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.
Economist sees Atlantic City’s turnaround starting
A South Jersey economist says there may be light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to Atlantic City's economic future.
Jersey rage: Residents hate Christie, don’t trust Legislature at all
A new Fairleigh Dickinson/Public Mind Poll shows Jersey voters dissatisfied with the governor and Trenton in general
New small business survey shows optimism for the future
A new survey of small business owners shows more optimism in their ranks about the future than at any time since before the great recession started.
State Police open new South Jersey crime-fighting unit
A new state police center that is up and running in Deptford will coordinate crime-fighting resources and information through six South Jersey counties.
87K seniors in New Jersey have a gambling problem
Gov. Chris Christie has declared the month of March "Problem Gambling Awareness Month."
Jersey Shore home building boom continues
"It sort of seems like the shore, buying a shore house, is almost recession proof."
All of this nice weather has a downside for New Jersey fruit farmers
While you may be enjoying the recent respite from winter, New Jersey fruit farmers are on pins and needles.
Are you giving up your family doctor for the urgent care center? — NJ poll
A new Rutgers Eagleton Poll on healthcare preferences finds urgent care emerging in popularity. But the family doctor is still No. 1.
Road salt can take a costly toll on your vehicle
All of that deicing stuff laid down on Jersey roads, such as brine and rock salt when the weather is bad, can wind up costing big bucks for car owners farther down the road.
You can chat with Monmouth County’s top prosecutor over a cup of coffee
This will be a first in the state, as far as we can tell. A New Jersey county prosecutor wants to sit down this week with county residents, over coffee, to talk about whatever is on their minds.