State Inspector Genereal Glen Cunha says the lab was plagued by management failures, inadequate training and a lack of protocols.
Environmentalists say that tucked into the bill is a provision that rolls back protections for ocean sanctuaries that have been in place for four decades.
The document puts the Republican State Committee at odds with candidate for governor Charlie Baker and congressional hopeful Richard Tisei.
In an oversight hearing, state lawmakers bashed the state health care website and the administration’s response to its problems.
Henriquez was convicted last month of holding down his then girlfriend and punching her in the chest when she wouldn’t have sex with him. Photos of the bruised body of Henriquez’ victim were available for representatives to view outside the House chamber.
Republicans slammed the governor’s plan to withdraw money from the state’s rainy day fund and to tax candy and soda.
The Massachusetts House speaker says the recommendations will be the basis for new gun control legislation. He says the House will take up the bill by this summer.
A day after the State of the Commonwealth and the State of the Union speeches, Massachusetts House speaker Robert DeLeo unveiled his priorities for the […]
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick delivered his final State of the Commonwealth speech Tuesday night, focusing on his legacy and some work to come. Patrick said […]
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick says a failure at the state’s Department of Children and Families will lead to big changes. The department has faced severe […]
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick unveiled a $36.4 billion state budget proposal Wednesday. That’s an increase of about $2 billion over last year. Patrick gave […]
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick was set to deliver his final State of the Commonwealth speech Tuesday night. But it’s been delayed due to the snow.
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.