Republican candidate for Governor Charlie Baker had said his opinion on the recent Supreme Court decision “doesn’t matter.”
Opponents of a proposed natural gas pipeline are following the would-be route of the line in a protest that’s scheduled to last several weeks.
Rural Massachusetts communities still without high speed internet may get help, as state lawmakers aim to pass a bill to pay for a final stretch of broadband.
Regional school districts could get a major boost in the Massachusetts budget passed by the legislature earlier this week.
The gambling board dismissed a request by the City of Boston to delay the process of awarding a casino license until after the November election.
Alcombright says North Adams has no reserve funds left, and he will seek a property tax increase later this year.
The bill is a compromise between nurses and hospitals hashed out by Sen. Stan Rosenberg.
The four candidates vying for the open District Attorney’s seat in Hampden County all agree the criminal justice system needs fixing.
The state commission ruled against an objection to Eric Lesser’s candidacy over questions of his residency.
Catholics in western Massachusetts are getting a new leader. Pope Francis picked Mitchell Rozanski of Baltimore to replace retiring bishop Timothy McDonnell.
Two initiatives sponsored by union nurses and a referendum to repeal Massachusetts’ casino could be headed for the ballot.
The new team comes on the heels of the Worcester Tornadoes, which fell in to debt and folded in 2012. The Bravehearts are hoping to change the image of baseball in Worcester.
Tim Allen is challenging the residency of fellow Democrat Eric Lesser in the 1st Hampden Hampshire senate race.
In Greenfield to discuss opiate addiction with community leaders, Commissioner Cheryl Bartlett says a detox facility in the area will likely be among her recommendations to Governor Deval Patrick.
The sale to a Florida-based company will include an unspecified number of layoffs at the daily newspaper.