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.
Homes in NJ — and Northeast — least likely to be burglarized
A new report shows New Jersey ranked as the No. 9 state with the fewest home break-ins this year.
App lets Camden residents notify police of problems
They can quickly send police a tip about anything they see or hear that might be suspicious.
Don’t flush or throw out old medicine: Here’s where to take it
Saturday, April 27 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day across America, an event that began in the Garden State in 2009.
New Jersey still leads the nation in foreclosures
New Jersey remained the highest in the country for ongoing foreclosure activity.
Legalize marijuana banking and credit cards, Menendez says
Legislation would remove the fear of federal retaliation for banks that do normal business transactions with legal marijuana businesses.
NJ urging screenings for lung, colorectal cancers
ScreenNJ is a public awareness campaign to reduce cancer in the state by promoting routine screenings, especially for lung and colorectal cancers.
How Middlesex County is helps addicts’ loved ones connect with help
The "Blue Cares" program coordinates with health partners and aims to get friends and family involved.
NJ lawmakers say all kids — even those here illegally — should be insured
Lawmakers will sponsor legislation to make sure that all New Jersey kids have health coverage from the time they are born.
Union membership declining in New Jersey
Federal labor figures show union membership in New Jersey declined between 2017 and last year.
Report finds North Jersey office space is filling up
North Jersey office and warehouse vacancies have been dropping sharply, as more and more businesses take advantage of the strong economy to lease or purchase new space.