Deputy Managing Editor, Local News and Features

Felice Belman

Felice Belman is a deputy editor in the Globe’s news department. She joined the paper in 2014 and was previously politics editor. A graduate of Oberlin College, she spent nearly 25 years at the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire, including six years as editor. She was Maryland politics editor for the Washington Post from 2000-2002. In addition, she was co-editor of The New Hampshire Century, a collection of 100 profiles of 20th-century New Hampshire figures, published in 2001.

Latest stories

Environmentalists pleased with state budget proposal

By Chris Lisinski , State House News Service

As a percentage of the overall budget, the House leadership budget funds environmental programs at the highest rate in four years.

Advocates seek to avoid UMass tuition increase

By Katie Lannan , State House News Service

The House Ways and Means budget falls short of the funding level University of Massachusetts officials have sought to stave off tuition and fee increases across its four undergraduate campuses.

Lawmaker proposes Mass. capital gains tax increase

By Katie Lannan , State House News Service

The plan would raise more than $1 billion in new revenue each year by increasing the rate from 5.05 percent to 8.95 percent.

Healey urges taxes, limits on vape products

By Matt Murphy , State House News Service

Attorney General Maura Healey joined the growing number of elected officials to call for taxing e-cigarettes and banning flavored vaping products this week.

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Hampshire College hopes to admit freshmen next spring

By Laurie Loisel , Globe Correspondent

Hampshire College president resigns

By Laurie Loisel , Globe Correspondent

UMass president hints at 2.5 percent tuition increase

By Katie Lannan , State House News Service

Hampshire group presents plan to keep college independent

By Laurie Loisel , Globe Correspondent

Immigrant advocate to chair key census committee

By Michael P. Norton , State House News Service

Budget writers get a word of caution from economists

By Colin A. Young , State House News Service