State Secretary William Galvin has filed a ballot question aimed at strengthening Massachusetts’ public records law.
The Massachusetts Opioid Drug Formulary Commission, established under a law approved in 2014, will recommend whether drug products will be p…
Jacqueline Moloney is the first female chancellor in the 121-year history of UMass Lowell and its preceding institutions, according to the u…
State leaders are exploring ways to keep the same people from going to prison. 22News explains how they’re looking to strengthen policies.
It’s going to be a quiet month on Beacon Hill. 22News explains what goes on in the building while lawmakers are gone.
Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration has unveiled what it calls a first-in-the-nation commuting network known as Park&Pedal.
Democratic Party officials recently took Baker to task for vetoing $162 million in “critical services” from the state budget.
Three Watertown police officers were granted the Congressional Medal of Bravery for their actions more than two years ago.
The state senate has approved a bill that would allow the state to collect the 6.25% sales tax on items purchased online.
Westfield Rep. John Velis has filed a bill to study areas known as “gun-free zones,” where law-abiding citizens are not allowed to carry gun…
22News explains why Massachusetts cities and towns are against the initial proposal.