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 doctors bracing for a rough year as medical landscape changes
A survey of New Jersey doctors finds nearly 1 in 2 have altered their practice structure in the past year.
NJ effort to get owners are selling their companies … to their employees?
The New Jersey/New York Center for Employee Ownership at Rutgers is working to stem the tide of the so-called "silver tsunami."
Transplanting organs by printer? NJ organ-donor agency says it’s coming
There are over 4,000 people waiting in New Jersey for a life-saving transplant.
NJ dad who lost daughter in crash says youth can put brakes on distracted driving
Highway deaths in New Jersey from distracted driving increased by 19 percent from 2013 to last year.
The stink bug: Harmless in homes but the NJ farmer’s enemy
Stink bugs are on their way inside many Jersey homes this time of year, as they seek shelter from chilly weather.
Why you should put out a teal-colored pumpkin for Halloween this year
"The Teal Pumpkin Project" asks people to place a teal-colored pumpkin out front on Halloween if you are offering non-food treats for kids with food allergies.
Congressman wants federal action on leading killer of NJ student athletes
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says one student athlete in America falls victim every three to four days.
NJ sheriff says your home might easy pickings for burglars
A new survey from ooma.com shows 6 in 10 Americans leave their windows open when they are away...one of many security goofs that include leaving doors unlocked...4 in 10 in the survey.
Jersey’s heating costs this winter depend on more than temperatures
It's not just about how cold it will be.
New Jersey can expect a good pumpkin season
This Halloween and fall will enjoy good-sized and plentiful pumpkins in New Jersey. A farm bureau expert says, pin a lot of it on the weather.