The facility — located on Route 1 roughly 35 miles south of Boston and 18 miles away from Providence, Rhode Island — is expected to have o…
Tax policies are up for debate as the State Senate takes up the fiscal 2016 budget. 22News explains how it could impact you.
The State Department of Public Health is awarding nearly $3 million in grants to expand substance abuse prevention programs.
The Senate voted Tuesday afternoon to expand the earned income tax credit for low-income families.
State lawmakers have agreed to get rid of a controversial surcharge from the new law requiring headlights stay on when wipers are on.
Cities receiving $100,000 grants to expand substance abuse prevention services and programs include Brockton, Fitchburg, Gardner, Gloucester…
State lawmakers look to fix the troubled MBTA system.
State Senators filed more than nine-hundred amendments, changes they hope to make to the state budget.
The CEO of the group hoping to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston says that they will release a “version 2.0″ of their plan next month.
22News was there when State Police recognized forty-five people who risked their lives to save others.
Governor Charlie Baker hopes to prevent health insurance costs from going up.