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Democrat gubernatorial candidate Sonia Chang-Diaz contended that Bay Staters "deserve more" than the message Gov. Charlie Baker broadcast Tues…
Labor attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan will officially launch her campaign for attorney general on Tuesday.
Gov. Charlie Baker, a two-term Republican who, at his peak, was one of the most popular governors in the country, will not seek a third term, throwing wide open the 2022 race for the state's top political office after close to two years of managing through a global pandemic.
The Mildred Elley School in Pittsfield has agreed to provide more than $1 million in relief funds to hundreds of former students after the Attorney General's Office determined that it violated the state's for-profit and occupational school regulations.
If you live in Berkshire County, you'll have a new state senator starting in 2023. And you may also have a new state representative. Due to population loss, redistricting will cut the four Berkshire County seats to three.
As the pandemic has highlighted the importance of safe working conditions, and with two consequential ballot questions likely coming in 2022, Western Massachusetts labor leaders see the year ahead as a crucial one.
BOSTON — A national debt collection company has agreed to pay $2.5 million and change its business practices to resolve allegations that it us…
Former state Sen. Ben Downing, a candidate for governor, plans to release his “Transit For All” transportation policy proposal next week. Downing will outline his transportation plan during a two-week tour, which includes a Wednesday event in Lee.
According to an investigation by the Attorney General's office, 282 Theory Wellness employees are owed hundreds of thousands of dollars in "premium pay."
Attorney General Maura Healey said Monday that Gov. Charlie Baker was right to impose a vaccine mandate for executive branch employees.