There is growing concern that e-cigarettes are luring teenagers into addiction.
On May 1, Scituate will join a handful of other towns in the Commonwealth that have made cigarettes harder for young folks to get.
New Hampshire’s House is considering raising the tobacco tax 20 cents — a dime less than Gov. Maggie Hassan counted on in her budget.
The I-Team found one man who has allegedly made a fortune dodging the tax man. What is more outrageous, he is doing it by moving cancer causing products into the state.
The town of Cohasset wants to outlaw electronic cigarettes.
Walk into any convenience store and you will see cigars that look and smell like candy but are just as dangerous as the real thing.
A growing number of smokers have found a way to get cigarettes for a small fraction of what they used to pay because they’re not paying most of the taxes.
Boston city officials are stepping up efforts to regulate electronic cigarettes that deliver nicotine and individual cigars.
Students starting the semester at two state schools in Massachusetts will have to leave the cigarettes at home.
A local group pushing the town of Hopkinton to adopt a new bylaw that would make smoking and chewing tobacco illegal for anyone under 18.