The senator from the city’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood used Monday’s high-profile event to fault fellow Democrats.
The breakfast, now in its 47th year, both paid tribute to Dr. King’s legacy, and also focused on the work that still needs to be done.
Events were held throughout Massachusetts, on Monday, to honor the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
A sigh of relief for thousands of Massachusetts students who attended the now-defunct American Career Institute.
Major Boston landlords would no longer be allowed to kick out tenants to renovate housing units and would need to notify the city about pend…
A measure passed allowing repeal of the ACA, but not before the dean of the Mass. delegation went toe-to-toe with Speaker Paul Ryan.
Many more Massachusetts residents are turning to the state’s Health Connector website to shop for health insurance.
Massachusetts State Lawmakers are writing the state budget for the fiscal year that begins in July.
Massachusetts Senate President Rosenberg toured a Turners Falls factory. 22News asked Rosenberg what was the purpose of his visit.
The estimate will serve as the basis for Gov. Charlie Baker’s budget, which is due on Jan. 25, and budget-building exercises this spring and…
Senate President Stan Rosenberg said Thursday he is eyeing a new Senate task force to focus on cybersecurity issues.
The proposal would tax short-term rentals offered through online portals at the same rate as rooms rented by traditional hotels and motels.
It is putting pressure on the state’s $39.25 billion budget at a time when the country is bracing for changes in federal health care policy.
Six individuals were convicted last year on criminal charges brought by the Medicaid Fraud Division.
Sen. Warren, A.G. Maura Healey, and Boston Mayor Martin Walsh are the featured speakers during a rally and march the day after the inaugurat…
The clock could be ticking toward a new time zone in Massachusetts. Lawmakers are studying a plan to give us more sunlight.
22News explains what Massachusetts is doing to help victims, especially children, of human trafficking.
Massachusetts lawmakers are taking a closer look at the new recreational marijuana law that was approved by voters in November.
22News explains why some of the new recreational marijuana law supporters in Massachusetts are now upset.
The state attorney general received nationwide attention for her stance on gun control, and her establishment of a hate crimes hotline.