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Bella English

English is a feature writer for the Globe, and writes a column for the Globe South section. She joined the Globe in 1985. A graduate of the University of North Carolina and Columbia Journalism School, English also worked at the Miami Herald and the New York Daily News.

English also holds a M.S.L. (Masters of Studies in Law) degree from the Yale Law School. She has won numerous reporting awards, including a Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism, a National Headliner Award for feature writing, the Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Newspapers, and the Meyer Berger Award for writing about New York City.

Latest stories

In state first, a prison guard becomes a woman

By , Globe Staff

Sarah Stowe, the first correctional officer to transition on the job, discusses her experience coming out to fellow guards and inmates.

Bella English

A mother’s love, a shaken baby, and a crime with real victims

By , Globe Staff

Elsa Lasley has never been to medical school. But she’s an expert on shaken baby syndrome: Her son, Aaron, was a victim.

Elite R.I. private school and abuse accusers settle

By , Globe Staff

The school and alumni released a joint statement Wednesday praising what some are calling reparations.

Victims decry makeup of St. George’s search committee

By , Globe Staff

Search committee for new head of embattled St. George’s School includes no victims of sex abuse scandal.