Two top officials from the Department of Conservation and Recreation will be suspended without pay next week for using state resources to th…
All Democratic and Republican candidates in one western Massachusetts legislative race have signed the pledge.
A panel of twenty Massachusetts voters spent four days studying the impacts of marijuana legalization.
The purpose of the Citizens’ Initiative Review is to give voters as much information as possible so that they can make an informed decision …
Maine’s governor says that the Massachusetts cities of Lowell and Lawrence are a source of drug dealers causing the opioid crisis.
The two weeks of All or Nothing contributed to a total $500 million in monthly sales, an increase of $16.9 million over last July.
New England governors welcomed eastern Canadian leaders to Boston to explore ways to meet the region’s clean energy needs.
Massachusetts is “very much” interested in using a regional cap-and-trade partnership to more aggressively lower carbon emissions.
Senator said more people are dying from the synthetic opioid Fentanyl, and wants Congress to play a bigger role in fighting the epidemic.
The framework is finished for a rail car manufacturing plant in Springfield. 22News spoke with Governor Baker at Thursday’s ceremony.
The Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, a conservative non-profit, has established itself as a foil to Democratic lawmakers on Beacon Hill.
The Department of Environmental Protection has some programs in the works to prepare for spills on inland rivers and provide property owners…
One western Massachusetts lawmaker says that he plans to ask why no toll gantries are being installed in the Springfield and Worcester areas…
Superior Court judges Kimberly Budd and David Lowy were sworn in by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker during a private ceremony.
Gov. Charlie Baker will spend his day Thursday in western Massachusetts, where he will visit a Berkshire distillery.
22News explains why supporters believe recreational pot help medical marijuana patients who don’t want to get the card.
Animal activists are praising a new Massachusetts law aimed at preventing animals from suffering or even dying when left in hot cars.
Every city and town will be required to offer early voting in at least one location during business hours from Oct. 24 to Nov. 4.
After testing, public health officials announced last Tuesday the woman had been infected with the mosquito-borne virus.
The state launched a new prescription monitoring program. 22News explains how the system could prevent overdose deaths.