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.
The piping plover struggles at the Jersey Shore
If you go to the shore, you could very easily miss it. And from the bird's perspective, that's just fine with them.
New poll indicates strong support for the arts in New Jersey
But most people say their own districts don't spend enough.
Agritourism keeps Jersey farms afloat — and fall’s a great season to visit
New Jersey farms are well into agritourism this fall, with hayrides and pumpkin picking the order of the day on most farms. But it is much more than just a fun and educational exercise for visitors.
NJ utilities discuss how to boost electric car use
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities will convene a Trenton meeting Friday with the stakeholders who would hash out the future of electric vehicle support in the state.
Camden County rolls out new strategy to curb homelessness
Camden county Freeholders have unveiled a 6-point plan to try and curb the county's high incidence of homelessness.
A call on Congress to make cancer research and treatment a priority
Hundreds of cancer treatment funding advocates gathered in Washington Tuesday to lobby members of Congress to prioritize cancer research and treatment.
Equifax attack — Why things will probably get worse
It's not just thieves out there. And they're not small-time.
‘Complete Streets’ program helps retrofit NJ towns for pedestrians and cyclists
A program to make streets in Jersey towns more user-friendly for pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers is a collaboration between Rutgers and the state Transportation Department.
Monarch butterflies making a comeback in NJ — What you can do to help
Thanks to the efforts by New Jersey conservationists, the beautiful monarch butterfly is making a comeback.
Hurricane sent NJ gas prices rising. When will they come back down?
Those eye-popping gas price spikes should peak in the next few days, according to Patrick DeHaan of gasbuddy.com.