State House News Service
Third Mass. Resident Tests Positive For EEE
A 60-year old man who lives in northern Franklin County is the latest to come down with the virus.
Governor’s Council to Question Taunton Mayor Hoye on Appointment
Taunton Mayor Thomas Hoye will meet with the Governor's Council for a hearing after what one councilor described as a concerning appointment process.
Baker to Meet NH, RI, MD Governors on Reducing Traffic Congestion
The governors of Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Maryland will join Gov. Charlie Baker in Boston next week to talk with transportation technology experts.
Developer Seeking Law Change to Build Casino in Wareham
A developer from the family behind the Marina Bay complex and Granite Links Golf Club in Quincy will announce plans for a mixed-use development in Wareham.
Mass. Casinos Generate $81 Million in July
Encore Boston Pulled in $48 Million in its first full month of operation.
State Targets Young Men with Ads on Impaired Driving
T.V. ads featuring people sharing their perceptions about driving under the influence are rolling out as part of a campaign targeting men aged 18 to 34.
Feds: Vineyard Wind Delay Could Stretch Into 2020
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management says the delay could stretch into 2020.
Gas Prices Drop Across Massachusetts, Match National Average
The average price dropped four cents from last week and matches the national average, which dropped seven pennies in the last seven days
Vineyard Wind to Move Forward with Project Despite Federal Delays
Vineyard Wind on Monday vowed that it will move forward with its $2.8 billion, 84-turbine wind farm project despite a new delay caused by the federal government.
State Officials Propose Ban on Coyote Hunting Contests
After holding several listening sessions across the state, MassWildlife has recommended banning hunting contests for coyotes and other predators and furbearers.