Katheleen Conti

Conti is a reporter for the Globe North, where she has covered a range of regional issues, including 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

Quincy may build parking lot around resident’s home

By , Globe Staff

The last family on Hunt Street has not yet agreed to sell their home to the city for a high school campus expansion project.

Plymouth 400th anniversary to get commemorative license plate

By , Globe Staff

The bottom of the license plate includes the organization’s tagline, “An American Story, A National Legacy.”

Chocolates from North Andover included in VIP gifts at The Oscars

By , Globe Staff

Amid the pomp and circumstance surrounding The Oscars Sunday night, a local sweets company is getting its big Hollywood break.Over a dozen Academy Awards guests who checked into their VIP suites in a Beverly Hills hotel received a bottle of champagne paired with a box of caramels, hand-dipped in milk and dark chocolate with a delicate gold shimmer spray and sprinkle of gold salt from The Candy Dish, a two-woman outfit in North Andover.“The opportunity is overwhelming,” said cofounder Melissa DiMinico. “We’re just so happy.”

Generation Boston

In small towns farther from the city, the living is harder for millennials

By , Globe Staff

Some millennials head to farther-flung towns, where they often find their entertainment and socializing options limited.