Online Traffic Jam As Second Doses Edge Out First Dose COVID-19 Vaccinations In Mass.Twelve thousand COVID-19 vaccination appointments were snatched up just as soon as they went online Thursday morning.
Gov. Baker Says State's 'Rainy Day' Fund Will Help Balance BudgetBaker said the budget will also rely on federal relief funds.
Protesters Gather Outside Gov. Baker's Home To Call For COVID-Related Housing ProtectionsThe bill would ensure tenants cannot be evicted because of missed rent if the nonpayment was because of COVID-19.
Baker Doesn't Sign Letter From Rep. Governors Urging Senate To Confirm Judge Amy Coney BarrettTwenty-four of the nation’s 28 Republican governors signed the letter praising Barrett’s background and philosophy.
Baker Backs Fellow Republican Susan Collins As Maine Senate Race Heats UpBaker voiced his support for Collins in a new 15-second ad that was released on Friday.
Gov. Baker Activates 1,000 Members Of State's National GuardThe activation begins immediately and continues until further order of the Adjutant General.
Boston Sports Teams Can Open Practice Facilities On June 6 With PrecautionsMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced Friday that Boston's pro sports teams will be allowed to open their practice facilities on June 6.
Barriers Don't Keep People From Beach While Gov. Baker Urges CautionDespite warnings, many beaches were crowded on the first 80-degree day of the season.
Keller @ Large: What True Leaders Look Like During Coronavirus CrisisThe unprecedented coronavirus crisis has put the spotlight on political leadership. Here are two Democrats and two Republicans who are, so far, showing how it’s done.
Massachusetts' Changes To Ride-Sharing Fees Could Hurt Those On Fixed IncomesFor some, a proposed increase in ride-sharing costs could propose a real hardship.
Judge Rejects Latest Challenge To State's Vaping BanA judge has rejected the latest challenge to the state’s vaping ban.
I-Team: Startling Number Of House-Arrestees Escape GPS Ankle BraceletsNearly 8,000 people in Massachusetts are avoiding lockup by being on house arrest with electronic monitoring instead.
More Than 800 Drivers Have Licenses Suspended Amid RMV ProbeMore than 800 drivers have been suspended this week because of a backlog at the RMV in Quincy.
Lawsuit Challenges State's Education Funding SystemA lawsuit filed against Massachusetts officials says the state's education funding system shortchanges low-income school districts and the students they serve.
Baker: Easier Zoning Changes For Mass. Towns Would Bring Much Needed HousingShould it be easier for cities and towns to change zoning within their community? Governor Baker is backing a bill to do just that.