Katheleen Conti

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).

Latest stories

Gas prices up 1 cent in Mass. ahead of 4th of July travel

By , Globe Staff

The latest survey predicts that most US drivers will pay the lowest Fourth of July gas prices since 2005.

‘Pier-to-pier’ boat sharing surges in Boston

By , Globe Staff

Rental companies like Boatbound, Boatsetter, and GetMyBoat have made the region a competitive and popular market.

‘Crowdgranting’ now available for public projects in Mass.

By , Globe Staff

MassDevelopment, a quasi-public economic development state agency, is introducing “crowdgranting,” a spinoff of crowdfunding that will match up to $50,000 for community improvement projects like beach cleanups or farmers’ markets.

Kraft’s plan for a Dorchester soccer stadium faces stiff competition

By and , Globe Staff

Robert Kraft’s bid for a soccer stadium on UMass land faces a powerful array of competing interests.