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

Real estate poised for another strong year

By and , Globe Staff

In Boston itself, year-to-date sales increased a slight 0.9 percent, but median prices soared by 10.6 percent to $566,000.

Rising mortgage rates unlikely to dampen Boston real estate

By , Globe Staff

Rates have topped 4 percent for the first time in a year, and could go higher.

Harvard, janitors deal may have ripple effect

By , Globe Staff

In a span of just five months, thousands of low-wage union workers in Greater Boston have racked up victories against powerful institutions and employers.

Harvard, janitors reach agreement to avoid strike

By , Globe staff

By the end of the four-year contract, most of the janitors will make an average wage of $24.67 an hour.