Funding is a part of Massachusetts’ commitment to reducing emissions and fuel usage with energy incentives.
Secretary of State William Galvin’s office plans to deliver the official results of the Nov. 8 ballot question to the Governor’s Council for…
The Baker administration launched a pilot program on Thursday to help combat the deadly prescription drug crisis.
The new chair of the state Democratic Party says the governor should skip a trade mission in order to explain the cuts.
The veterans’ facility upgraded two roofs and added a building management system to control heating, in addition to installing LED lights.
Under the bill, farmers would be able to get a special license from their local licensing authority to sell their wine or malt beverages.
Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders held a conference call Wednesday to allay the concerns of service providers and activist…
After a slow economic recovery, Massachusetts is “moderately prepared” to weather a recession, a credit analyst said Wednesday.
22News explains why Massachusetts adults might have to wait longer than December 15 to legally get high.
Secretary of State’s office said they plan to see how other states roll out automatic voter registration before implementing it here.
22News explains what programs and services were impacted by the mid-year budget cuts.
Implementing the state’s new recreational marijuana law could prove to be both difficult and expensive.
State budget writers heard from economic experts on Monday to get a better idea of what tax revenues will look like in the New Year.
Governor Charlie Baker has also chosen the current board chair, Springfield native Victor Woolridge, to lead the UMass Building Authority.
The state’s top in-house pension fund manager received another salary increase Tuesday.
Attorney General Maura Healey’s office says that the town of Dudley cannot restrict the use of land or structures for religious purposes.
22News spoke with Governor Charlie Baker about whether the state is prepared for yet another winter.
Mass. budget managers have had to scramble this fiscal year to adjust as state tax collections have not lived up to initial projections.
Deborah Goldberg told 22News the population that plays the lottery is aging, so she wants to make the lottery more appealing for Millennials…
Goldberg questions the viability of borrowing funds from reserves against future marijuana licensing and tax revenues.