Boston Police stepped up security on the Boston Common to prevent any violent outbursts from occurring during a politically charged rally.
Despite Baker’s last minute efforts for a sales tax holiday this weekend, the legislature did not approve a tax-free weekend for this year.
22News explains what the state is doing to make sure people know about this debilitating and deadly neuro-degenerative disease.
State and city officials are getting prepared for a “Free Speech Rally” in Boston on Saturday.
1 in 5 Americans suffers from a mental illness. Lawmakers push to make health care and behavioral health services more accessible at low cos…
States across the country have something to say about the protest last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia.
22News found out how the state is lending a helping hand to people in need by supporting local food banks.
Copies of the resolution are being sent to Charlottesville’s Mayor, Virginia’s Governor, and President Trump.
This comes at a time in our country where there are calls to remove confederate reminders.
Boston has granted permission for what organizers call a Free Speech Rally on Saturday.
Baker criticized comments made by President Donald Trump in the wake of the rally in which he appeared to equate the protesters
Health care spending makes up 40 percent of the state budget. Lawmakers plan to cut down costs by increasing fees on employers.
Taking your child to get their shots for back to school season just got easier.
State leaders are setting up the framework to regulate the legal marijuana industry.
22News spoke with state leaders who worked to build a stronger relationship between state and local government.
Several outdated laws are still on the books in Massachusetts. 22News dug deeper to find out why they’re still around.
22News explains how the state is planning to make housing more affordable here in western Massachusetts.
Labor and immigrant rights activists are calling on Governor Baker to take action to protect immigrant communities across the state.
The Massachusetts Medical Society has developed a training program for doctors so they can openly talk with their patients about it.
Monday night residents were able to ask Sheriff Donelan about the program and voice their concerns.