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.
Record-low unemployment in NJ with private-sector boom
New Jersey's unemployment rate has dipped to a new record low of 3.1% as of September, according to figures from the State Department of Labor and Workforce development.
Butterflies in NJ are about to make a 2,000-mile trip to Mexico
Fall is the time of year when you can see a fair number of Monarch and some other species of butterflies migrating southward for the winter.
$41M project keeps NJ’s Picatinny Arsenal in vital defense role
New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez has announced successful efforts to secure $41-million in funding for a new Munitions Disassembly Complex at Picatinny Arsenal in Morris County.
New Jersey fall gas prices: It keeps getting cheaper
And an expert says it is likely to continue.
Qutting a job? 50 percent say it’s over a bad boss
But there are opportunities to improve those relationships.
A new app to report school threats in Morris County
The Morris County Sheriff's Office, in cooperation with local police in the county, have unveiled a new app for anonymously reporting threats to school safety.
The parts of NJ where employment figures are looking the best
Federal payroll statistics show strong employment growth in two areas of New Jersey — north and south.
NJ truck freight and traffic likely to see continued growth
Freight shipments in New Jersey are among the highest in the U.S., and truck shipments are projected to increase at one of the fastest rates in the nation, according to a pro-trucking industry trade group.
Rutgers dental school seeks alternatives to opioids for pain management
The Rutgers School of Dental Medicine will receive $11.7-million to study alternative pain management methods to the use of opioids for dental patients.
Be careful: More than 400 deaths on NJ roads so far in 2019
So far in 2019, there have been 423 deaths in New Jersey related to driving.