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.
Electric scooter rentals come to NJ as injuries rise nationally
A new Rutgers study finds head injuries from motorized scooters and electric bikes is on the rise, here in New Jersey and across the country.
App Lets Camden Residents Notify Police of Problems
They can quickly send police a tip about anything they see or hear that might be suspicious.
No. 1 Town for Vacation Homes in the Country Is at the Jersey Shore
The shore also has the nation's No. 10.
Higher gas prices in NJ amid plentiful supply
The rise in gas prices — typical at this time of year in New Jersey — is continuing, as demand increases and we switch to a more expensive formula.
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.
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 Towns Using State Law to Revitalize the Local Economy
Many towns in South Jersey are using New Jersey's Housing and Redevelopment Law to designate areas for redevelopment that will attract businesses and jobs.
NJ Could Get a Warmer, Wetter Winter From El Nino
The prediction for the coming winter season from national forecasters suggests it may be wet and mild in New Jersey.
NJ Turning State Vehicles Into Weather and Traffic Reporters
New Jersey's Department of Transportation has received a $322,000 grant to equip 20 State DOT vehicles with dashboard cams and weather sensors.
Identity Thieves Targeting New Jersey Residents
New Jersey came in as the 7th-most risky state for ID theft last year, according to a new report from ASecureLife.com.
North Jersey vs. South Jersey: Where Do Jobs Pay More?
Wages increased in 14 of New Jersey's 15 largest counties between the end of 2016 and the end of 2017, according to the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Atlantic City Cops Invite Public to Walk With Them on the Beat
Atlantic City police and members of the Atlantic County law enforcement community join together on Tuesday, June 26 for a walk through town with local residents.