October 18, 2014 October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In light of this, we want to share some of the most recent statistics available. Did you know that breast cancer is the most commonly […]
A new Boston Globe poll shows voters rejecting Question Three, the ballot question aiming to repeal the casino law. WBZ-TV’s Jon Keller reports.
Ballot Question 2 raises the question of whether expanding the state’s beverage container law would result in less litter and more people recycling.
In September 2013, a western Massachusetts reverend issued a statement saying, “After long contemplation and prayer, I have decided to run for governor. I will run as an independent.”
The average price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped another 6 cents in Massachusetts to $3.26.
Governor Deval Patrick said there is no cause for alarm about the deadly Ebola virus in Massachusetts.
Candidates for public office in Massachusetts have the right to collect nominating signatures outside supermarkets, the highest court ruled Friday in a decision that expands the rights of candidates on commercial private property.
Richard Davey, the former head of the MBTA, is stepping down as the state’s transportation secretary at the end of the month,
Voting “yes” on Question 1 would repeal gas tax indexing; voting “no” would mean that starting next year, the gas tax would be adjusted according to inflation.
McGlynn Elementary School teacher wins the famed Milken Educator Award. WBZ Radio’s Bernice Corpuz reports.