22News spoke with Governor Baker on Wednesday about some of the topics he’ll talk about in the State of the Commonwealth address.
Opioid-related deaths remain high in Massachusetts as the state works to find ways to reduce overdose fatalities.
February primaries and March 1 general elections are scheduled in the districts covering Fitchburg, Brockton and Peabody, to fill the seats …
Bump acknowledged there is demand for charter schools in Massachusetts, but wondered how legitimate decisions could be made about how and wh…
The report found that higher prices “are not generally associated” with better care, and that prices vary across the different types of hosp…
Attorney General Maura Healey said the overprescribing of opioids is contributing to the spike in overdoses and deaths in Massachusetts.
22News was at the State House where Veterans’ Service Officers reflected on their accomplishments as well as the problems that still exist.
The group “Raise Up Massachusetts” wants to increase the state income tax rate for someone earning more than one-million dollars a year.
37,000 Massachusetts children are on a waitlist to get into a charter school. Governor Charlie Baker joined the call for expansion.
Three proposed graduate degree programs at public universities were approved Tuesday by a Board of Higher Education committee.
Pet lovers and pet sellers are expected to gather this week for a public hearing on a number of animal welfare bills.
Politicians and civil rights leaders gathered at the Boston Convention Center to pay tribute to the man famous for his “I Have a Dream” spee…
Eight state senators traveled to Colorado last week to see the state’s recreational marijuana industry.
Income inequality, criminal justice reform, and gun violence, were just some of the topics brought up at the Boston Convention Center Monday…
When Gov. Baker steps to the rostrum of the Massachusetts House chamber on Thursday, he’ll be speaking to a number of audiences.
Tax revenues for the current fiscal year are already trending $114 million above benchmarks.
Under the bill, violators would face a $100 fine on first offense, $250 for a second offense and $500 for third and subsequent offenses. Thi…
State lawmakers are trying to figure out whether daily fantasy sports should be legal here in Massachusetts.
The bill seeks to prevent people from becoming dependent on painkillers by limiting first time opioid prescriptions to a 7 day supply.
Solar advocates cautioned that the bills had the potential to “wipe out” small-scale projects in Massachusetts.