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.
New Jersey plays catch-up on affordable housing
A national study finds the supply of affordable housing in New Jersey is insufficient, with 33 available units for every 100 low-income renter households.
Unusual gas price drop in NJ as spring approaches
With plummeting oil prices and a weakening global economy, New Jersey is seeing a rarity: cheaper gas as spring approaches.
Dow dropped a lot — but panic can hurt your holdings
The stock market closed sharply lower Monday, on continuing fears about novel coronavirus and tanking of world oil markets.
‘Good sign for NJ’ — Businesses making the most of workforce
Federal statistics show that New Jersey's labor underutilization — the number of people in the state either unemployed or underemployed — declined during 2019.
NJ Turnpike Authority adding more electric car charging stations
The installations are part of New Jersey's goal to put more electric vehicles on the road by 2025.
NJ lawmaker seeks funding to clean up harmful algal blooms
Assemblywoman Betty Lou DeCroce has introduced legislation to help pay for removal of hazardous 'algal blooms' that plagued lakes in a few towns last year.
Federal lawmakers from NJ worried about young athletes’ safety
New Jersey members of Congress are introducing legislation called the Safe Play Act in an effort to protect child athletes from concussions, cardiac arrests and heat-related sports injuries.
If you’re treating the Lottery as an investment, there’s a problem
The New Jersey Lottery and the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey are trying to raise awareness about problem gambling.
Voter registration drive starts for NJ ex-cons on parole, probation
The law will take effect on March 17.
Little snow this year but still plenty of potholes on NJ roads
Potholes, that never-ending scourge of motorists, seem to have gotten worse this winter because of the constant changes in weather.