In storms like this, the snow can turn into ice; a much bigger problem that crews could have to deal with it.
As a major storm moved into Massachusetts, people in New England’s largest city were largely staying home from work, and staying inside.
The governor is urging everyone to stay off the roads Tuesday during the snowstorm.
Gov. Baker says he wants to continue to maintain a health care system that has delivered insurance to about 97% of Massachusetts residents.
Preparations are underway to make sure the roads are treated for the messy morning commute.
The group behind the marijuana ballot question is worried that state lawmakers have too much control in writing pot regulations.
The formal session had been scheduled for Wednesday to consider a $259 million spending bill that Gov. Charlie Baker.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Irish Ambassador to the U.S. Anne Anderson met with Governor Charlie Baker on Monday.
Several bills with bipartisan support that sanction the retail sale and cultivation of pot are progressing through the General Assembly.
Healey said she’s working as a first line of defense against President Donald Trump.
Leaders of the campaign say they plan to talk about upcoming hearings of the Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy.
The research could come into play as Beacon Hill considers how to regulate and tax the short-term rental industry.
The state is stepping up efforts to educate people of all ages on how to protect their personal information.
22News explains why one state official believes it’ll be difficult to count the number of immigrants living in the Commonwealth.
22News found out some of our rural communities don’t have the same access.
The lawsuit questions how the Gaming Commission awarded Wynn’s gambling license.
A questionnaire on the treasurer’s website is available for members of the industry and the general public to comment.
The annual legislative breakfast gives local fire chiefs the opportunity to address upcoming priorities and concerns within their department…
Ways and Means Chair Brian Dempsey’s comments indicate that House Democrats want to steer clear of income or sales tax increases.
Massachusetts has joined Washington, Hawaii, Oregon and New York in the lawsuit.