U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is hosting a public town hall event in Framingham to update residents on ongoing actions in Congress.
Healey made the comments on how the state should use $75 million in mitigation funds as part of a multi-billion settlement.
According to MassCann’s Board of Directors, social consumption will boost the economy with jobs.
Lawmakers are considering a bill to require insurers to send statements of medical services directly to patients, rather than subscribers.
Massachusetts lawmakers are taking steps to get a rail service from the Berkshires to Boston.
The Baker administration has concerns with the commission’s draft regulations, including social consumption licenses and pot home delivery.
The Massachusetts Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence is calling on lawmakers to take action after the deadly school shooting in Florida.
Transportation advocates are looking to self-driving cars to help solve transportation issues in Massachusetts.
The credit protection bill comes at a time when many major corporations have been victims of data breaches, jeopardizing millions of people’…
Daily fantasy sports is currently legal in Massachusetts, but it’s set to expire on July 31 if the legislature doesn’t take action.
22News explains how they think the state can help young children prepare for school.
A government lawyer argued Wednesday before U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein in New York that the case should be dismissed.
Roadways in Massachusetts continue to deteriorate due to a particularly hard pothole season.
22News is in Boston where the group released a report analyzing Massachusetts education system.
Kulik announced Monday he will be stepping down at the end of the term that after 25 years in the House of Representatives.
22News explains how food insecurity can impact health care in Massachusetts.
More than 60 percent of low-income families pay more than half their income to housing, according to a Center for Social Policy report.
Supporters of a ballot question to boost revenue for transportation and education dismiss the idea that wealthy residents might flee the sta…
Secretary of public safety warns that licensing social consumption establishments would likely lead to people driving under the influence.
The governor, who opposed legalization of pot, told reporters Monday that “people should crawl before they walk and walk before they run.”