Governor Charlie Baker is seeking to reduce the budget gap by about $1.5 billion without tapping into the reserves or raising taxes.
22News was there when activists and state lawmakers highlighted the need for support services.
Federal court officials in Springfield held a panel discussion to share ideas on managing the recent surge in opiate abuse across our state.
One state lawmaker wants to change the way local aid is distributed to cities and towns. 22News explains how this formula would work.
State lawmakers met with local politicians and business leaders of WMass. 22News outlines the different topics that were discussed.
Two lawmakers are trying to repeal a $500 reinstatement fee and purge driving records of past suspensions.
McDonald’s has announced that it is raising wages for workers in its corporate-owned restaurants, but some workers say that’s not enough.
The U.S. Olympic Committee may drop Boston’s 2024 Olympic bid if local support does not improve soon, according to a report.
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute’s updated projections see the state’s total population rising to 7,319,469 by 2035.
About 150 people rallied outside the State House, chanting “restore full funding” and touting the benefits of “recovery learning community” …
This year, the state anticipates 4,200 youth will receive jobs through the program, and that number will likely drop to 3,800 to 3,900 next …