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.
Wildwood beach too long to walk? Now you can park on it
Wildwood will begin allowing parking on the beach this summer, 4-wheel drive vehicles only, starting on Memorial Day weekend.
Not ready to own a dog? Just rent one from NJ shelter
The Camden County Animal Shelter is trying, "Rent-A-Dog," where your can have a pooch for a few hours or for a walk in the park.
PSE&G is replacing old gas pipes — and you’re paying for it
But environmentalists say the state should instead be moving toward renewable energy.
Jersey jumps into online poker pool with 2 other states
New Jersey will jump into a tri-state internet poker pool gaming arrangement with Delaware and Nevada, in a roll out slated to begin tomorrow.
Mosquitoes love NJ but here’s how to keep them away
A wet weather run up to the spring season will, unfortunately, make it easier for Jersey's unofficial, "national bird," the mosquito, to proliferate.
How to get rid of old, unwanted medication
Next Saturday is "Drug Take Back Day."
False alarms are a big problem for police
Responding to false alarms has become a major misdirection of resources for many New Jersey police departments.
We’re all going to die, so we might as well prepare for it
New Jerseyans nearing the end of their lives receive treatment that is more aggressive and 20 percent more expensive on average than it is elsewhere.
Gas prices continue to climb in NJ — Here are best deals
Rising gas prices continues just as the spring/summer driving season gets set to take off.
Know a veteran? 7,000 jobs available to them in Atlantic City
The New Jersey Casino Control Commission will partner with the American Legion and the State Parole Board to hold a veterans job fair in Atlantic City on Thursday.