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 humble dandelion has a place at the dinner table in NJ
"It is so hot right now to have the local ingredients and the farm-to-table ingredients. And certainly, dandelion provides that."
New law will help many in New Jersey clear nonviolent criminal record
A new law in New Jersey may give many with a criminal record a second chance.
It’s booming for NJ women small-business owners
The number of loans to small businesses owned by women in New Jersey has jumped 48 percent in the first five months of fiscal 2016.
Cold Jersey nights put state’s blueberry crop in jeopardy
Jersey blueberry farmers are keeping their eyes on the nightime thermometer this week.
So you landed that job — but if you want to keep it, take this advice from NJ bosses
A new employee's relationship with their new employer usually get settled in a relatively short time period. Survey shows 2 in 3 bosses give new employees less than three months.
The reasons why NJ gets so many forest and brush fires this time of year
When it comes to the spring season, what we don't look forward to in New Jersey are the brush and forest fires.
Hearings will focus on fairness in municipal courts
A series of four hearings by the New Jersey State Bar Association over the next few months will focus on the independence of municipal courts in New Jersey.
Overprotective parents to blame for kids with allergies, NJ expert says
Twice as many people today with allergies than 25 years ago, and there are twice as many things people are now allergic to.
Fido might be too fat: Ocean County vet warns about pet obesity
Here's how to tell whether your cat or dog are too overweight and what you can do about it.
Why New Jerseyans are worried about what’s in their water
Are you concerned about the quality of your drinking water in New Jersey? A new poll shows the majority of residents are.