Gov. Deval Patrick and top aides are close to finishing their review of a $32.5 billion state budget to fund government operations for the fiscal year that started July 1.
State Representative Charles Murphy is stepping down.
An explosion rocked a house in New Bedford on Tuesday.
The Massachusetts Senate has passed a bill requiring car manufacturers to sell certain information to local mechanics, repair shops and car dealerships for repair purposes.
Forty-Somethings are at the tail end of the Boomer generation.
One person was hurt in a pair of explosions at a home in Winthrop Thursday morning.
House lawmakers would consider scaling back mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent drug offenders in Massachusetts, opening the door to a potential compromise on a stalled sentencing bill that also eliminates parole for some of the state’s most violent repeat offenders.
The House votes Wednesday on a constitutional amendment that would bar any new tax on personal income.
A dentist in Reading found hidden treasure in the walls of an old house.
Redistricting plans for the state Senate and House of Representatives have been overwhelmingly approved by lawmakers on Beacon Hill.