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.
After Trump endorsement, Christie has lowest NJ approval ratings ever
Governor Christie's popularity has taken another hit in a new poll.
After Memorial Day, NJ teens in ‘100 deadliest days’ on the roads
Triple-A warns parents about distracted teen driving during the, "100 Deadliest Days"
In New Jersey, diabetes information now just a phone call away
A state helpline will now offer up-front diabetes treatment and prevention information.
Take a look at the wild orchids of New Jersey’s Pine Barrens
Some stunning examples of the orchid can be seen right here in the Garden State's biggest garden...the Pinelands.
New Jersey’s historical lighthouses at risk of going dark (PHOTOS)
As state funding dries up, historical societies fight to keep local coastal lighthouses in New Jersey open.
Jersey Realtors warn home buyers about scam that can cost bigtime
Let the buyer beware! A new phishing scam is costing unsuspecting home buyers money.
Will May’s wet start breed more Jersey mosquitoes?
Some in New Jersey are keeping a wary eye out for mosquitoes with news of the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Why the new Rutgers tomato is a sell-out hit with gardeners
The Rutgers 250 is a retro tomato, harking back to a 1934 variety developed by researchers at Rutgers University. This variety of tomato is so-named because this year is the university's 250th anniversary.
Job interview? You have 15 minutes to prove yourself
How to find that interview 'window' if you are a job seeker.
The push is on to bring international companies to New Jersey
Following the great recession, many New Jersey counties are making moves to bring international corporations here.