Joe Cutter is the senior news anchor at New Jersey 101.5. I have toiled daily in the newsroom since 1989 as an anchor, correspondent, field reporter and news director. I have also learned not to call State government between noon and 1:30, because they are out to lunch.
Route 295 resurfacing ongoing in Burlington, Mercer counties
The project uses High Performance Thin Overlay to improve the condition of the road.
A plan to get more doctors trained in NJ
Retirements and doctors who leave New Jersey will translate into an estimated 2800 fewer doctors in the state by the year 2020, a congressman says.
Make sure your dorm, off-campus apartment is fire safe
As students prepare for another college year, an expert advises families to make sure their student's dorm or off-campus housing is fire-safe.
Would you quit for a better-paying job? Here’s the right way to leave
Better than 4 in 10 workers polled by Office Team say they would leave their current job for one with better pay.
Identity thieves targeting New Jersey residents
New Jersey came in as the 7th-most risky state for ID theft last year, according to a new report from ASecureLife.com.
New Jersey’s mighty microbe may finally get official recognition
A microbe discovered at Rutgers University 75 years ago is close to becoming New Jersey's official state microbe.
National Night Out in New Jersey Tuesday evening
"National Night Out," now in its 35th year, will hold events in New Jersey and across America this evening. It's a chance for local citizens to get some "face time" with the cops who patrol their streets.
Monmouth County tackles issue of opioids and student athletes
Groups engaged in the battle against opioid abuse in Monmouth County will hold a very public, "Athletes & Opioids Conference" at Monmouth University on Wednesday.
Doctor shortage in NJ: Can country 2,000 miles away help?
Only about half of New Jersey's primary care needs are being met because of the shortage.
Carrying a flag to cross the street — Middlesex towns trying it
Keeping pedestrians from getting hit crossing the streets of New Jersey is an ongoing struggle. In East Brunswick, Keep Middlesex Moving is trying something called "Flag It!"