Shut down since Sept. 6 due to a valve problem, Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station remained offline Wednesday after a “mechanical issue.”
Following a public comment period in June, the Baker administration made changes to its so-called MassHealth waiver extension request.
Massachusetts teenagers gathered in Boston today for an honest and open talk about substance abuse.
Less than 400,000 voters of the state’s over 4-million registered voters went to the polls in last week’s state primary.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he still has some questions about the endeavor – and its legality is questionable.
Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito is rallying against Ballot Question 4, which would legalize, regulate and tax the sale of recreational pot.
Secretary of Public Safety and Security Dan Bennett told lawmakers on Tuesday that under the plan, the ratio of clinical staff to patients w…
The cost of health care is on the rise. 22News highlights a special panel that’s looking at why prices can vary drastically between hospital…
The State isn’t collecting as much tax money as it needs. 22News explains why some lawmakers are worried about potential budget cuts.
A local lawmaker is pleased with the new toll, because she says it will deter people from driving through neighborhoods to avoid the Weston …
The WBUR poll also found strong support for a question requiring more space for egg-laying hens, veal calves, and pigs.
Question 1 on the state’s ballot would expand slot machine gambling in Massachusetts.
Question 2 on the state’s ballot would allow the board of education to approve up to 12 new charters a year.
Three activists were arrested for trespassing Friday night at the State House after they refused to leave one of Gov. Charlie Baker’s office…
Former state Rep. Paul Gannon will run against incumbent Republican Sen. Patrick O’Connor after being chosen to be his party’s new nominee.
Governor Charlie Baker dismissed calls for his handpicked chairman to resign.
The MBTA is preparing to more than double its spending on capital projects over the next five years, aiming to spend $6.5 billion.
Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday said his administration will know better next month if mid-year budget cuts are necessary.
A series of debates focusing on the pros and cons of the four ballot questions facing Massachusetts voters in November kicks off this week.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is planning to rally with janitors from across the Greater Boston area to push for fair pay and good benefits.