Wearing graduation robes and mortarboard, nearly 30 protesters packed into the office of a key legislator on Thursday.
Students from the state’s four medical schools are calling for more training to deal with highly addictive painkillers.
Mass. Muslims want to bridge the gap between their community and state government. 22News explains their goals for the upcoming year.
Restaurants, bars and nightclubs can’t serve alcohol past 2AM. 22News highlights a bill that would extend those hours in certain communities…
Military men and women from across the Commonwealth gathered at the State House’s Memorial Hall Wednesday for a Veterans Day ceremony.
A special type of court that focuses on underlying issues of drug abuse is expected to save anywhere from $3,000 to $13,000 per case.
The 4-2 vote of the Labor and Workforce Development Committee came as fast food workers rallied in favor of higher wages.
Although they have earned master’s degrees and passed national exams, third-party payers like Medicare will not allow clinical fellows to be…
The group also requested that the governor push the Legislature to approve a local aid resolution by March 1 in order to allow cities and to…
About 54 million Americans live with disabilities. 22News found out how Massachusetts is protecting the disabled from abuse and neglect.
Berkshire County residents are against a proposal to lay a natural gas pipeline through state protected land.