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.
NJ invests $11M in upgrading workers’ skills
The state is set to dole out $11 million in fiscal 2017 to New Jersey businesses for training that will upgrade workers' skills.
5 ways to protect your identity, finances while on vacation
Many of us go on vacation at this time of year. Unfortunately, identity thieves know this, and take advantage at every turn.
Forget Georgia: Why you can’t beat Jersey-fresh peaches
Following a spring of topsy-turvy weather for New Jersey peach growers, the news is better.
How do you say it, Jersey: ‘To the beach’ or ‘down the shore’?
A new Triple-A poll should settle this once and for all, do New Jerseyans go, "to the beach?' or, "down the shore?"
NJ closer to regulating ride-share apps like Uber, Lyft
The State Senate is set to vote today on regulations for ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft.
Survey shows a decrease in homeless in New Jersey
A new survey of New Jersey's homeless population shows a 12% decrease from a year ago. But advocates for the homeless say we still have a way to go in helping this population.
Summertime, and the burglarizing is easy: Protect your home while on vacation
It is summertime, and the vacation season is in high gear. But Triple-A reminds us it is also the hot season for home break-ins while you're away.
Jersey Shore tourists warned not to harass marine mammals
Shore tourists are likely to observe an occasional dolphin or sea turtle in the water at this time of the year. The messages from an expert is "look, but don't touch."
How to look out for rip currents and what to do when caught in one
New Jersey beach goers beware! There are some strong rip currents offshore these days. We have some advice from an expert about preventing a tragedy when you go in the water.
Fed action on interest rates won’t matter to everyday Americans, NJ economist says
The Federal Reserve has decided that a cloudy economic picture means their key Federal Funds Rate will stay unchanged.