Education commissioner will ask the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to approve the Libertas Academy Charter School in Springfiel…
Senator Richard Moore says that his plan would actually work to encourage recycling.
The states vary widely in their approach and sources of fuel, but the bipartisan groups goal is to cooperate on planning and policies.
As the medical marijuana industry in Mass. continues to grow, the state’s 5th registered dispensary plans to open for sales this week.
Governor Charlie Baker has the power to shape the future of the state’s highest court.
Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore says he is dropping out of the race for the White House.
Governor Charlie Baker urged lawmakers to pass his bill quickly since many state accounts will need cash infusions by the end of March.
One state senator has filed a bill that would allow city and state officials to monitor the air quality along the pipeline path.
Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday plans to join others who favor more charters to launch a “fact check” campaign.
California, Rhode Island, Washington, and New Jersey have all passed their own laws. In each state, the leave program is funded through empl…
The coalition, comprised of child welfare service providers, independent child advocates and people who have been involved with DCF, works t…
Many times, people become addicted to heroin after getting hooked on legally prescribed painkillers.
Animal welfare activists are pushing for a new law that would give farm animals more space to move around.
An amendment tacked on to a Senate anti-poaching bill Thursday would allow hunters to carry an unloaded gun on a recreational vehicle.
Health Connector Executive Director Louis Gutierrez says his first full period of open enrollment is “in the rearview mirror now.”
Under Title I of the act, states will also now be tasked with determining their own long-range goal for education improvement, part of a pla…
Opponents of marijuana legalization laid out their case against a ballot question to end the prohibition on marijuana Wednesday.
Lawmakers want to get young people involved in state politics. 22News explains how they plan to encourage millennials to make a difference.
Gov. Baker, who suddenly needs to produce three high court nominees, named a 12-member Supreme Judicial Court Nominating Commission.
City and town officials are questioning the Governor’s commitment to public school education.