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.
Spring is here, following a moderate and wet winter
With the ushering in of spring today, we can look back at the winter that was as a somewhat un-extraordinary season.
How to Keep Kids Safe Near Water
With spring getting close, the American Academy of Pediatrics has revised its water safety recommendations for children, especially the very young.
NJ expands downtown incentive program
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is expanding its Small Business Lease Assistance Program to help drum up business in downtown areas of 8 more municipalities.
Prescribed burns help Jersey forests
Prescribed or controlled burns are conducted annually by the State Forest Fire Service.
Vintage Trolley From Wildwood May Be Restored to Former Glory
An old trolley car built in 1913 that served Wildwood for years is about to be fully restored by a company in Iowa.
NJ sees record number of ospreys in 2018
A new report finds that a record number of ospreys were observed in New Jersey during the year 2018.
Robocalls up by 46 percent in 2018 — NJ congressman wants crackdown
New Jersey congressman Frank Pallone is reintroducing the Stopping Bad Robocalls Act.
Most Americans can’t cover a $1,000 emergency
A new survey from Bankrate.com shows many Americans lack the money to cover an unexpected $1,000 expense.
Spectacular lunar eclipse on weekend of Jan. 20-21
The next lunar eclipse is coming between Jan. 20 and 21 and, weather permitting, it will be something to see.
NJ government holding $4.7 billion that people haven’t claimed yet
New Jersey's Treasury Department has been reaching out to veterans and widows in the state to reconnect state-held assets with their rightful owners.
Low gas prices in NJ — while it lasts
The sweet ride for those low Jersey gas prices will likely continue into the new year, according to one oil industry expert.
Wanted: Amateur weather watchers — Here’s how to volunteer
Those with an interest in weather can volunteer to be a weather observer in the Garden State.