MassPIRG gave Massachusetts an “F” five years ago. “It is night and day,” said Deirdre Cummings, legislative director for the group.
It’s “Kick Butts Day” at the State House where hundreds of teens met with state lawmakers to talk about the harmful effects of smoking.
Potholes can make for a damaging and potentially dangerous commute. 22News reveals a state-level plan to keep you safer behind the wheel.
Metropolitan Area Planning Council Executive Director Marc Draisen said cities and towns should use local aid.
During the board meeting on Tuesday, Beaton put the brakes on the board signing off on two studies, costing $175,000 each. Beaton said he wa…
Health care costs are on the rise. 22News talked to state lawmakers about better ways to spend your tax dollars.
The sale and marketing of electronic cigarettes to minors would be banned under new regulations Attorney General Maura Healey plans.
The Lieutenant Governor did not offer any specifics about the upcoming plan.
Hampden Co. Sheriff Michael Ashe’s campaign committee invested campaign funds in a mutual fund & lost $4,000
Risk adjustment requirements aim to remove any advantages a health plan might gain by insuring a relatively healthy population and thereby d…
“Tuition retention is the mechanism that will allow the University of Massachusetts to rationalize tuition and fees in a way that is more tr…