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.
Gas prices in New Jersey on a gradual decline
Gas prices have been slowly receding after recent storm-related spikes.
Most tales of workplace sexual misconduct will never become news
The flood of inappropriate workplace behavior stories in the news will hopefully shed a cold, hard light on an issue that's been under served for too long, according to an expert at Rutgers.
Dentists in NJ will start testing for diabetes
New Jersey dentists will become more proactive about diabetes screening among their patients in 2018.
Cyber Monday will be alive and well in the workplace this year
On this "Cyber Monday," estimates show 3 in 4 working employees will use a company device to shop online while they are working.
New app helps NJ hikers track trails and find key attractions
A new app that you can add to your phone or smart device allows you to visit New Jersey parks and recreation areas armed with detailed info about attractions and sites.
To prevent accidents at the accident scenes, NJ trains first responders
New Jersey has trained more than 9-thousand police, firefighters and other first responders in traffic incident management...hands-on skills at the scene of a highway accident or medical emergency.
Report identifies Jersey Shore’s winners and losers when sea levels rise
The ongoing sea level rise from global warming will impact New Jersey's coast in varying degrees, according to a new report.
Gaming industry backs NJ’s fight for sports betting
The American Gaming Association says they are solidly behind New Jersey's efforts to change federal law to allow states to participate in sports betting.
How to make workers happier around the holidays
A new survey from Accountemps finds half of U.S. workers are more happy during the holidays. But more than a third are stressed.
Teen drinkers become bad sleepers, Rutgers research finds
A Rutgers-Camden researcher has discovered an important link between insomnia among early adolescents and alcohol use frequency.