Massachusetts Treasurer Deb Goldberg has instructed her debt management deputies to immediately remove Wells Fargo from their approved list …
The gathering of top state officials preceded a public meeting scheduled for later this week when Council of State Governments officials wil…
22News explains what Massachusetts is doing to help survivors of domestic violence move forward with a secure and stable life.
A state audit found that an agency did not ensure all new police officers hired from out of state had gone through a required program.
Mass. law requires that drivers come to a complete stop if someone using a white cane or a guide dog attempts to cross the street.
The grants will be awarded to parks in Northampton, Springfield, and West Springfield.
The grant funding is to help 39 community-based organizations and local and college campus police departments.
House Speaker Robert DeLeo is pushing for a special panel to review ethical guidelines for public officials in Massachusetts.
Giffords is a survivor of gun violence. She stopped in Boston to promote gun control as voters prepare to go to the polls next month.
Governor Charlie Baker’s administration is preparing for mid-year budget cuts and it’s been a disappointing year for tax collections.
Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords joined state leaders for the Massachusetts stop on the 2016 Vocal Majority Tour.
Governor Charlie Baker returned to the State House Thursday after a trip to Ireland and offered his support.
22News explains why you may be paying more for health coverage during this year’s open enrollment.
The transgender community said they’re prepared to fight to prevent the state’s new transgender protections law from being repealed.
American Nurses Association Massachusetts is voicing concerns about possible health risks and increased impaired driving incidents.
Consumers looking to comparison-shop on prescription drugs face a challenge in finding the best prices.
Those pushing the repeal say they’re defending the fundamental rights to privacy and safety, particularly for women and children.
The ballot question committee filed 34,231 certified signatures with the Secretary of State, more than what’s needed to ensure ballot.
Evidence in sexual assault cases that have not yet been reported as crimes would be required to be preserved for at least 15 years.
The plaintiffs say that the state could force churches to open their facilities to transgender individuals in violation of their beliefs.