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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State still in hunt for permanent rating board chief

By Chris Lisinski , State House News Service

Paolo Franzese, the temporary leader of a Registry of Motor Vehicles department at the center of a record-keeping scandal, will be tasked with further cutting down a backlog as a board searches for a permanent replacement.

Disproportionate use of solitary confinement for gay inmates alleged

By Colin A. Young , State House News Service

The director of policy for the Boston chapter of Black and Pink said LGBTQ prisoners are sent to solitary confinement — or restrictive housing, as it is sometimes known — far more frequently than heterosexual inmates are.

Gaming regulators size up first license renewal

By Colin A. Young , State House News Service

The five-year license for Plainridge Park Casino, a Plainville slots parlor, expires June 24, 2020, but before the state Gaming Commission can consider renewing its license, the regulators must come up with the authorization process itself.

State investigating National Grid’s management

By Matt Murphy , State House News Service

The inquiry is borne of concerns that one of the state’s largest electricity providers failed to communicate about the potential for severe delays in solar power installations.