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

What is it like to live in Easton?

By Jon Mael , Globe Correspondent

location, location, location

What’s it like to live in Woburn?

By Rachel Lebeaux , Globe Correspondent

Dorothy Capone and her husband raised three daughters in Woburn, and they graduated from the city’s public schools and “got a good education” there.

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‘Betty Crocker’ home in Norwell hits the market

By Eileen McEleney Woods , Globe Staff

A woman behind the brand counted on the kitchen of her antique Norwell home to help her perfect Betty Crocker recipes.

room to love

Sit up and take notice of this room

By Marni Elyse Katz , Globe Correspondent

A young family add visual impact, using color and texture and a variety of finishes.

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