Keller @ Large: Would Charlie Baker Roll Back Massachusetts' Coronavirus Reopening?Craig Sandler, the CEO of State House News, said he believes Gov. Charlie Baker is in a position to make changes to the state's reopening plan if needed.
Massachusetts Senate Agrees To Extend Formal SessionsMassachusetts senators unanimously agreed Thursday to continue formal lawmaking business beyond a Friday deadline.
Baker, Pence To Talk Pandemic Response On Nantucket SaturdayBaker will not attend a fundraiser where Pence will be raising money for President Donald Trump's reelection campaign.
Massachusetts House Unveils Police Reform BillThe House bill would curb the use of qualified immunity, a controversial legal principle that can shield police officers from civil lawsuits in cases of misconduct.
Massachusetts Casinos Closed Until At Least June 1The state's slots parlor and casinos will remain closed until at least June 1.
Bald Eagles, Peregrine Falcons Recovering In Mass.; Bumble Bees In DangerThings are looking brighter for the bald eagle and peregrine falcon in Massachusetts, but a certain well-known bee is poised to officially become endangered.
Sales Tax Holiday Weekend In Mass. Set For August 17-18This year's sales tax holiday will be on the weekend of Saturday, Aug. 17 and Sunday, Aug. 18.
Encore Casino In Everett Expects 8 Million Visitors A YearWynn Resorts expects about eight million visitors a year to the Encore Boston Harbor casino in Everett.
More Toll Roads In Massachusetts? Senate President Wants To Explore ItSenate President Karen Spilka says tolls similar to those along the Massachusetts Turnpike deserve consideration for other places to generate revenue.
Massachusetts To Explore Consequences Of Invalidated MCAS QuestionStanford University researchers are expected to analyze this year's MCAS test results for any "unintended consequences" of a question on race and slavery.
Minimum Age To Buy Tobacco Now 21 In MassachusettsThe new law increasing the age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21 years old went into effect December 31.