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.
Know How to Protect Your Pets From House Fires
Today is, "National Pet Fire Safety Awareness Day," to focus attention on keeping pets safe from fires in the home.
Survey Shows Sunday Is the New Monday for Workers
Is Sunday night the new Monday morning for job stress?
NJ Launches Mosquito Awareness Campaign
Watch out for mosquitoes!
4 Tornadoes? NJ Has Had Years With Up to 10 of Them
How many tornadoes are normal for New Jersey in a year?
A Busy Sky in July: 2 Full Moons, Meteors, Bright Planets
The Jersey July sky is an active one for astronomy buffs, with visable planets, a full moon and meteor showers.
Where Your Paycheck Goes Furthest in New Jersey
In most cases, it's North Jersey, according to one ranking.
What’s the most annoying thing about your coworkers?
A new survey finds workers have a lot of complaints about their coworkers.
For NJ dairy farmers, glass is half empty regarding profits
New Jersey joins the rest of the country this June in marking, "National Dairy Month," a celebration of dairy farmers and the essential food products that they produce.
Atlantic City cops giving their cell phone numbers to locals
Atlantic City police have formed a "Neighborhood Coordination Unit," to engage local residents, day-to-day, about their concerns and problems in the city.
‘Near-normal’ Atlantic hurricane season predicted for 2019
The latest prediction from federal forecasters calls for a normal or near-normal Atlantic hurricane season this year.
Memorial Day 2019 to be among busiest ever on NJ roads
Despite ever-rising gas prices, travel watchers are predicting a very busy Memorial Day weekend in New Jersey, especially on the road.
Report says New Jersey has the country’s most expensive land
New Jersey has the most valuable land in the country, according to an analysis by Economist William Larson, done in 2015. Larson is a Senior Economist with the Federal Housing Finance Agency.