Roderick Macioch is a recent graduate of The College of New Jersey, where he majored in Journalism and Professional Writing with a minor in Communications. During the summer of 2018 he completed an internship in New Jersey 101.5's digital and on-air news departments.
NJ town settles ‘Jewbacca’ discrimination lawsuit for $1.25M
WALL — The Township Committee has approved a $1.25 million settlement with a former township employee who said he experienced anti-Semitism in the workplace, including verbal comments and the placement of Nazi literature on his desk. The committee approved the agreement with Brandon Jacobs, who began working for the township in 1999 as a public works and tax collector's office employee, the Asbury
Roselle man kept 41 dogs locked up in squalid home, police say
Criminal offenses are pending for a Roselle man after 41 dogs were discovered living in severely unsanitary and inhumane living conditions in his home
Missing Hopatcong man found dead at Virginia campsite
A Hopatcong man who had been missing for nearly a month has been found dead in Virginia, according to the Page County Sheriff’s Office.
NJ summer festivals & fairs 2018: The biggest and best
This summer, there is no shortage of things to do in New Jersey. Here are a few of the upcoming events that promise to provide fun for the whole family. Dates and locations listed are subject to change without notice due to weather or other concerns...