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.
‘Tis the sneezin’ season once again
The spring season is welcomed by many of us for different reasons. But a New Jersey allergy expert says spring also has a down side.
Spring is here, following a moderate and wet winter
With the ushering in of spring today, we can look back at the winter that was as a somewhat un-extraordinary season.
Why ‘March Madness’ can be good for your workplace
A new Robert Half survey finds most managers happy to welcome the buzz and energy.
Newer voting machines in NJ get back to paper trail
Using some of the $10.2-million Federal dollars received to improve the integrity of the voting process, New Jersey has begun to incorporate newer voting machines into its election process.
How to keep kids safe near water
With spring getting close, the American Academy of Pediatrics has revised its water safety recommendations for children, especially the very young.
Outrage in Trenton over billions in proposed utility rate hikes
Consumer and environmental groups showed up Wednesday at the Statehouse with 23,000 postcard petitions.
For first time, Rutgers has counted all the tick species in NJ
A team at Rutgers has completed a comprehensive list of the tick species identified in New Jersey.
Things aren’t looking good for Trump in 2020, NJ poll says
A new Monmouth University poll finds President Trump's support eroding in key swing counties that elected him in 2016.
With 911eye, NJ cops can see your emergency in real-time
The emergency video streaming service works with smartphones to share data with police.
Anyone buying fur anymore? Trapping is way down in NJ
New Jersey fur trappers are doing less trapping these days, and the pelts they take are declining in value.