The State House is considering a bill to require anyone convicted of drunk driving to have an ignition interlock device on their car.
The Ludlow School Committee opposes Governor Charlie Baker’s push to expand charter schools.
Joyce appeared publicly at the State House on Thursday for the first time since the FBI and IRS raided his private law practice last week.
22News explains why it’s becoming increasingly harder for one Springfield homeless shelter to help those with nowhere to turn.
22News was at the State House when Governor Charlie Baker announced $9-million in grants for vocational technical schools.
Gov. Baker prodded state lawmakers to agree on a final version of a bill designed to address the state’s deadly opioid addiction crisis.
Members of a gas union protested at the State House claiming that National Grid’s practice of hiring outside contractors puts the public at …
A bill (H 4022) filed by Rep. John Scibak of South Hadley to allow home improvement contractors to pay for their Office of Consumer Affairs …
Pressed over whether after 18 months of working with legislative Democrats he truly believes that there’s a corrupt culture that pervades th…
DeLeo said he couldn’t vouch that a bill would be completed over the next few weeks.
22News explains why city and town officials are asking the state for even more money.
Currently, the state and federal government collect money through gas taxes, but your local community may soon do so as well.
You don’t have to bring your old, unused medications to a drug drop-off center.
State senators and representatives for Agawam and West Springfield gathered at the Storrowton Carriage House Wednesday.
Despite the mailers, Baker has worked to carefully cultivate solid working relationships with many of the leading Democrats in the Legislatu…
Gov. Baker believes the House and Senate negotiators will strike a deal “fairly shortly” on the opioid abuse prevention legislation.
Gov. Charlie Baker gave only the vaguest of clues as to how he’s leaning ahead of next Tuesday’s primary.
Timilty said he had no knowledge of Joyce’s plans before he pulled nomination papers to potentially challenge Joyce on Tuesday.
A week after the FBI and IRS raided his Canton law office, Sen. Brian Joyce of Milton announced Tuesday that he would not seek re-election.
22News explains why the Parent-Child Home Program is asking for more state funding.