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.
Women still under-represented in Washington and Trenton
Despite an historic run for the White House by a major party candidate this election, little has changed for women in politics.
Residential construction is lagging in New Jersey this year
Residential construction continues to drag in New Jersey. Construction permits in September were lower than in August. And permitting activity in Jersey is down compared to last year.
Struggling Atlantic City vows to fight state takeover
Despite a rejection from Trenton, Atlantic City officials say they will continue to fight for their five-year financial turnaround plan.
Are NJ school zones too dangerous for pedestrians?
School zones in New Jersey are not as safe as you might think, according to a new report from Safe Kids Worldwide.
A new college taking flight in Atlantic County would fill a big need
The wheels have started to turn to get a new college that would train aviation technicians off the ground in Atlantic County.
Lots of snow this year in NJ? Maybe yes … maybe no
Federal forecasters say it could go either way this winter here in New Jersey: mild or harsh, snowy or dry.
Retail theft gets organized — and NJ consumers are footing the bill
Organized retail crime. Whether you are familiar with the term or not, it is likely you are paying for it.
Study finds residents leaving NJ — and taking their money with them
The New Jersey Business and Industry Association says the state has lost almost $21 billion dollars in adjusted gross income over the past 11 years to so-called "outmigration."
Do you like your boss? Most NJ workers do
A new survey from Accountemps takes a look at the relationship between employees and their bosses.
Americans are stressing out over this year’s presidential election
A new survey from the American Psychological Association finds that more than 1 in 2 Americans feel somewhat or significant stress over this year's presidential election.