The minimum wage will be going up to $11 per hour on January 1, but some workers want to see it rise to $15 per hour.
More than 3.4 million votes were cast overall, eclipsing the previous record of 3.18 million votes in 2012.
A team of federal inspectors will spend weeks conducting a top-to-bottom review of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station.
Massachusetts Democrats didn’t wait for the dust to settle from a tumultuous national election before pivoting toward 2018.
The report says that vocational education costs an additional $5,000 per pupil on average, but good programs can boost career earning power.
Veterans are sending a strong message to Hampshire College’s president demanding that he let the flag fly.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission approved funding for a temporary parking program to help businesses impacted by construction.
They’re pushing for $233,000,000 to pay for community-based day services and work programs for people with developmental disabilities.
Massachusetts will be raising the hourly minimum wage to $11 starting on January 1.
State leaders joined religious and community leaders to take a stand against hateful incidents in recent weeks.
The 2016 presidential election is not the first time that the winner of the popular vote came up short in the Electoral College.
The ballot question approved by voters would have marijuana taxed at a rate of 12%, which is much lower than other states.
A state representative plans to again bring forward a bill that would allow doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs.
Governor Charlie Baker took part in tradition Friday by commissioning newly appointed officers to the Massachusetts Army National Guard.
The 71 year-old Boston Democrat has been serving an eight-year sentence for corruption, and had undergone cancer treatment in prison.
The state unemployment rate fell for the fourth consecutive month in October. 22News explains what this means for the Massachusetts economy.
“Phase 2” of the tollbooth project, now underway at all 23 toll locations statewide, includes road reconstruction and drainage work.
Governor Baker says there is “too much prejudging going on here.”
A series of new animal protection measures take effect Thursday, when dog owners will be subject to new restrictions.
“There is broad angst in the Democratic caucus,” Rep. Richard Neal, the dean of the delegation from Springfield, told reporters Tuesday, acc…