Several dozen protesters gathered outside of Gov. Charlie Baker’s Swampscott home to call for an end to the expansion of the Algonquin pipeline expansion into Massachusetts and New England.
Gov. Charlie Baker announced a nearly $83 million MBTA Winter Resiliency Plan to make investments and improvements this summer and in the next five years to snow removal equipment, infrastructure and operations.
State Senate President Stan Rosenberg says lawmakers should consider putting a nonbinding question on the 2016 ballot asking voters if they would support legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.
Baker filed the bill after Boston’s record-setting snowfall.
Baker also tells Keller he wants to see a detailed plan from Boston’s Olympic bid organizers.
Beacon Hill lawmakers seemed skeptical at first, but Baker is starting to win the support he needs.
The flags remember fallen Massachusetts heroes.
The Massachusetts higher education system has a new leader.
Gov. Charlie Baker says he’s open to negotiations with the Legislature on how best to overhaul the MBTA, but continues to insist his administration have the tools it needs to fix the ailing transit system.
Lawmakers have pushed back against Baker’s overhaul ideas.