Did you know: “Water sold within its state of origin is not required to be tested.”
Voters who expect to be absent from their city or town on Election Day may cast an absentee ballot.
High school students say big tobacco is targeting youth like them and raising the age will help keep it out of the hands of kids.
Jackson faulted Walsh for not keeping housing costs under control while Walsh said he’s worked to build more affordable housing.
One Longmeadow resident said the rail service would help his children get the health care they need in Boston.
22News was at the State House as lawmakers discussed the report from the State Auditor’s office.
22News spoke to members of League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, who were meeting with lawmakers on Beacon Hill.
Lawmakers want to contain health care costs in Massachusetts this session. 22News has the latest update on their progress.
22News explains what lawmakers are doing to make sure treatment’s available for all Alzheimer’s patients in Massachusetts.
Today the state remembered workers who’ve died on the job.
The Special Senate Committee on Health Care Cost Containment and Reform will take testimony on the measure at the Statehouse on Monday.
Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph Gants is scheduled to deliver his annual State of the Judiciary address Thursday.
Lawmakers are trying to come to an agreement on two pieces of legislation that would ban bump stocks in Massachusetts.
Lawmakers seemed poised to quickly approve a ban following the Las Vegas mass shooting but procedures appear to have temporarily stalled.
Following one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history, lawmakers are moving quickly to ban bump stocks.
State lawmakers from across the country gathered in Colorado this week to address the broadband connectivity gap.
Western Massachusetts lawmakers are pushing for a rail linking western Massachusetts to the eastern part of the state.
A new study revealed that six out of ten Massachusetts senior citizens living alone don’t have the income to meet their basic needs.
In the proposal, Holyoke, Lee and Pittsfield are mentioned as a potential campus sites.
The 51-49 vote sets the stage for debate later this year to dramatically overhaul the U.S. tax code for the first time in three decades.