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.
It’s that time of year: Clear your medicine cabinet of unused pills
Tomorrow is the 11th annual, "American Medicine Chest Challenge," a day to rid your medicine chest...and home...of unwanted prescription and other medications.
Teens today more likely to smoke marijuana than tobacco
More teens are using marijuana and alcohol than smoking cigarettes, according to a study from the University of Nebraska College of Public Health.
Uh oh … Deer rutting season is underway in New Jersey
Bad news for people on the road.
You can get rid of unwanted medications safely Saturday
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day returns to locations throughout NJ.
NJ universities launching sea robots to learn about hurricanes
Underwater robot gliders are measuring air and sea interaction during hurricanes in the mid-Atlantic region, in a collaborative effort between Rutgers and Monmouth University.
NJ repairs 175,000 potholes so far in 2019, and more to go
The battle to repair potholes on New Jersey roads is an ongoing one, all year round, according to State Transportation Department Spokesman Steve Schapiro.
Technology could help schools stop kids from vaping, lawmaker says
As the nation's attention turns to the potential dangers of vaping, a congressman believes technology holds the key to curbing underage e-cig use.
Have you heard? There’s a school election on Sept. 24
On Tuesday, voters in 9 New Jersey school districts will decide on spending for improvements to facilities with a total pricetag of almost $190-million
Get ready for higher NJ gas prices … but not just gas
Those attacks on Saudi Arabian oil production last weekend will have a negative impact on pump prices in New Jersey.
Forgot your kid? Mandatory alarm proposed for new cars
Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone is pushing for a law to install reminder devices in cars to detect and alert drivers that a child is in the back seat, to deter deaths of kids left in cars.