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It wasn't that long ago that the concept of legalized sports betting in Massachusetts was all but inconceivable, but it wasn't that long ago that the arrival of casinos in the state was hard to
Towns in Berkshire County and across the state have been wrestling with the issue of how their police forces should deal with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) at a time when .
The state's lawsuit against Purdue Pharma, manufacturer of the prescription painkiller OxyContin, provides insight into the roots of both the painkiller addiction crisis and the stigma attached to
A federal judge's decision Tuesday against the Trump administration's attempt to add a citizenship question to the 2020 U.S. census is a victory for the states, including Massachusetts, that are
As the legislative session neared its end on Beacon Hill last spring, a bill that would have legalized medical aid in dying was sent to a committee for study, which is where bills go to die as time
While Beacon Hill should be commended for the ability of its various members to regularly work together on key issues before the state, the unity in Boston on maintaining secrecy in government is not
Recreational marijuana sales begin in Berkshire County today, with Theory Wellness opening its doors on Stockbridge Road in Great Barrington. Temescal Wellness on Callahan Drive in Pittsfield will ..
In her successful campaign, District Attorney Andrea Harrington embraced criminal justice reform, whose principles are designed to prevent the system from mistreating the poor and members of minority
The state Senate, a generally progressive body that has found itself stymied in recent years by the combination of the moderate House and conservative governor, has had enough. That, at least, is the
Governor Charlie Baker is not a stirring orator and doesn't pretend to be. His wonkishness constitutes a large part of his appeal and that quality was on display Thursday when he took the oath of
The utter inhumanity of the Trump administration's policy toward immigrants hit home in the Berkshires on Sunday when the story of the imminent deportation of a longtime Lenox resident and