Lawmakers are gearing up for a public on a bill that would allow terminally ill patients to request life-ending medication.
The dance company features both classically-trained dancers and dancers with disabilities.
After considering the move to daylight saving time year round, a special commission studying the issue is not recommending the switch.
The first hurdle for retailers and tax relief proponents will be whether they can gather 64,750 certified signatures from voters around the …
The sales tax in Massachusetts was 5% for many years, before it was increased to 6.25% in 2009 during the height of the recession.
The draft recommends Massachusetts never consider changing time zones unless most or all of its neighbors are doing the same.
The Supreme Judicial Court’s ruling Wednesday narrows the definition of the state’s felony murder law.
The coalition of 39 attorneys general will investigate whether drug manufacturers use deceptive marketing.
Dozens gathered at the Ludlow Boys and Girls club to speak with the senator about issues in their community.
Workers say the raise would go a long way for people struggling to make ends meet, but it might come with unintended consequences.
A record-breaking campaign finance settlement is casting shadows of doubt over Beacon Hill.
Environmentalists are pushing state lawmakers to carry out ambitious goals when it comes to generating clean energy.
More than 100 municipalities already have imposed bans, moratoriums or zoning restrictions on commercial marijuana businesses.
Pat Payaso will be on the November ballot along with seven other candidates for an at-large city council seat.
A coalition of business groups plans to challenge the validity of the so-called millionaire’s tax before it gets to voters on the 2018 ballo…
Advocates said, under the current minimum wage of $11 dollars per hour, many Massachusetts workers can’t afford basic needs.
A bill to would create a working group to study high-speed passenger rail connecting the cities.
The proposed constitutional amendment would impose a 4 percent surtax on any portion of personal income exceeding $1 million a year.
The state’s committee on Environment, Natural Resources, and Agriculture is currently reviewing public testimony on the bill.
There are concerns about the future of retail in Massachusetts.