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.
It’s time for bald eagles to thrive in New Jersey
The first incubations of the year have started, according to the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey.
A plan to give every NJ kid healthcare — including illegal immigrants
A report from liberal think tank New Jersey Policy Perspective is calling for the state to achieve universal health coverage for children.
These New Jersey MVC offices come to you
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Comission has now deployed a pair of mobile units that they say will help to improve customer convenience.
Jersey doctors give state a huge economic boost, report says
But New Jersey is still exporting many more doctors who are trained here to other states.
Jersey City has a new method for training police
Jersey City has been using a pre-training routine for new police recruits.
Pay up … or it’s lights out! NJ utility warns of latest scam
Atlantic City Electric warns its customers that scammers are calling around and threatening service cutoffs within a hour for unpaid bill balances.
Thousands of NJ immigrants to lose legal status — Devastating, or about time?
Nearly 200,000 Salvadorans living in the U.S. will lose 'temporary protected status' if the Trump administration decides to lift it.
Radioactive radon gas could be in your home — have you tested?
January is 'Radon Action Month' in New Jersey and across the country. It's a time for home owners to consider running a radon test to measure radon levels.
Fracking gas helps lower NJ utility bills in January and February
Public Service Electric &Gas says their New Jersey natural gas customers will realize a reduction on winter gas bills.
Cheerleaders and dollars: Prescription for growing NJ’s biopharma industry
A new report shows Jersey's Biopharma industry, a key part of our economy, continues to grow, but at a lower pace than the industry in some other states.