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.
The state’s top environmental official on Friday expanded the scope of the state’s 71-day-old drought declaration.
The Hampden and Hampshire County Sheriff races were were arguably the most high profile races in western Massachusetts.
Incumbents largely had their day at the polls on Thursday when the vast majority of those seeking reelection faced zero primary opposition.
The high-profile campaign for Governor’s Council is over, after numerous television ads and debates.
Longtime City Councilor Bud Williams has come out on top in a 4-candidate field, that included the son of the man who currently holds the se…
A 22 year-old community activist has come out on top in the most crowded primary contest in western Massachusetts this year.
Hinds will now face Lanesborough Republican Christine Canning during the general election in November.
Incumbent Tricia Farley-Bouvier was challenged by Michael Bloomberg for her party’s nomination in the Pittsfield-based district.
The Agawam Democrat will now face-off against Southwick Republican Nick Boldyga, the man who unseated her in 2010.
Just days into the new school year, students had to share their buildings with voters on Thursday, and schools didn’t take any chances.
22News is monitoring the election returns in seven contested races across western Massachusetts.
Polls open around the state at 7 a.m. Thursday and close at 8 p.m.
The state recovered more than $136 million in unpaid taxes from more than 9,000 people through the DoR’s two-month tax amnesty program this …