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.
Report Says NJ Should Spend More Public Funds Fighting Deportation
New Jersey Policy Perspective, a liberal Trenton think tank, has issued a report calling for increased legal funding to assist illegal immigrants fighting deportation.
Atlantic City Cops Invite Public to Walk With Them On the Beat
Atlantic City police and members of the Atlantic County law enforcement community join together on Tuesday, June 26 for a walk through town with local residents.
NJ Town Considers Requiring Background Checks for Renting
Brick has been considering an ordinance to require landlords to do criminal background checks before they rent to a prospective tenant.
NJ Counties Where People Spend More of Their Income on Gas
Those higher gas prices are putting a dent in a lot of New Jersey wallets this year. And some may even change vacation and travel plans.
Republicans and Democrats Agree on Why NJ Sucks
A new Fairleigh Dickinson University Poll that asked New Jersey and how they rate our state versus the rest of the country finds positive and negative indicators.
A Dire Warning About the $15 Minimum Wage in NJ
A report from the Employment Policies Institute suggests New Jersey could lose roughly 32,000 minimum wage jobs.
A Jersey Shore Town is Offering Free Sunscreen
Business Administrator Scott Wahl says Avalon is believed to be the first shore town in New Jersey to offer the sunscreen, strategically located near a beach entrance and at a recreational area.
Ever Get a Surprise Medical Bill? You’re Definitely Not Alone
A new poll found that more than 400,000 New Jersey families received large and unexpected medical bills over the course of a year.
As Many as 9 Hurricanes Predicted for the Atlantic This Year
Forecasters are out with their predictions for the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, which begins June 1. Things could get rough.
Gun Safety Begins at Home, Rutgers Study Finds
Assistant Professor Sallie Porter says their study of 10 gun safety program studies found firearm safety really begins at home.