Assistant News Editor

Marcia Dick

Marcia Dick grew up in Malden and when she was a kid, would fight her dad over who got to read the Globe sports section. She got her first journalism job straight out of college at her hometown paper, where she learned the business. After a brief stop in Tampa, she came to the Globe in 1988.

Marcia believes being a native of the North Shore helps her understand what’s important to our audience: Stories that reflect quality of life such as development, taxes, and what beach you can get a parking space at a decent price this summer.

Latest stories

Wicked good times in the Witch City

By Linda Greenstein , Globe Correspondent

As thousands flock to Salem for Halloween fun, safety and traffic are the primary concerns for city officials.

Malden looks to control short-term rentals

By Sean Teehan , Globe Correspondent

City Councilor John Matheson proposed an initiative that would require the building commissioner to report the number of homes renting rooms for less than 30 days.


Find out how sweet (and savory) it is

By Tom Long , Globe Correspondent

Sweet Ginger offers authentic, creative Thai cuisine with a few Japanese- and Chinese-inspired dishes.


Halloween breakfast in Westford, diaper drive for Lynn

By Laura Elyse King , Globe Correspondent

The Westford Halloween Breakfast and Parade will be from 8 a..m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Westford Regency Inn.

More Stories

In Stoneham, opening a theatrical conversation

By Kathy Shiels Tully , Globe Correspondent

Street bands take over Somerville for HONK!

By Kathy Shiels Tully , Globe Correspondent

‘Foodie Crawl’ brings taste of the world to East Somerville

By Kathy Shiels Tully , Globe Correspondent

Find out what real Mexican food tastes like

By Naomi Kooker , Globe Correspondent

Rutstein finds the sea is his calling

By Lenny Megliola , Globe Correspondent

How do you like them apples?

By Brion O’Connor , Globe Correspondent

Something fishy in the quotas?

By David Rattigan , Globe Correspondent

Another impossible dream in ’67, this one in Lynn

By Maureen Mullen , Globe Correspondent