Former State Senate President Stan Rosenberg To Resign From SenateFormer Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg says he will resign his Senate seat effective Friday at 5 p.m.
Report: Rosenberg 'Failed To Protect Senate' From HusbandA statement released by Governor Charlie Baker said Senator Rosenberg should resign.
Stan Rosenberg's Husband Pleads Not Guilty To Sex Charges, Ordered To Stay Away From State HouseThe estranged husband of former Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg pleaded not guilty to all charges in his first court appearance since being indicted on sexual assault and other charges.
Keller @ Large: State House News Service Reporters On Potential Election IssuesReporters Katie Lannan and Matt Murphy discussed the Hefner indictment, Beacon Hill culture, and RMV wait times.
Stan Rosenberg’s Husband Indicted On Sexual Assault ChargesBryon Hefner has been under investigation since several men accused him of assault and harassment last year.
Harriette Chandler To Remain Mass. Senate President For Rest Of 2018Massachusetts Senate Democrats have decided to put off a decision on a new leader for the chamber until after the current legislative session.
Baker Calls Latest Reports Involving Rosenberg 'Troubling'Gov. Charlie Baker says if the most recent reports involving former State Senate President Stan Rosenberg are true, the Democrat shouldn't return to the Senate's top post.
Stan Rosenberg Separates From Husband In Wake Of Sex Harassment ProbeFormer Senate President Stan Rosenberg has separated from his husband Bryon Hefner.
Ex-Prosecutor, Ferguson Monitor To Lead Rosenberg ProbeA trio of independent investigators chosen to lead an ethics investigation involving state Sen. Stan Rosenberg.
Keller @ Large: State House News Service Reporters Discuss Beacon HillAfter a busy week on Beacon Hill, two State House News Service reporters have joined WBZ-TV's Jon Keller to make sense of it all.
Senate Probe To Focus On Whether Rosenberg Violated Any RuleRosenberg's husband, Bryon Hefner, has been accused by several men of sexual assault.
Senate President Rosenberg Steps Aside Amid ProbeStan Rosenberg steps aside amid an investigation into whether he knew about his husband's alleged behavior, and if it involved Senate matters.