‘Lot of concerns’ as Walsh closes in on school plan

The City of Boston is looking at a variety of options for returning students to school in September and expects to announce a plan inRead More

Fattman again postpones Massachusetts police bill debate

For the second day in a row, Republican Sen. Ryan Fattman put a hold on a sweeping police reform bill Democratic leaders are working toRead More

Florio placed on leave amid investigation into reports he dressed in KKK robes while in college frat

Steven Florio, the commissioner of the Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, has been placed on administrative leave while the Baker administration looksRead More

Survey: Only 57 percent would get COVID-19 vaccine, if available

While companies and governments around the world race to develop a safe and effective vaccine against COVID-19, a survey designed by a group at Tufts University foundRead More

Mass. Senate deliberations on policing reform bill stall

A far-reaching proposal to enhance oversight of police officers and ban the use of certain types of force hit a bump on Thursday when SenateRead More

Kennedy, Markey campaigning in Boston Wednesday

With 56 days left until their Sept. 1 primary contest, Congressman Joseph Kennedy III and Sen. Edward Markey bring their U.S. Senate campaigns to theRead More

Massachusetts senators load up on policing reform bill amendments

Senators have filed 145 amendments to a sweeping police reform bill, suggesting an array of topics that could become areas of debate when they take up theRead More

Mail-in voting law slams into dispute over postage costs

Disagreements over funding to mail ballot applications for the upcoming election cycle spilled into the public eye Tuesday after the state’s top election official andRead More

Walsh: Boston asked for extra week before Phase 3

Boston has an extra week to prepare for the reopening of Phase 3 businesses like movie theaters, gyms, museums and more, and that’s exactly theRead More

Cape Cod bridges will come down, new ones going up

Massachusetts will move toward what one congressman described as “a new chapter in Cape Cod’s history” through an agreement with the federal government to replaceRead More