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

Cape Cod winds down a successful summer

By Jeremy C. Fox and Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Correspondent and Globe Staff

The Cape saw a lot of sun, making for a good tourist season for businesses and visitors alike.


Shredding Day slated for Saturday

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

The Beverly Council on Aging will host its annual Shredding Day on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon in the parking lot of the Senior Center, 90 Colon St. The event is free and open to the public. ProShred Security will use its shredding truck on the premises to shred documents. For more information, contact Jessica Waggett at the Senior Center at 978-921-6017.


Open house at Beach Bluff Park set for Saturday

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

The Clifton Improvement Association will host an open house at Beach Bluff Park, overlooking Preston Beach on the Marblehead-Swampscott line, on Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m. Presentations about the park will mark the day, including discussions about its history, flora and fauna, and the creation of its stone sun circle. The event is free. Rain date will be Sunday.


Selectmen seek to fill seat on Light Commission

By Steven A. Rosenberg , Globe Staff

At its most recent meeting, the Board of Selectmen voted to extend the deadline to fill a vacant seat on the Municipal Light Commission to Sept. 3 at 5 p.m. Residents wishing to apply for the position should submit letters of interest to the Marblehead Municipal Light Commission, 80 Commercial St., and to the Board of Selectmen, Abbot Hall, 188 Washington St. Applicants will be interviewed this fall during a joint meeting of the Board of Selectmen and the Municipal Light Commission at Abbot Hall.