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.
Federal Rules Creating a Doctor Shortage in NJ
New Jersey's two U.S. Senators and two members of the State's House delegation propose legislation to fix the state's worsening doctor shortage.
NJ to Discuss Best Ways to Fix Streets to Improve Safety
The NJDOT receive a $16,000 federal grant to conduct a series of statewide workshops aimed at reducing fatal accidents, especially those involving pedestrians.
One Million Oysters Will Be Deployed at NJ Military Base Tuesday
Environmentalists with the New York/New Jersey Baykeeper program will deploy a million oysters at Naval Weapons Station Earle in Monmouth County Tuesday.
Know How to Protect Your Pets From House Fires
Frank Ellis, state coordinator of the NJ and PenJerDel chapters of the National Fire Sprinkler Association says "pet proofing your home is definitely a good strategy."
NJ Launches Mosquito Awareness Campaign
The state Department of Health has launched an awareness campaign this month to ramp up efforts to stave off mosquito-borne illness.
Four Tornadoes? NJ Has Had Years With Up to 10 of Them
Although NJ has seen four tornadoes so far this year, state Climatologist Dave Robinson says that number is simply on the high side of the annual average for the state.
A Busy Sky in July: Two Full Moons, Meteors, Bright Planets
The Jersey July sky is an active one for astronomy buffs, with visible planets, a full moon, and meteor showers.
Where Your Paycheck Goes Furthest in New Jersey
Your paycheck will go further in certain New Jersey counties.
Philly Oil Refinery Explosion May Cause Gas Prices to ‘Wobble’
Trouble with Iran, higher crude prices, a refinery fire in nearby Philadelphia -- all problems that may cause gas prices to "wobble," near term, according to one expert.
New Jersey Had a ‘Real’ Spring Season This Year
This just-finished spring season in the Garden State does not break any weather records despite its very wet finish.