Hearings on transgender rights legislation, cost trends in health care and bills to crack down on distracted drivers will spice up the week ahead.
The energy debate is set to surge on Beacon Hill with a hearing on clean power bills, including plans from Governor Charlie Baker to draw more hydroelectricity into Massachusetts.
Springfield City Council president Michael Fenton says he was caught off guard by the announcement on Tuesday that MGM plans to scrap a 25-story hotel tower.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is getting her two cents in as the pipeline company Kinder Morgan readies to file its federal application.
An anti-pipeline group is taking its case to Massachusetts’ highest court. The group was denied a role as an “intervenor” in rulings for contracts between Kinder Morgan and several gas utilities.
After the state DPU nixed a regulation, some customers will get a refund, while others will pay for it through a small addition to their monthly bills.
Members of the Massachusetts Senate will likely address the state’s opioid addiction crisis as they return to Beacon Hill for formal sessions.
The Hoosic River has been spelled at least three different ways.
Governors Michael Dukakis and William Weld were unable to advance a project connecting downtown Boston’s two train hubs and closing the broken link in East Coast rail service. On Wednesday, they plan to meet with Governor Charlie Baker to appeal to him to get the job done.
Springfield voters will select the top two candidates for the mayor’s office in a preliminary election
The U.S. State Department expects to increase the number of Syrian refugees it admits into the United States next year, and some could come to western Massachusetts.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) expects extends a public comment deadline to accommodate a final hearing in Cheshire County, New Hampshire.
Governor Charlie Baker travels to Newfoundland this week to meet with New England governors and Canadian premiers where energy options will be on the agenda.
The state says the patient, a Middlesex County resident in his 40s, remains hospitalized.
On the first day of Henry Epp’s road trip along the proposed route of the Kinder Morgan pipeline, we listen to worries about pollution and explosion, hear concerns about the tone of the debate — and get the skinny on turkey reproduction.