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.
Thousands of NJ homes could flood due to climate change, report says
In just a year, the estimate has climbed by hundreds.
NJ looks to pump new life into old commercial spaces
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is re-launching a program to help suburban towns repurpose vacant retail and office properties.
NJ has 5th highest car repair costs in the country
A report from GOBankingrates.com shows New Jersey car repair rates are fifth-highest in the country, averaging about $385 for a vehicle annually.
NJ has an official reptile — and it needs help finding places to live
A new cooperative effort between the state and the New Jersey Audubon is under way to save the bog turtle, the state's official reptile.
NJ congressman has 2 ideas to help Americans improve their credit
New Jersey's 5th District Congressman, Democrat Josh Gottheimer, has introduced two bills to help consumers with their credit and their credit security.
NJ keeps having tornadoes: How to stay safe (Rough storms Tues!)
There have been 8 tornadoes in NJ this year.
NJ travelers have choices: Which airports are the best?
Newark isn't the worst.
2019 hurricane season may become more severe
Federal forecasters have changed their prediction for the remainder of this Atlantic hurricane season.
NJ gas company targets invisible leaks that affect climate change
Elizabethtown Gas is deploying new technology to detect methane gas leaks in their system and pinpoint exactly where they are.
Another year, another National Night Out
Tomorrow is, "National Night Out," an annual event that's been held in neighborhoods in towns and cities in New Jersey and across the country for 36 years.