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.
New Jersey MVC wants you to stay home
Most drivers are eligible to renew licenses and registrations without going to the MVC — but many do anyway.
Hurricane Harvey scams already popping up — Avoid the phony charities
Even before the rain and wind ceases in Texas, scam artists are starting their soliciting.
New ferry service from NJ to NY starts in September
New York Waterway will begin a new, permanent ferry service between the Hoboken Rail Ferry Terminal and midtown.
How much it REALLY costs to own a new car
You might be surprised, but Hybrids costs even more than small SUVs to own.
How NJ parents are finding the best back-to-school deals
A survey done for the National Retail Federation finds more parents are holding off on expensive items for back-to-school shopping this year.
400,000 expected for the Atlantic City Airshow Wednesday
The Air Force Thunderbirds will join a host of stunt and vintage airplane flyers and events.
Ragweed has arrived with a vengeance in New Jersey
The final part of pollen season is here.
Equity-rich or ‘underwater?’ Good news and bad for NJ homeowners
One in four homeowners in America right now are what is called, "equity rich"...they owe 50% or less of what the property is worth, according to a survey by ATTOM Data Solutions. But it's slightly less here in New Jersey....22%.
Lights, cameras … big bucks! NJ not Hollywood, but still reels in show business
The New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission is well into another busy year, coordinating film and video projects statewide.
Refunds for late NJ Transit trains? NJ lawmaker says yes
A bill sponsored by Assemblyman Rob Clifton, R-Monmouth, would force NJ Transit to offer a free replacement ticket to a rail rider if their train is more than an hour late.