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.
New Jersey could see a sky show Friday night, weather permitting
Tonight! For one night only! Coming to a New Jersey sky near you! An astronomical triple-treat!
This is why NJ once again has the highest auto insurance costs
For the fifth year in a row, New Jersey has the highest average auto insurance costs in the country.
NJ teen’s death at hands of distracted driver sparks life-saving contest
An anti-distracted driving group is about to launch a contest for students in schools affiliated with Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) to create a meme and a video with a message.
Jersey retailers optimistic about 2017 and not worried about online competition
A survey of bricks-and-mortar retailers in the state by a real estate management firm found a lot of optimism about the new year. Many also says they not only co-exist with online retailing, they have incorporated it into their operations.
Your Super Bowl Sunday liability as a party host — NJ insurance expert explains
What happens if someone gets drunk at your Super Bowl party and gets hurt?
Poll finds NJ residents want Christie to widen his priorities
A new Quinnipiac University Poll finds New Jersey residents care about affordable housing and public school funding.
New dogwood tree variety developed by Rutgers is pretty … and tough!
Rutgers researchers have a new and improved version of an old tree favorite in New Jersey.
The next generation of politics? Millennials not interested, Rutgers study finds
They want to change the world. Just not by running for office.
Top destinations for vacationing NJ residents this year
AAA says 42 percent of Americans are planning to take a vacation in 2017.
The plan that school-choice advocates want for NJ
This week has been proclaimed "School Choice Week" in New Jersey in order to focus on support for alternatives to public schools.