The coldest days of winter are just ahead and New England energy officials are concerned about the reliability of the region’s power grid.
Governor-elect Charlie Baker prepares for the state budget and his remaining cabinet appointments.
For nine years, the artist Matt Mitchell has been painting portraits of men and women who have come back home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He recently finished his 100th.
It happens every election season. Reporters try to parse ambiguous language coming from politicians.
Massachusetts presumptive Senator Stan Rosenberg and Governor Elect Charlie Baker have yet to talk about the state’s budget gap, but the two top state leaders have consulted on other matters.
Between Patrick administration officials searching for jobs and Governor-elect Charlie Baker’s hunt for talent to join him in the executive branch, the coffee shops and restaurants of Beacon Hill are humming with human resources activity.
Ashley Petersen, a Sandy Hook native, created a Facebook event called “26 Days of Kindness,” in which each day leading up to Dec. 14 is dedicated to a victim of the shooting.
Massachusetts’ website had been a mess. But the state spent tens of millions of dollars on a re-do.
MGM launches a design and construction information session for prospective vendors, suppliers for the company’s Springfield casino.
The Massachusetts Medical Society says reclassification would make it easier to study the plant’s medical properties.
In the wake of recent grand jury decisions in the killings of two unarmed black men by police, Swan has called for the creation of a new commission on police-community relations in Springfield.
The liberal activist group MoveOn.org is polling its members on whether to spend a million dollars to convince Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren to run for president.
A new report makes the case that American taxpayers could pay far less if troubled youth are provided alternatives to incarceration.
Icy roads are blamed for numerous accidents in Massachusetts as a winter storm moved into the state.
Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal leads a group of Springfield-area business and civic leaders on a tour of restored rail stations in Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut.