One of the heroes of Boston in the aftermath of the Marathon bombings was honored Wednesday morning.
President Barack Obama plans on Thursday night to outline his unilateral approach to immigration reform.
The governor’s chief of staff is returning to western Massachusetts to run a local agency that helps businesses expand in our area.
The Department of Public Utilities gets the final say on how much you pay for electricity.
The commission is trying to produce an report before the end of the year to inform Governor-elect Charlie Baker’s administration.
Massachusetts’ two U.S. Senators say they’re opposed to the proposed pipeline running from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
WMass households will soon be paying more for electricity. 22News spoke with one lawmaker to find out why prices are getting more expensive.
The former mayor of Springfield and member of the Governor’s Council is already thinking about 2016.
A legislator who started his own energy efficiency consulting company is Gov-elect Baker’s choice to be Secretary of Energy and Environmenta…
Federal ban sought on animal testing for cosmetics to be pushed in congress.
Now the majority, some GOP senators are eyeing a possible presidential run.
President Barack Obama’s anticipated order to shield millions of immigrants now living illegally in the U.S. from deportation is not unprece…
Congress came closer to a possible showdown with President Barack Obama over the Keystone XL oil pipeline as the House approved the project.
Charlie Baker had criticized Martha Coakley for defending the state against a lawsuit brought by a New York children’s rights group.
The number is gradually declining, but too many homeless families still live in hotels and motels. 22News looked at what’s being done to hel…
High school students from Chicopee visited Beacon Hill to test their financial knowledge.
Gov. Patrick wants to make sure young people have a voice on Beacon Hill. 22News was there when he welcomed the new Youth Council.
Education advocates say that 10,000 students from Springfield are among the 77,000 students statewide who attend failing schools.
If you need health insurance, you’ll be able to enroll in a plan this weekend. 22News has what you need to know to make sure you’re covered.
Crushing amounts of personal debt are preventing low-income people in Massachusetts from getting jobs, housing, or furthering their educatio…