Advocates are worried the Baker administration’s interpretation of the law could leave out the lowest-paid workers in nursing homes.
Most of Massachusetts state lawmakers are running unopposed on the November ballot. 22News explains why there’s so little competition for se…
ALS, often known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a debilitating disease for which there is no cure.
Supporters believe the measure will provide humane protections for animals raised for eggs and slaughter, while many opponents say that thes…
22News is in Washington, where members of the Springfield Regional Chamber are meeting with members of Congress.
MGM Springfield executives met with state gaming regulators with a construction update. 22News explains the progress that’s being made on th…
The governor said that the state should always have concern about refugee resettlement, but he has faith in the federal vetting process.
This was their 30th annual tribute, which serves as a reminder of the dangers police face every day.
A presidential memorandum lays out the federal government’s first comprehensive framework to address the impacts of climate change on nation…
The Manhattan Institute on Wednesday released a report that concluded that there is “little evidence in Massachusetts that charter schools h…
An estimated 88,000 adults in Massachusetts are problem gamblers, and another 390,000 are deemed “at-risk” gamblers.
“I would think state law ought to be clarified before vehicles are actually placed on the roads,” Rep. William Straus said.
A Springfield attorney and Longmeadow resident has been nominated by Governor Charlie Baker as a Superior Court Judge
If you’re a registered voter in Massachusetts, you can expect to find a red booklet in your mailbox this week.
Disabled residents are worried that the new overtime restrictions will impact their ability to find reliable, day-to-day care.
State lawmakers plan to take a closer look at the social and economic impacts of gambling.
With a 70% approval rating, Baker is ranked third in the national survey, while the governor of neighboring Connecticut is near the bottom.
The lieutenant governor says it is important to support local farms, many of which have been in the same family for generations.
A group of elected officials spoke up in favor of privatization at a T board meeting Monday.
Massachusetts could not be accused of being “Taxachusetts,” at least when it comes to taxing marijuana.