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.
NJ sheriff says your home might easy pickings for burglars
A new survey from ooma.com shows 6 in 10 Americans leave their windows open when they are away...one of many security goofs that include leaving doors unlocked...4 in 10 in the survey.
Jersey’s heating costs this winter depend on more than temperatures
It's not just about how cold it will be.
New Jersey can expect a good pumpkin season
This Halloween and fall will enjoy good-sized and plentiful pumpkins in New Jersey. A farm bureau expert says, pin a lot of it on the weather.
Manufacturing jobs pay well — How do we get more of them in NJ?
A new bipartisan panel of state lawmakers called The Manufacturing Caucus will take a look at spurring New Jersey's manufacturing sector to help bring it into the 21st century.
Buyer beware! How hackers are stealing real estate transaction down payments
Hackers will often get access to the email accounts of professionals involved in real estate transactions ... and then wait.
Get ready for all the pretty colors of fall in New Jersey
Moderate weather and good rainfall this summer will translate into some spectacular fall foliage across New Jersey this fall.
How to properly secure car seats for older kids
Safe Kids Worldwide has launched a campaign to educate parents and child caregivers about the proper way to fasten child safety seats for older, forward-facing kids 2 and up.
Wanted: More school board candidates in New Jersey
Some New Jersey school boards have seen a shrinking pool of available candidates.
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.