A push to exempt the MBTA from the state’s anti-privatization law is meeting with skepticism from top Senate lawmakers.
While much of his first 100 days in office were dominated by extreme winter weather, Governor Baker is now more settled-in.
State transportation officials are paring back late-night MBTA service, saying the current pilot program is unsustainable.
Hundreds of immigrants went to the State House to fight for equal rights. 22News talked to people on both sides of the issue.
Help is on the way for cities and towns recovering from last winter’s snowstorms.
State budget writers spent the day listening to people who had a lot to say about the Governor’s $38 billion spending plan.
Many people suffering from mental illness end up in jail. 22News talked to mental health advocates about a possible alternative.
Potholes can cause serious damage to your vehicle. 22News explains how much money western Massachusetts will receive for road repairs.
The state Supreme Judicial Court issued the ruling Friday.
A local State Representative’s bill is drawing a lot of attention and support from the military community.
Governor Charlie Baker on Thursday signed a bill authorizing $200 million in Chapter-90 transportation funds for cities and towns.