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.
NJ voters will be asked to expand property tax break to vets
Jersey residents will vote in November on whether to expand an expansion of a tax break for certain veterans.
Drivers and pedestrians both get safety lessons in NJ campaign
Street Smart NJ, an awareness campaign designed to curb the high number of pedestrian fatalities on New Jersey's streets and roads, has kicked off another summer safety campaign.
Federal program has been helping vets buy homes for 75 years
The VA Loan Program, which enables military veterans to obtain housing loans with the Fed's backing, has just marked its 75th anniversary.
Little evidence of a digital divide in NJ, poll finds
Almost everyone in New Jersey has access to the internet, the poll finds.
Will driving while high get you in trouble when weed is legal?
A new survey from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety finds many Americans do not believe they'll get busted for driving after using marijuana.
New Jersey had a ‘real’ spring season this year
This just-finished spring season in the Garden State does not break any weather records, despite its very wet finish.
What’s the most annoying thing about your coworkers?
A new survey finds workers have a lot of complaints about their coworkers.
For NJ dairy farmers, glass is half empty regarding profits
New Jersey joins the rest of the country this June in marking, "National Dairy Month," a celebration of dairy farmers and the essential food products that they produce.
Governor Who? One-third in NJ don’t know Murphy is governor, poll says
Murphy shouldn't feel bad — the national stat is just as bad.
NJ lawmakers want county teams to investigate all overdoses
Legislation working its way through Trenton would establish, "overdose fatality review teams" in each county.