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.
Poll Shows Holidays Stress Some
A new Monmouth University poll finds most of us enjoy the holidays, but the season still has its share of stresses.
Improving veterans’ mental health in New Jersey
A New Jersey health care group has received a three-year $375,000 federal grant to address veterans' mental health care.
Wanted: Amateur Weather Watchers — Here’s How to Volunteer
Those with an interest in weather can volunteer to be a weather observer in the Garden State.
NJ Gas Prices Drift Lower — For Now
Gas prices continue to drift lower as we head toward the end of 2018 -- but an expert warns that next year will be different.
Oh, Christmas Tree! It’s Big Business in NJ
New Jersey farms are in the middle of their annual "choose and cut" Christmas tree season.
South Jersey’s Growing Drug Problem
A South Jersey Drug Enforcement Administration official says the toxic combination of rampant opioid and heroin abuse has created an epidemic in New Jersey.
Could California Mega Wildfires Happen in NJ’s Pinelands?
Recent California wildfires destroyed homes and killed residents, many of whom lived in close proximity to forests and woodlands.
NJ Unemployment Rate Hits 17-year Low
State Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo says it is positive and historic news.
NJ Retailers Anticipate Jolly Holidays for Sales
A survey from a North Jersey-based commercial real estate company finds a lot of optimism among their retail clients as we head toward the holiday shopping season.
Cut Food Stamps? 15,000 Veterans in NJ Rely on Them
A New Jersey group fighting hunger in the state points to a new report that shows New Jersey veterans rely on assistance for food.