Morale is still low at the Department of Children and Families. Some of your state senators told 22News how they plan to help.
Joint legislative committees have scheduled eight hearings for Tuesday.
The Governor’s opioid abuse task force will present its recommendations to Gov. Charlie Baker early next month.
Opioid abuse isn’t just a problem that affects inner-city residents. People living in the suburbs are also becoming hooked on, and dying fro…
If you think your electric bills are expensive now, get ready. 22News explains why you need to be concerned.
Consumers buying a cell phone in Mass. at a discounted price pay the full 6.25 percent sales tax on the market value of the phone.
Baker said he’s looking to maintain the size of the current small group market until a formal waiver can be filed.
Rep. Aaron Vega (D-Holyoke) told the committee that he carries an EpiPen, and he said it should be available in schools. “It’s a real simple…
22News highlights a bill that would make it illegal for minors to use tanning beds.
Despite an increase of Mass. residents with health insurance, people are still having trouble accessing mental health services.
New president Marty Meehan told reporters that he plans to expand online education at the University of Massachusetts.