MassDOT To Hold First Public Meeting On Changing Highway Exit NumbersIt’s part of a federally mandated program to have all highway exit numbers match their mile markers.
Mass. Vaping Ban Lawsuit On Hold Indefinitely Following New RestrictionsMassachusetts' highest court is holding off hearing arguments in the vaping industry's challenge of the state's temporary ban on vapor products.
Massachusetts Lawmakers Still Must Pass $1.1 Billion Spending PlanMassachusetts lawmakers are returning from Thanksgiving with one big leftover on their plate — what to do with a $1.1 billion surplus in tax revenue from the last fiscal year.
Gov. Baker Signs Campaign Finance Overhaul Bill Into LawRepublican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has signed into law a bill aimed at overhauling the state’s campaign finance rules.
What You Need To Know Travelling Back From ThanksgivingMassachusetts drivers have quite the reputation. Add heavy snow mixed with freezing rain and you can only imagine the frustration this weekend.
Massachusetts Exits Getting New Numbers, Based On MileageYour exit on the highway may be changing.
Salvation Army Begins Annual Red Kettle DriveThe Salvation Army red kettle donation season kicks off Friday in Massachusetts.
Frost Eliminates EEE Risk In Massachusetts, Department Of Public Health SaysRisk of contracting EEE and other mosquito-borne illnesses has now been eliminated in all communities across Massachusetts, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced Thursday. They said this is due to a hard frost having spread across the state.
Massachusetts Has 40 Problem Dams, AP FindsThe AP identified at least 1,680 dams nationwide that are rated as high-hazard because of the potential for loss of life if they failed and are considered to be in poor or unsatisfactory condition.
Massachusetts' Last Known Pearl Harbor Survivor Dies At 98Massachusetts' last known Pearl Harbor survivor has died. The Brockton Enterprise reports George Hursey died Tuesday at a nursing home in Brockton from natural causes. He was 98.
Massachusetts Ranked As 'Best State To Live In' By New ReportThe Bay State gets credit for its well-educated population.
Massachusetts Invests Nearly $1M To Improve Local Cranberry BogsMassachusetts cranberry growers are getting assistance to help overhaul their bogs.
Massachusetts Lawmakers Urge Withdrawal Of Rule Denying Green Cards To Poor ImmigrantsThe administration says it wants to ensure immigrants gaining legal status are self-sufficient.
Families Plead For Hands-Free Driving Bill Resolution As Holidays ApproachLawmakers have not been able to send a bill banning handheld device use behind the wheel to Gov. Charlie Baker despite near-unanimous support in the Legislature.
Massachusetts Weighs Ban On Predator Hunting ContestsContests that involve the hunting of predator or furbearing animals like coyotes would be banned under a proposal being considered by Massachusetts wildlife officials.