Gov. Charlie Baker on Sunday night called for a 11 a.m. start time for some state employees.
Firefighters put their lives on the line every day, and now we’re finding out they risk their health as well.
The governor made $98 million in spending cuts back in December; a move criticized by legislative leaders.
22News shows how residents there are holding up after what many are calling, “The Boston Blizzard.”
Governor Charlie Baker reminded Massachusetts residents to stay off the roads if they can, to help the clean-up crews.
Many Boston residents didn’t let the snow keep them indoors. 22News spoke with people who made the best out of this “Snow Day”.
Tourism is the third largest industry in Massachusetts but explains why it can be difficult getting visitors out to Western Massachusetts.
With a “major” winter storm moving into Massachusetts, Governor Baker urged residents to consider working from home on Thursday.
22News explains how Massachusetts lawmakers are considering a bill to ban Native American-themed mascots.
DeLeo said that the state has focused for too long on expanding access to Pre-K, but hasn’t focused enough on the quality.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has earned a rare rebuke by the Senate for, believe it or not, quoting Coretta Scott King on the Senate floor.
The leaders of two branches this week dismissed concerns that their ability to reward expertise, longevity and, in many cases, loyalty could…
The governor said Monday that based on his conversations with “a number of folks in D.C.” there does not appear to be consensus around what …
A jurist who has expressed her love for the Appeals Court could soon have a chance to preside at the state’s highest appellate level.
The increased prevalence of fentanyl has prompted a state agency to consider the scope of a $3 million addiction treatment program.
State House Speaker Robert DeLeo says he has heard concerns from several lawmakers about the president’s policies.
The Massachusetts Democrat announced she had hired Sasha Baker to serve as her national security adviser in her Washington office.
Every single Republican in the Legislature voted against an $18 million pay increase package, but it passed anyway.
It is probably one of the only things that both Democrats and Republicans can agree on at the State House.
Carol Rose said Saturday the group applauds the reinstatement of visas for people from seven majority-Muslim nations.