If passed, Question 3 would repeal the state’s 2011 gambling law.
Gov. Patrick has clear views on the four ballot questions
With cameras in every phone, taking photos has never been more simple. For some photographers, professional or otherwise, it’s cameras themselves that still rule. One former fashion photographer is adapting digital cameras for people who may reveal a unique view on the world.
A majority of the Hartford city council approved a deal on Tuesday to bring a baseball stadium and related development to downtown Hartford.
Robert Meeropol of Easthampton — and his brother Michael — say they had no relationship with David Greenglass, their mother’s brother, who accused their parents of being Soviet spies.
Organizations such as the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG) helped put Question 2 on the November ballot to expand the bottle bill.
Massachusetts law now says that if you throw out more than a ton of food waste a month, it can’t go to a landfill. But what does a ton of food waste look like?
Voter registration cards need to be postmarked by 8 p.m. tomorrow, but a spokesperson for the Secretary of State says it’s probably more reliable to register in person.
Health officials, public safety personnel, cabinet secretaries and the mayor of Boston filed into a briefing room at Logan airport. They stood behind Governor Patrick, who told the public not to be alarmed.
Bill Clinton and Mitt Romney are scheduled to visit Massachusetts next week to influence politics and voting here, signifying the late stages of races as candidates look to the post-Columbus Day stretch until the November 4th elections.
Massachusetts lawmakers passed a measure to automatically increase the gas tax along with inflation. The measure helps lawmakers avoid the political challenge of regular votes on whether to raise the tax, which led the group Tank the Gas Tax to put a repeal question on the ballot.
The two major party candidates vying for the open Massachusetts state senate seat held by Gale Candaras have lobbed personal attacks, but they agreed on many issues in a roundtable debate.
Deval Patrick says he is studying the cases of three people recommended by the parole board.
Candidates for Massachusetts’ Treasurer are debating the impact casinos could have on the state’s profitable lottery, which largely funds local aid to cities and towns.
Linda Post, the festival’s co-founder, reflects on how the Northampton event has changed over two decades.