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Steven A. Rosenberg

Rosenberg is a reporter for the Globe North section. As a print and broadcast journalist, his work has appeared on CBS, PBS, and ESPN, and also in the Jerusalem Post and Haaretz. He is the former editor of the Jewish Advocate, and joined the Globe in 2002. At the Globe, he has covered politics, business, homelessness, and the fishing industry.

Latest stories

Jazz brunch makes cruising off North Shore a delight

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

While people have been making money with their vessels for centuries, the jazz brunch is a new twist to the gaggle of sightseeing offered in the area.

Marblehead

Christensen appointed armed forces liaison

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

At their last meeting, selectmen approved a request to change the name of the manager on Tedesco Country Club’s liquor license to John Kinner, who lives in Swampscott. In other matters, the board appointed Harry C. Christensen as the town’s armed forces liaison.

Beverly

Smith begins as principal of Centerville Elementary School

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

Julie Smith has started her new position as principal of Centerville Elementary School. Smith, who became principal on July 1, succeeds Karla Pressman in the position. Smith was chosen from a list of three finalists by Schools Superintendent Steve Hiersche in the spring. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and a master’s from Le Moyne College, and formerly served as the assistant principal of Ambrose Elementary School in Winchester. Also, she previously held assistant principal posts at Lowell Community Charter Public School and at Lake Street Elementary School in Chittenango, N.Y.

Beverly

Senior Day in the Park slated for Aug. 7

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

Senior Day in the Park will be held on Aug. 7 at Lynch Park at 10 a.m. The day will include a barbecue lunch, live music by The Variations and The Honky Tonk Women of Gloucester, an ice cream social, the Senior of the Year award ceremony, and raffles and other prizes. Tickets are $5 for Beverly residents and $8 for nonresidents, and must be purchased in advance at the Senior Center at 90 Colon St. The event will be held rain or shine. For more information, call the Senior Center at 978-921-6017.