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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Activists march against Airbnb rentals they say are squeezing Chinatown

By , Globe Staff

Advocacy groups organized a march from Chinatown to the State House Thursday to bring attention to the issue.

Last stop, Wonderland: The old dog track is coming down

By , Globe Staff

Relics of a bygone era are being razed as the track’s owners, CBW Lending, seek a buyer for the 38-acre site near the Blue Line’s Wonderland T stop.

Homeowners could help ease city’s rental crunch

By , Globe Staff

Two new city programs are aimed at helping the city make headway in efforts to create more affordable housing.

TripAdvisor wants tougher law protecting online reviewers from suits

By , Globe Staff

The Needham company says a tech hub like Massachusetts should protect consumers from retaliatory lawsuits by businesses trying to scrub online negative reviews.