The Republican governor is scheduled to submit his election-year spending plan, likely to top $41 billion.
Gov. Charlie Baker called for improvements in education, transportation and housing Tuesday in his last state of the state address.
Massachusetts does not require tuition refunds in the event of a school closure, according to a new report.
Around the state, more than 8,637 subsidized apartments have lost their affordability as owners converted to market rents.
The project is estimated to cost around $90 million. Springfield PD is hoping the state will come up with half the cost for a new facility.
22News found out how Senator Lesser plans to make sure our part of the state gets its fair share of both money and attention.
A bill has been filed that would authorize a pilot program of supervised injection sites where drug users can shoot up illegal substances.
Constructing a more than $40 billion state budget is about to begin in earnest on Beacon Hill.
The organizers for the Sunday rally are striving for greater inclusion this year, with Latina and transgender female speakers.
The lawmakers and Trump’s White House mounted last-ditch negotiations to stave off what had come to appear as the inevitable.
Massachusetts is on the short list to become home to Amazon’s second North American headquarters.
If passed the state would join more than 30 others that allow crossbow hunting for non-disabled individuals.
The $15 million would be included in an approximately $118 million increase in overall state aid to school districts.
Cities and towns use this kind of funding to pay for public safety, parks and public works, or to fill holes in a budget.
The 11-member delegation, led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, points out hurricanes and tropical storms can trigger emotional distress.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services released details Thursday about the next steps for the 60,000 Haitians with the special status.
The measure still faces iffy prospects in the Senate, where Democrats are poised to block it in hopes to slow down immigration decision.
Getting accepted to college can be quite exciting, but before you decide which school to attend, it’s important to think about the expense.
The bill would increase penalties for illegally hunting bears, deer and endangered species.
Salaries of DDS staff and possible abuse of people under the agency’s care are two concerns lawmakers mentioned at an oversight hearing.