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This Valentine’s Day, can neighbors end their fight over affordable housing in Dorchester?

Last month, the Epiphany School and some neighbors filed lawsuits in an attempt to derail a project that would bring a 72-unit apartment building to the neighborhood. Now, the school has had a change of heart.

In a unique New England twist, Nor’easter delays big Milton election, raising concerns among some residents

The Select Board unanimously voted to ask a judge to delay the townwide vote on a new land use plan to Wednesday over concerns that a coming storm may make it dangerous for voters to reach the polls.

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In Milton, it’s downright ugly with neighbors against neighbors ahead of Tuesday’s vote on housing

After years of telling everyone to embrace more housing, this Globe columnist wrestles with welcoming development now that it’s in her backyard.

It all comes down to this: MBTA zoning fight roils Milton ahead of a key vote on Tuesday

Milton is sharply split on a sweeping new zoning plan designed to loosen the grip of single-family housing on the proudly residential suburb. It is a vote that will reverberate far beyond the town borders.

‘A murky area’: Milton residents may vote to defy the state’s ambitious housing law. A lawsuit could follow.

If Milton residents overturn the MBTA zoning plan, Attorney General Andrea Campbell and advocacy groups have signaled that they plan to sue.

Beth Teitell | Commentary

One Dalton is selling seven studios, some smaller than 400 square feet. The asking price? Brace yourself.

Some of the condos are so small a full-sized bed feels big, but oh, the amenities. And think of the connections you can make in the elevator.

Massachusetts is attempting to dig out of a massive housing crisis. The state’s top lawyer wants to help.

Attorney General Andrea Campbell’s office is in the process of creating a Housing Affordability Unit that will work on issues at the heart of Massachusetts’ housing crisis, such as local land-use battles and Fair Housing laws.

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‘Not a fight I want to have’: Affordable housing battle in Dorchester is far from the not-in-my-backyard story

The clash, over 72 units of much-needed affordable housing, adds a new wrinkle on the not-in-my-backyard story.