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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

Marblehead charter school to buy building for $4.25m

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

The school will spend $4.25 million to acquire the building it has paid rent on since 1995.

Beverly

Affordable unit available for first-time home buyers

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

The city’s Community Development Office is accepting applications from qualified first-time home buyers who want to purchase an affordable two-bedroom, two-bath condominium at 45 Rantoul St. The maximum income qualification for one occupant is $47,450, and for two people is $54,200. For more information or to apply call 978-605-2408.

Marblehead

Wednesday is last day to register for state primary

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

The last day to register for the Sept. 9 state primary is Wednesday. Marblehead residents can register at the town clerk’s office at Abbot Hall, 188 Washington St. The clerk’s office will be open Monday and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Wednesday it will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information, call the town clerk’s office at 781-631-0528.

Beverly

New $34.1 million MBTA garage opens

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

Beverly’s new commuter rail garage is officially open. The $34.1 million, 500-car garage is located on Rantoul Street next to the Beverly Depot train station. It will be staffed 24 hours a day, and has a connecting covered pedestrian footbridge to take commuters directly to the train platform. “This garage represents a great opportunity to help revitalize our downtown, providing parking to commuters, residents, and visitors. It will also support transit-oriented development, both residential and retail, that our downtown needs to thrive,” said Beverly Mayor Michael Cahill.