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BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker activated up to 450 members of the Massachusetts National Guard on Tuesday to help deal with COVID-19 challenges f…
Gov. Charlie Baker activated up to 200 members of the Guard to help expand COVID-19 testing in K-12 schools beginning next week and up to 250 members of the Guard to prepare to help the DOC with exterior security and transportation functions
State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli, D-Lenox, was honored in a virtual ceremony Thursday night for his work with the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston.
BOSTON — House and Senate leaders are working together on how to roll out a plan for spending billions of dollars of federal stimulus, but the…
Nicholas L. Parsenios, of Lenox, won confirmation Wednesday as an associate justice of the Probate and Family Court, an elevation he called “humbling.”
The House and Senate on Monday passed legislation extending the state's COVID-19 emergency paid leave program, which is currently scheduled to…
A Public Health Committee hearing is scheduled Monday on legislation that would authorize safe-injection sites, which doctors aligned with the Massachusetts Medical Society say is "an evidence-based intervention that fill a dangerous gap in our state's capabilities to address the opioid overdose crisis."
A Superior Court judge has denied the request of the union representing 1,800 members of the State Police to block the implementation of Gov. Charlie Baker's vaccine mandate until the details can be collectively bargained.
For years, the Greylock Glen site in Adams has only tip-toed toward development. It's now "go time," with prospective general contractors due to visit next week.