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As residents of a relatively rainy state, we haven't had the drought concerns that have rattled parts of the West.
The Massachusetts House is backing a bill that offers strategies for addressing the needs of the growing number of children diagnosed with autism.
Massachusetts voters haven't sent a Republican to the U.S. House of Representatives from any district in nearly 20 years.
Okafor will start May 28 in her position, according to a press released the mayor's office issued Tuesday evening.
A federal judge ruled today that Governor Deval Patrick does not have the legal right to block the use of the powerful, controversial painkiller Zohydro in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick recalled Tuesday he was on his way home to work in the garden when his daughter called him one year ago with news of a loud "boom" downtown.
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue said Tuesday that because of delays with their electronic filing system they have extended the deadline for taxpayers to file their Massachusetts Personal Income Tax returns - or to file for an extension - until midnight on Friday.
Seals congregating off Skiff island. It is illegal for an unauthorized person to come within 150 feet of a marine mammal.
A FILM COMES HOME TO FIND A DWAIPING HOLE. A TRUCK DRIVER DROVE CLEAR THROUGH THAT MASSACHUSETTS HOUSE.
Maura Healey, a Democratic candidate for attorney general, came out in opposition to expanded gambling Monday, throwing her support behind a proposed ballot question that would make casino gambling illegal in Massachusetts.
No one likes paying taxes, but almost every one of us does it. And our tax money pays for important priorities that make Massachusetts an attractive place to live and raise a family.
Marco Rubio is beefing up his political action committee, making significant high-level changes to it and his senatorial staff.
Two Massachusetts women are taking two undergarment makers to court, saying the companies misrepresented the slimming power of their products, according to the Boston Business Journal.
This March 2, 2013 file photo shows Republican strategist Karl Rove speaking in Sacramento, Calif.
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue 's online tax filing system is experiencing long delays and residents are reporting trouble registering onto the site.
At least that's the fairy tale being spun by former Romney surrogate John Sununu.