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.
Can you afford to retire in New Jersey?
A new study finds New Jersey is the sixth-worst place in the United States in which to retire.
Bankruptcy may not solve Atlantic City’s problems, expert says
While Atlantic City officials talk about a possible bankruptcy filing, one expert calls the notion a really bad idea.
NJ still ready for its close up as a movie-making hotspot
New Jersey continues to be in the thick of the film and TV production game, and there is much more than fame and prestige at stake when the cameras roll.
Thinking of buying a car in NJ? Now might be a good time
Car sales enjoyed a record year in 2015, both in the United States and in New Jersey, a retail association says.
Mostly snow-less winters in NJ are rare, but they do happen
You may have noticed that the strong El Nino winter has yielded next to no snow in New Jersey so far, and while that's unusual, it has happened before.
2015 NJ foreclosures filings lowest since 2011
For the first time in four years, New Jersey mortgage foreclosures declined in 2015.
Many Americans lack enough savings for simple financial emergencies, survey says
A new survey finds almost two in three Americans do not have enough savings squirreled away to absorb an unexpected $500 car repair bill.
Most people believe climate change is real, poll shows
A new Monmouth University Poll finds 7 in 10 Americans believe climate change is real, but they aren't sure whether human activity is responsible.
NJ pet shops cited for violations
The NJ Division of Consumer Affairs has cited a number of pet shops for failing to comply with requirements designed to prevent the purchase of an unhealthy animal.
5 tips for keeping your New Year’s resolutions
We have some advice from an expert on how to actually follow through and keep your New Year's resolutions. Here are five tips that will help you stick to those resolutions throughout the year.