Baker, Massachusetts Lawmakers To Get Pay Raises In 2019The base pay for legislators will go up $3,709 to $66,256 next year. Baker's salary will grow from $151,800 to $195,970.
Massachusetts Has A $1B Surplus; Why No Hurry To Spend It?Massachusetts has more than $1 billion surplus on Beacon Hill.
Sales Tax Holiday Ready To Go, But Still Needs Baker's SignatureGovernor Baker plans to formally authorize a sales tax holiday for the upcoming weekend.
Keller @ Large: Beacon Hill UpdateJon Keller is taking a closer look at the end of the legislative session on Beacon Hill.
Bill Seeks New Rental Car Fee To Fund Police TrainingMassachusetts lawmakers have approved a $2 surcharge on car rentals to fund training for police officers across the state.
Two Massachusetts Neighborhoods Ranked Among Most Expensive, Exclusive In CountryTwo Massachusetts neighborhoods are favorites of the ultrarich, according to a new ranking.
Keller @ Large: State House News Service Reporters On Potential Election IssuesReporters Katie Lannan and Matt Murphy discussed the Hefner indictment, Beacon Hill culture, and RMV wait times.
It Happens Here: The Underground Railroad Through Beacon HillBeacon Hill served as a metaphorical beacon for those escaping the bonds of slavery. The Underground Railroad traveled through the winding alleys in Boston.
Supporters Of "Extreme Risk Protection" Gun Law Rally On Beacon HillA rally for stricter gun laws, that was planned before the school shooting in Florida, took place at Beacon Hill Thursday.
Baker Calls Latest Reports Involving Rosenberg 'Troubling'Gov. Charlie Baker says if the most recent reports involving former State Senate President Stan Rosenberg are true, the Democrat shouldn't return to the Senate's top post.
Ex-Prosecutor, Ferguson Monitor To Lead Rosenberg ProbeA trio of independent investigators chosen to lead an ethics investigation involving state Sen. Stan Rosenberg.
Keller @ Large: State House News Service Reporters Discuss Beacon HillAfter a busy week on Beacon Hill, two State House News Service reporters have joined WBZ-TV's Jon Keller to make sense of it all.
Senate Probe To Focus On Whether Rosenberg Violated Any RuleRosenberg's husband, Bryon Hefner, has been accused by several men of sexual assault.
Double Fines For Those Texting While Jaywalking, Bill ProposesUnder a bill filed on Beacon Hill this week, penalties for jaywalkers would be increased if they are caught texting while crossing the street.
Wildlife Advocates Push Crackdown On Ivory, Rhino Horn SalesWildlife advocates are pushing legislation on Beacon Hill intended to end the sale of ivory and rhino horns in Massachusetts.