Under the bill, National Grid will have to eat the cost of providing unemployment benefits to its locked-out workers, and will not be able to pass the costs on to ratepayers
Revenue Commissioner Christopher Harding predicted an actual growth of 2 percent to 2.2 percent in fiscal 2020.
In total, four face wire fraud, tax fraud, money laundering and other charges in connection with their alleged roles in a decades-long criminal scheme perpetrated by Mossack Fonseca & Co., a Panamanian-based global law firm.
A bill with the backing of Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo would impose extra costs on National Grid.
Six miles from Boston and with a population of more than 53,000, the coastal city of Revere wants to identify development, amenities, and growth decisions for the next 20 years.
Gov. Charlie Baker said he does not think the door is shut on rental regulation getting done in the next month.
Efforts to fight three major problems – a housing shortage, opioid addiction and climate change – feature prominently on Gov. Charlie Baker’s to-do list for 2019.
Just over two years after he started in the post, Terence McGinnis is out as state banking commissioner, but it’s unclear who his replacement will be.
With municipal officials still hoping Gov. Charlie Baker’s housing production bill will pass by the end of the year, a state representative from Cambridge has asked House leaders to keep it from advancing.
National Grid says it wants to strike a deal to end its lockout of two unions representing gas workers by Christmas, but the utility is not ready to accept a union counter-proposal
The end of the boom times is approaching for Massachusetts, economist Michael Goodman told a conference of investors Wednesday.
The rising cost of MBTA pensions has board members concerned about the long-term stability of the retirement program for an agency where ridership over the first three months of the budget year dipped nearly 2 percent.
The American Automobile Association has launched a new college loan counseling program meant to help students and parents from Massachusetts go through the financial aid application process.
Fifteen lenders from across Massachusetts pumped an additional $2 million into the emergency loan fund intended to help businesses stay afloat as they contend with the effects of last month’s gas fires and explosions in the Merrimack Valley, the governor announced Wednesday.
Massachusetts is among the states hardest hit by the United States’ trade deficit with China, which has grown by $100 billion since the Great Recession and has stripped nearly 100,000 jobs from the state, according to a new study.
The town of Orleans plans to use a new state infrastructure grant to completely rebuild its Main Street, a project that Sen. Julian Cyr says will make “the hub of the Lower Cape” safer and easier to navigate for walkers and bicyclists.
Massachusetts lost 6,200 jobs in September and the unemployment rate remained at 3.6 percent, according to new data.
The $540 million supplemental budget on Gov. Charlie Baker’s desk includes some tax law changes sought by the Republican governor, but not all of them.
Starting Jan. 1, 2020, every child born or adopted as a Massachusetts resident will be eligible for a free $50 deposit into a college savings account, state officials announced Tuesday
The first full month of gambling at a full-scale casino yielded more than $6.7 million in tax revenue for Massachusetts and almost $27 million in gross revenue for MGM Springfield, the Gaming Commission said Monday.