Editor of Address

Eileen McEleney Woods

Woods worked previously as a copy editor on the magazine and wrote its On the Block real estate column. A UNH grad, she was a layout editor on the Globe’s night copy desk. Before coming to the Globe, she was a copy editor at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, news editor at The Vermont Standard in Woodstock, Vt., and a reporter at The Recorder in Greenfield. She joined the Globe in 1999.

Latest stories


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