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.
Gas Prices Keep Rising Slowly in New Jersey
Gas prices continue to creep upward in New Jersey, at an average of $2.37 a gallon right now, according to the AAA Auto Club. And that's up a nickel from a week ago.
Sen. Booker’s Presidential Bid More Positive Than Christie’s
A new Monmouth University poll finds New Jersey voters are more positive about U.S. Sen. Cory Booker's presidential run than they were about former Gov. Chris Christie's bid.
Vintage Trolley From Wildwood May Be Restored to Former Glory
An old trolley car built in 1913 that served Wildwood for years is about to be fully restored by a company in Iowa.
NJ Sees Record Number of Ospreys in 2018
Report co-author Benjamin Wurst, of The Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, says 932 ospreys were spotted along New Jersey's coast last year.
Jersey Farmers — Some are Still Working in Winter
"They are really just taking a step back from a robust season. They are working all of the time. They really do work year-round," State Secretary of Agriculture Doug Fisher said.
NJ accountants say tax incentives are not effective for businesses
A survey by the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants finds more than half of their members believe state tax incentives do not attract business.
New Jersey Small Business Loans Surging
New Jersey's Small Business Administration Office has been booming over the past year. Fiscal year 2018 was another record year in terms of loan activity.
ER Patients with Chronic Conditions, Usually Poor, Cost NJ Hospitals $1B
A new study finds some of the state's poorest areas struggle with the most chronic health conditions, costing hospital emergency rooms more than $1B in 2017 alone.
Robocalls Up By 46% in 2018 — NJ Congressman Wants Crackdown
It's estimated that telemarketers made 26.3 billion unwanted calls in the United States last year, a 46 percent increase from the previous year.
Cape May County is Getting a Recovery High School
South Jersey is about to get its first recovery high school to assist students who are struggling with addiction or mental health problems.