Gov. Charlie Baker Tours Green Line As MBTA Repairs ContinueThe D branch will be running buses all weekend -- between Kenmore and Newton Highlands – so crews can repair the tracks and signals.
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito On 2020 Election, Political FutureIn a one-on-one interview, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito shared her thoughts about the 2020 election and her own political future.
Gov. Baker Urges Residents To Take Precautions Against EEEMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker addressed steps being taken amid a summer with several confirmed cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE),
Baker Tours MBTA Lines Closed For ConstructionGov. Charlie Baker said closing the lines allows work to progress eight times faster.
Gov. Baker Greets Vice President Mike Pence On NantucketVice President Mike Pence was greeted by Gov. Charlie Baker as he visited Nantucket Saturday.
Massachusetts Traffic Congestion Has Reached 'Tipping Point,' New Study FindsA new MassDOT report finds that traffic congestion in Massachusetts is getting worse.
Gov. Baker Says He Didn't Know Of Registry Backlog Before Deadly CrashGov. Charlie Baker says he wasn't made aware of problems the Registry of Motor Vehicles had with processing out-of-state notifications until after last month's fatal motorcycle crash.
$1 Million In Emergency Loans Set Aside For Cape Cod Businesses After TornadoesCape Cod businesses hurt by the recent tornadoes will get a helping hand through a $1 million emergency loan fund Gov. Charlie Baker announced Tuesday.
Baker Offers Telecommute Tax Credit, Increased MBTA Funding To Fight CongestionGov. Charlie Baker unveiled plans for $18 billion in long-term transportation spending, calling for additional spending on the MBTA and for what he described as an unprecedented tax credit to promote telecommuting.
Keller @ Large: Charlie Baker's Approval Numbers Remain Strong In New Suffolk PollDavid Paleologos, director of Suffolk University’s political research center, joined WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller to discuss this findings of last week’s poll.
Driver Hand-Held Cellphone Ban Moves Closer To Becoming LawA bill that would bar Massachusetts drivers from using cellphones behind the wheel has moved one step closer to becoming law.