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.
70% in Burlington, Ocean say roads they live on need repair
A survey done by a Central Jersey congressman found that most people think their roads where they live need repair.
NJ lawmaker has had enough: Make telemarketer ‘spoof’ calls illegal
A bill in Trenton aims to crack down on some "spoofing" tactics being used by telemarketers to mask their true identity.
Coronavirus sends stocks plunging; NJ analyst says don’t freak out
Continued Coronavirus fears, and its impact on the world's economy slammed the stock market on Monday, driving the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 1,032 points.
2020 tax season: Changes in federal, NJ rules you should know
As usual, there are many changes in tax laws this filing season that taxpayers need to be aware of, according to the professionals.
NJ lawmaker says Bitcoin market needs consumer protections
Assemblywoman Yvonne Lopez, D-Middlesex, is sponsoring legislation to create consumer protections and regulations in the virtual currency industry.
Credit union opens branch in NJ high school and hires students to work
Leonia High School in Bergen County has opened a credit union branch right in the school.
Program prepares Democratic women for public office
A program to train New Jersey Democratic women who aspire to run for public office is about to initiate its sixth series of classes.
Buying NJ lottery tickets with your phone — Coming soon?
Small stores in New Jersey that sell lottery tickets over the counter are concerned about a new state law that enables players to buy tickets on their phones, and that's not all.
Thomas Edison State University makes it easier for community college grads
Thomas Edison State University has announced guaranteed admission for community college graduates in New Jersey.
Union County using social media to locate the missing
In Union County, they have started sharing information and profiles about missing persons on social media to keep them in the public consciousness.