The lighting of the 18-foot menorah marks the arrival of Hanukkah.
A more than 200-year-old time capsule was extracted from the Massachusetts State House Thursday afternoon.
A tactical response drill will take place from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the State House.
While there were fires, violence and looting in Ferguson, Missouri early Tuesday morning, there was peaceful protest in Boston.
Some who received the state’s Medal of Honor were involved in the manhunt and capture of the suspects involved in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Maybe we could have spent $11,298,000 on the governor’s office instead, and thrown a couple grand at the signage problem.
The Massachusetts Senate has begun debating a sweeping overhaul of the state’s gun laws.
Candidates for nearly half of the seats in the 200-member Massachusetts Legislature are facing no opposition in this year’s election.
Relatives of murder victims are among those asking a legislative committee to approve a bill that would require juveniles convicted of first-degree murder to serve at least 35 years before they can be eligible for parole.
State budget deliberations are set to resume on Beacon Hill as lawmakers wrestle over details of a proposed $36.2 spending plan for the July 1 fiscal year.