WBZ NewsWatch with Joe Mathieu returned Wednesday on WBZ NewsRadio 1030 with Massachusetts Senate President Therese Murray as Joe’s guest.
The public is getting its first look at the shock therapy that goes on at the Judge Rotenberg Center. The mother of a disabled man is suing the treatment center over what she calls “torture.”
Senate President Therese Murray says she never made any phone calls on behalf of applicants seeking jobs with the Massachusetts Probation Department.
State senators plan to take up a bill later this week aimed at controlling electricity costs in Massachusetts while continuing to promote growth in renewable power sources.
Legislative leaders are denying any misconduct following the indictment of three former probation department officials accused of rigging the agency’s hiring process to favor politically-connected applicants.
Massachusetts political leaders are marking the first night of Hanukkah with the annual menorah lighting at the Statehouse.
The Massachusetts Senate has unanimously approved a bill that would deny parole to anyone convicted of a third serious felony.
If and when the proposed casino bill passes how many new state jobs will be added to the state payroll to oversee and manage this organization? – Gary, W. Upton
Shoppers could be enjoying another Massachusetts sales tax holiday this summer.
Massachusetts political leaders are donning their poker faces as they try to cut a deal legalizing casino gambling after years of noisy disagreements.