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.
The nuisance calls just keep on coming: How many do you get every month?
A new survey finds annoying junk calls are still a big problem for anyone with a telephone.
New Jersey universities come together to share Big Data
9 New Jersey universities have banded together to form an alliance to share and disseminate so-called, "Big Data," the constant ebb and flow of information that all of us experience daily.
Organ transplants are making a difference in New Jersey
The group charged with the recovery and placement of donated organs in New Jersey says donations saved 16 percent more lives in 2016.
NJ law enforcement officials ask for better information sharing among agencies
Legislation to improve the flow of critical crime and terror information between New Jersey law enforcement agencies at all levels has passed the State Senate Law and Public Safety Committee.
As casinos shutter, Atlantic City works at tuning up its convention business
The struggle to keep 'em coming to Atlantic City after recent casino closings continues.
Online retailers snapping up North Jersey warehouse space
"Warehouse wars"...they are ongoing right now, as the big bucks online retailers compete for buildings in north Jersey and elsewhere to support their distribution of merchandise.
NJ urges homeowners to test for this deadly radioactive gas
New Jersey's Health Department is focusing the spotlight on a silent killer that may be lurking right in your home.
Economists see business in NJ growing in 2017, but slowly
Gov. Chris Christie says there are good things happening with New Jersey's economy. Is he right?
Atlantic City mayor jokes about the millions that casino is owed in tax refund
Mayor Don Guardian talked about the many setbacks last year and his hopes for the new year.
Happy new year! NJ businesses optimistic as Trump takes office
A new survey from Wells Fargo and Gallup finds small business owners in New Jersey and across the country are more optimistic now than they have been since early in 2008.