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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Massie campaign loses communications chief

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Gubernatorial candidate Robert Massie’s communications director, Mara Dolan, has quit the campaign after six weeks — a sign of financial trouble for the Democrat before the state party’s endorsement convention next month.

15 years ago, N.H. mourned for a giant rock

By , Globe Staff

On May 3, 2003, the Old Man of the Mountain, New Hampshire’s iconic symbol, lost its 10,000-year battle with gravity and slipped from its spot atop Franconia Notch.

Remembering a ’91 campaign stop where Barbara Bush got fired up for husband

By , Globe Staff

On a December day in 1991, Barbara Bush went to Concord, N.H., in what turned out to be one of the more memorable moments in her husband’s 1992 reelection campaign.

Hampshire College names a new president

By Laurie Loisel , Globe Correspondent

Public health researcher and scientist Miriam E. Nelson, former longtime professor and scholar at Tufts University, will succeed Jonathan Lash as the seventh president of Hampshire College in July.

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