November 15, 2014 On Tuesday, November 4th, 2014 the people of Massachusetts went out to the polls and voted for who they thought should be their next governor. The victor was Republican Charlie Baker, who […]
Here’s a look at the three candidates’ backgrounds going into the election Thursday.
Voters in Revere have approved Mohegan Sun’s plan to build a resort casino on land owned by Suffolk Downs.
A bill that would add the option of choosing “none of the above” on New Hampshire ballots seems like a quintessential proposal for the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state that prides itself on having discerning voters.
Boston City Councilors have approved an arbitrator-awarded 25-percent pay hike for Boston police officers.
A recount Thursday found Ken Gray won by three votes over incumbent Mayor Thatcher Kezer.
Activists targeting a portion of a new state law automatically linking future hikes in the gas tax to increases in the rate of inflation say they’ve submitted more than the required number of signatures needed to put the question on next year’s ballot.
Residents of Milford have rejected a proposal to build a $1 billion casino, further cutting into the field of potential candidates for the state’s first regional resort casino licenses.
Mayor William Lantigua remains 57 votes behind Dan Rivera after Lawrence election officials examined provisional ballots Friday night.
Suffolk Downs says it will reassess plans to build a resort casino at the 78-year-old thoroughbred race track after East Boston voters rejected its proposal.