Katheleen Conti

Katheleen Conti is a general assignment business reporter for the Globe. She has also covered a wide range of issues in Greater Boston suburbs for Globe NorthWest, GlobeNorth and GlobeSouth, including transportation, immigration, environment, crime, schools, and government. She previously worked at the Eagle-Tribune, where she covered education and immigration issues, and was the editor of the Tribune’s Spanish-language newspaper, El Puente (The Bridge).

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Trust’s decision to sell buildings means big changes in store for Harvard Square

By , Globe Staff

The Dow and Stearns family trust is likely to seek $95 million for two properties that house businesses like the Black Ink gift shop, Felipe’s Taqueria, Origins, and Flat Patties.

State approves low-cost Delta Dental plan opposed by dentists

By , Globe Staff

Dentists said the low-cost plan would cut into their incomes and force them to charge patients more for services.

Marijuana billboard in South Boston called ‘insensitive’

By , Globe Staff

The incident illustrates the kinds of issues communities could face now that marijuana use has been legalized in Massachusetts.

As North Washington Street gentrifies, the last of the restaurant suppliers ships out

By , Globe Staff

Eastern Bakers Supply Co. Inc., the last of the restaurant suppliers in the North End, is moving after 61 years on North Washington Street.