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.
Hurricane sent NJ gas prices rising. When will they come back down?
Those eye-popping gas price spikes should peak in the next few days, according to Patrick DeHaan of gasbuddy.com.
Lights, cameras … big bucks! NJ not Hollywood, but still reels in show business
The New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission is well into another busy year, coordinating film and video projects statewide.
Refunds for late NJ Transit trains? NJ lawmaker says yes
A bill sponsored by Assemblyman Rob Clifton, R-Monmouth, would force NJ Transit to offer a free replacement ticket to a rail rider if their train is more than an hour late.
Why did the diamondback terrapin cross the road? Trying to survive in Jersey
A lawmaker wants shore towns to ramp up protection for a favorite Jersey animal, the diamondback terrapin, a type of turtle that inhabits salt marshes.
How much of that solar eclipse will NJ get to see?
Next Monday afternoon, the U.S. will see its first total solar eclipse in the last 99 years.
Need for blood doesn’t take summer break — Donate in NJ today
During the summer, blood donations slow down, along with a lot of other things. What does not slow down is the urgent need for blood at New Jersey hospitals.
A rainy New Jersey summer, but not a record-breaker
New Jersey has seen a lot more rain than usual this summer. But the official scorekeeper says it has not been record-breaking.
NJ utilities are upgrading thousands of miles of old natural gas lines
PSE&G has proposed another round of modernization and upgrades of its natural gas infrastructure.
The famous Jersey tomato has finally arrived for the season
This year's New Jersey tomato season has been "a little slow," according to State Agriculture Secretary Doug Fisher. But he says they are finally here.
Need a nap? Report says workplace fatigue is rampant
Working tired has reached epidemic proportions in the workplace, according to a new report from the National Safety Council.