Healey Pulls Milton Grant After Zoning Vote

The state is stripping Milton of a $140,800 coastal resiliency grant awarded only a month ago after voters there rejected a multifamily zoning package last week that was intended to bring the town into compliance with the MBTA Communities transit-oriented zoning law.

DOJ Seeks to Block Settlement in MLS PIN Commission Case

Federal antitrust prosecutors have asked the judge overseeing a lawsuit against Massachusetts’ main multiple-listings service to reject a proposed settlement in the case, arguing instead that buyers should be the only ones to pay their agents’ commissions.

BayCoast Mortgage Promotes New CEO

In his new role, Nicholas Christ is responsible for developing new talent and products while expanding the bank’s lending throughout its Eastern Massachusetts market.

Milton Vote Derails MBTA Communities Compliance

Milton voters rejected a rezoning plan that would have encouraged multifamily development, becoming the first Boston suburb to defy the state’s MBTA Communities law, which is designed to encourage housing production and ease Massachusetts’ affordability crisis.