There’s bipartisan agreement on Beacon Hill that Rep. Carlos Henriquez should resign.
Rare public comments Wednesday from John Henry, the man who owns the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Globe.
The Massachusetts Department of Children and Families is facing more criticism, this time from a central Massachusetts schools superintendent.
Marty Walsh has been sworn in as mayor of Boston, beginning a new political era in the city. He succeeds Tom Menino the longest-serving mayor in Boston history.
Massachusetts is bracing for the first snowstorm of the New Year.
“To state the obvious, it’s snowing outside,” Patrick said at a noon press conference Thursday.
Good – but not great – news for Massachusetts taxpayers in the new year.
Advocates in Massachusetts are pushing a bill to prevent prison guards from handcuffing women inmates to hospital beds during labor and childbirth.
Massachusetts state lawmakers are looking at how to help the state’s growing number of homeless families. At an oversight hearing Wednesday, advocates said the state is in a crisis.
Massachusetts gambling regulators voted unanimously Tuesday to allow a casino proposal at Suffolk Downs race track to go forward. But there’s a hitch.
MGM Resorts appears to have cleared a major hurdle in its quest to build an $800 million casino in Springfield.
A committee created by the Massachusetts legislature met for the first time Tuesday to explore whether Boston should bid for the Summer Olympic Games in 2024.
There’s still uncertainty about a proposed ballot question aiming to block casinos in Massachusetts.
As the federal government continues to troubleshoot problems with healthcare.gov, officials in Massachusetts are grappling with glitches on the state’s website.
The Massachusetts House on Wednesday passed legislation making it easier for residents to register to vote and cast ballots.
The Massachusetts Senate passed a bill Tuesday evening that raises the minimum wage to $11 an hour by 2016 and ties future increases to inflation.