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 among the highest for corporate income taxes
The Washington, D.C.-based Tax Foundation finds that New Jersey's business-unfriendly corporate income tax rate is among the nation's highest.
Heart disease still the No. 1 killer — but you can prevent it
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death.
Coronavirus might be good for one thing … even lower oil prices
The gas price average in New Jersey has dropped 4 cents-a gallon in the past week, according to AAA. And the price in the state is 7 cents cheaper than a month ago.
Peregrine falcons make a comeback: Birds of prey love NJ city life
The peregrine falcon comeback in New Jersey continues to be a success story.
New Jersey gets high marks for LGBTQ protections
It's one of 17 states to get the highest rankings from yearly State Equality Index.
Do cops need new ID policy after arresting the wrong man in Lakewood?
In the aftermath of the mistaken-identity arrest of a music teacher in Jackson, Assemblyman Ron Dancer is sponsoring a bill to implement additional safeguards for police.
Should jobs make the Monday after the Super Bowl a holiday?
The Super Bowl will be played this weekend, and as usual, it will have an impact on the workplace, according to a new survey.
Bill would let kids operate lemonade stands without permits
The measure would apply to other temporary businesses run by minors, too.
Commercial real estate group optimistic about NJ
It sees a continuation of the hot industrial and office commercial real estate market in the state.
New study finds increasing electric vehicle acceptance
It costs about $600 more annually to own and operate one -- but that's mostly because of the purchase price.