MGM Resorts, Penn National and Wynn Resorts don’t want to be shut down before they even have a chance to open their doors in Massachusetts.
The New England Farm Workers Council won’t have to pay back any money to the state.
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.
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.
Linda Post, the festival’s co-founder, reflects on how the Northampton event has changed over two decades.
A rural Massachusetts school committee could decide on Wednesday whether to move toward a four day school week.
Massachusetts voters will see five names on the ballot for governor in November. that includes three independents. For them, it’s been difficult to make a mark on the race. And two of those candidates have spent over a million dollars of their own money.
The virus has been confirmed in an 8-year-old southeastern Massachusetts girl. She was hospitalized and has recovered.
Many vocational high schools in Massachusetts are unable to serve all local students, with long wait lists for admission, but that’s not the case for some schools in the western part of the state.
The report says Massachusetts should look to other states for guidance in reforming the state’s child protection system
Five Democrats are vying to replace outgoing Massachusetts State Senator Gale Candaras in Greater Springfield.
Massachusetts shoppers will get a weekend free of sales tax on most purchases. That’s after Governor Deval Patrick signed an economic development bill Wednesday.
Members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation are weighing in on US air strikes in Northern Iraq. While the White House is billing these as humanitarian operations, lawmakers are concerned they could lead to increased military action.
Like college freshmen scurrying to finish their term papers, Massachusetts legislators showed that procrastination doesn’t always spell doom. Before Thursday night’s deadline, they squeaked through bills aimed at reducing gun violence, creating jobs and strengthening domestic violence rules.
Bills are being debated that would get rid of a pre-authorization requirement from insurance companies to stay in detoxification facilities.