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.
Atlantic City Wants Taxpayers to Win With Bigger Slice of Sports Betting Pie
Atlantic City officials want to see legislation from Trenton to rearrange the tax formula for the very-hot sports betting activity so that the city sees some tax-relief revenue.
Stockton University is Trying to Teach Civility in Political Discussions
In an effort to revive civility in the discussion of politics, Stockton University will sponsor a series of small-group and community discussions on the issue starting in January.
After 30 years, Stockton’s observatory exploring the skies again
Stockton University is reopening a long-dormant observatory this month after its closure about 30 years ago.
Deer Rutting Season is Underway in New Jersey
AAA/Mid-Atlantic spokeswoman Tracy Noble says the animals are focused on each other, and sometimes they throw caution to the wind when it comes to fast-moving cars on roads and highways.
Record-low Unemployment in NJ With Private-sector Boom
New Jersey's unemployment rate has dipped to a new record low of 3.1% as of September, according to figures from the State Department of Labor and Workforce development.
Butterflies in NJ are About to Make a 2,000-mile Trip to Mexico
"The monarch butterfly...has no adaptation that allows it to survive the prolonged freezes of winter in any of its life stages," says Mark Garland, director of the Cape May Monarch Monitoring Project.
The Parts of NJ Where Employment Figures are Looking the Best
Federal payroll statistics show strong employment growth in two areas of New Jersey — north and south.
How NJ trains all the pros who respond to highway emergencies
The State Department of Transportation has just completed another training exercise for first responders, fire/rescue, police tow truck operators and others.
Accountants Worried NJ’s Fiscal Problems Could Impact Business
The NJ Society of Certified Public Accountants conducted a survey among members last month to determine their biggest concerns about the state as it pertains to operating a business.
NJ Lottery’s New ‘Cash Pop’ Game — Win With Just One Number
A new lottery game is now available at New Jersey retailers called Cash Pop -- and you can win by picking just one number.