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.
An early allergy season for New Jersey?
The hint of an early spring may prompt allergy sufferers to wonder about the spring pollen season. One expert says it may start early.
‘Early’ is the key word in fighting colon cancer
Throughout the month of March, the American Cancer Society will step up efforts to urge early detection for colon cancer during "Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month."
Many employers would rehire ex-employees, survey says
The climate is right for those ex-employees seeking to return to their former employers, according to a new survey from Accountemps.
Christie: If AC runs out of money, it’s the Assembly speaker’s responsibility
If a key Trenton lawmaker does not agree with a state takeover plan for Atlantic City, Gov. Chris Christie says he plans to wash his hands of the issue.
Motorists aren’t too ‘revved up’ about self-driving cars, survey shows
A new AAA survey finds three out of four drivers are afraid to ride in a vehicle that drives itself. But many in the survey would, or already have, embraced some of the technology in the overall self-driving vehicle package.
Prison population down sharply in NJ
New Jersey's prison population has been reduced by 31 percent during a 15-year period, the biggest drop in the nation.
Common medications are being ‘over-prescribed,’ study shows
A new study suggests that several commonly-prescribed anti-anxiety medications are being overused and over-prescribed at an alarming rate.
Rutgers program to help NJ veterans get medical care sooner
Rutgers University has launched a new statewide initiative to speed up the process for New Jersey veterans trying to get medical and mental health care.
Breakfast is served, and more NJ schools are participating
New Jersey has come a long way in a short time when it comes to providing low-income students with breakfast at school, a new report shows.
‘Which Christie will show up’ for NJ budget address?
Gov. Chris Christie will delivers his budget address Tuesday afternoon at the statehouse, in his first public appearance since coming off of the campaign trail.