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.

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A Zen priest turns her attention to immigrants in distress

By Shola Lawal , Globe Correspondent

She is slightly built and has a fragile look. But Myozen Joan Amaral’s strength and determination has helped to support immigrants in detention centers and, in some cases, freed them from prison.

Network could deliver wind power across southern New England

By Colin A. Young , State House News Service

The company that is turning the site of a former coal-burning power plant in Somerset into a green energy center has filed a federal application to develop a single transmission network that could deliver power from offshore wind farms to Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

In case they’d forgotten, Biden reminds N.H. voters of his ties to Obama

By , Globe Staff

“The next president of the United States, as a matter of fact, is going to inherit a divided nation and a world in disarray, and there’s going to be no time for on-the-job training — for real,” Biden said at a town hall event in New London, N.H.

On the Tuesday ballot: Nubian Square

By , Globe Staff

In addition to choosing district and at-large city councilors in Tuesday’s election, Boston voters will be asked what they think about the idea of changing the name of Dudley Square in Roxbury to Nubian Square. The vote is nonbinding.