The Baker administration expects some 4,500 workers to take advantage of an early retirement plan designed to relieve a budget shortfall.
The project developers are citing delays following the termination of two power purchase contracts.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has his work cut out for him as he prepares to unveil his first state budget proposal.
Federal regulators have asked vessel operators to avoid an area southwest of Nantucket to protect 10 right whales recently sighted there.
While the eventual approach of Spring is something a lot of people are excited about, all the melting can bring a big problem with it.
It’s an industry that’s booming in Mass. 22News explains how state lawmakers plan to expand the technology sector in the Pioneer Valley.
Worker safety, wages, and employment were just some of the issues discussed during an annual breakfast between legislators and labor leaders…
Governor Baker will speak in front of more than 700 local business leaders during an event at the MassMutual Center Friday.
DeLeo rolled out the leadership and committee assignments at a closed-door caucus with Democratic members who voted to ratify the appointmen…
The four members who resigned, all Patrick appointees, are MIT professor Jonathan Gruber, independent actuarial consultant John Bertko, Spri…
Stephanie Pollack said Thursday she no longer relies on trains to get to important morning meetings, opting to drive into Boston instead bec…
Gov. Charlie Baker has signed an executive order designed to help job seekers get the skills they need in the career fields that are hiring.
There is still a question about whether the storms that followed the first blizzard will be counted in the equation that determines disaster…
Gov. Charlie Baker assembled a team of transportation experts to spend the next five weeks reviewing the operations and finances of the T.
Jim Gordon, president of Cape Wind, said benefits of offshore wind to customers would become apparent over time.
The state froze tuition and fees for University of Massachusetts students last year, but that is looking less likely this time around.
Gov. Baker plans to draw major savings out of the state’s $13.7 billion MassHealth insurance program.