Pro baseball could be coming back to Springfield. Boston Red Sox AAA affiliate Pawtucket Red Sox is considering relocation.
Blood donations are on the decline this summer. 22News explains what lawmakers are doing to increase donations.
22News explains why this issue could end up on the 2018 ballot.
If someone claims six or more Lottery prizes of $1,000 or more in a year, their ability to collect further prizes could be suspended.
From ending tolls on Massachusetts highways to raising the minimum wage, 26 proposed laws could end up on the ballot next year.
The Republican said he’s facing a tough challenge but the best thing to do when facing adversity is to stay busy.
Chances for a sales tax holiday this month are looking slim. But retailers plan to put a permanent tax-free weekend on the 2018 ballot.
The state legislature has set a goal of containing health care costs this year.
The bill would require companies provide workers with paid time off to care for a sick family member or a new child.
The chances for a tax-free weekend this year looked dead, but Governor Charlie Baker has brought those hopes back to life.
The fees and fines to help pay for MassHealth do not, however, come with reforms to the insurance system that Baker had supported.
The Retailers Association of Massachusetts says that they want to reduce the sales tax from the current 6.25% to either 5% or 4.5%.
Members of the retail industry are planning to file petitions to put a question on the 2018 ballot that would lower the sales tax.
You could get to decide whether Massachusetts should increase the minimum wage and require paid family leave on 2018 ballot.
Governor Charlie Baker filed legislation that would allow local law enforcement to honor federal detainers for violent criminal immigrants.
22News explains how this could impact your electricity bill.
The bill would allow local police to hold violent criminals for ICE, if a detainer request was issued.
Retailers are considering whether to ask voters to reduce the tax to 5% or even lower to 4.5%
The bill would allow state and local police to hold immigrants on behalf of ICE if those immigrants had committed violent crimes.
The legislation is designed to benefit low-income seniors, military personnel, and people with disabilities.