63 Massachusetts workers died on the job in 2015. Dozens gathered on the State House steps Thursday to honor those who died.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission thwarted the city’s hope for economic revitalization through a casino at the Brockton Fairgrounds.
While not taking a stance on the proposal itself, Senate President Stanley Rosenberg says there hasn’t been enough public input.
The Massachusetts House gave unanimous approval to a nearly $40 billion state budget that does not include any new taxes.
The Real ID Act, a federal post-2001 anti-terrorism initiative, requires states to begin issuing secure and compliant forms of identificatio…
The bill would require drivers to use hands-free devices to make a phone call except if drivers can prove they’re making an emergency call.
$112-million in grants to be used for reemployment services and eligibility assessments for people receiving unemployment assistance in all …
The goal is to begin a conversation about attracting more businesses to western Massachusetts, and ultimately create more jobs.
The offshore wind project planned for Nantucket Sound has not given up despite some serious setbacks,
State lawmakers often talk about the difficult decisions they are forced to make when choosing how much money to allocate to programs.
It’s a controversial topic across the U.S. 22News spoke with state lawmakers on Tuesday that could take up the transgender issue in May.
Critics argue that the device would be too expensive; costing offenders more than $1,500 each year.
It is unlikely that Senate President Stanley Rosenberg will get his chance in the coming months to alter the state’s tax code.
Massachusetts Lawmakers will vote on Thursday a bill to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21.
The gas tax and film tax credit amendments, both filed by Rep. Angelo Scaccia, were rejected on voice votes.
$39.5 billion is on the line. 22News spoke with western Massachusetts lawmakers that spent most of Monday debating the state budget.
Should Mass. residents who earn more than $1-million a year pay extra taxes? 22News explains how that money would be spent.
Have ideas or questions about the future of energy in Western Massachusetts? We want to hear from you.
It may soon be against the law for high school seniors to purchase tobacco products.
Top state leaders held a ceremony on Friday, to spread a message of hope and unity to the Armenian people of Massachusetts.