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.
As casinos close, can sports help save Atlantic City?
As the sports world continues to expand, so do the convention and event chances for a place like Atlantic City, as they try to fill the gap created by a shrinking casino industry.
Study finds few benefits for North Jersey casino expansion
Study shows relatively few new permanent jobs would be created because the North Jersey gaming halls would not be a destination for families
Apartment construction outpacing single-family homes in NJ
Jersey housing construction permits soared in August, but single-family construction continues to lag, according to the U.S. Census.
Help Wanted: NJ small businesses are hurting for talent
Whether it's "soft skills" or technical skills, businesses in New Jersey say they have trouble finding the right people for the job.
NJ legislation would make sure service dogs aren’t denied from public spaces
Assemblywoman Pam Lampitt is backing legislation she says is needed to underscore acceptance of service dogs in public places.
NJ university hopes lock boxes for students will be key in fighting drug abuse
Stockton University in Galloway Township is working to stem drug misuse by offering resident students lock boxes for their medicines.
The fall agritourism season returns to New Jersey
As fall approaches once again, New Jersey farms are committed to another season of pumpkin pickings and hayrides.
NJ has the most Millennials still living at home with parents
New Jersey leads the nation with the number of young adults still living with their parents.
NJ trees won’t hold their pretty fall colors this autumn
Those in New Jersey who are looking forward to, "the colors of autumn,"...the tree foliage as the leaves turn...may be disappointed this year.
400 fewer patients died last year from NJ hospital infections
New Jersey hospitals are touting results of an effort to reduce deadly infections, reporting 400 lives saved statewide in the first year of a new program.