Eric Scott has been a broadcaster and creator of content since he was 14. Now, as the Senior Political Director for New Jersey 101.5, he helps our community understand the complicated world of New Jersey politics. With almost 30 years of covering the state's political scene, Scott provides insight and perspective and help you understand what it all means for you and your family. You can hear Scott on-air as he delivers the morning news broadcasts on the Bill Spadea show. He also produces and hosts our Town Hall series of programs that explore critical issues facing the residents of New Jersey. Scott is honored to have received three Edward R. Murrow awards.
Get ready: NJ braces for big spike in sickness after holidays
Health officials warn of a surge in respiratory illnesses and new COVID-19 cases after holiday gatherings.
These NJ businesses cited for illegal credit card fees
These New Jersey businesses were fined for violating state laws on imposing credit card fees on customers.
Massive data breach at Xfinity: What to do now
Comcast confirms millions of customers may have been affected by a massive data breach. Here is what data was stolen and how to protect yourself.
Here we go again: Is a new mask mandate looming for NJ?
With three nasty viruses making scores of people sick in NJ, more people are masking up. What would it take to return to universal masking in NJ?
Smile! Is frowning at a cop really illegal in NJ?
Are you aware that in NJ it is illegal to frown at a police officer? Yet making a gesture of contempt, like the middle finger, is classified as protected free speech.
This is how much NJ makes on legal marijuana
More NJ residents are using recreational marijuana, which is driving increased tax revenue for the state. This is how much money New Jersey is making off legal weed sales and what its used for.
Can you shoot a burglar in NJ? Home break-ins are surging
NJ law does not allow residents to use a gun to defend against home burglaries. Legal experts say if you shoot, you will be charged.
How to avoid a costly headlight ticket in NJ
You can be ticketed for improper use of headlights in New Jersey, but there is a way out of the ticket.
NYC screws NJ commuters — Here’s how much you will pay
NJ commuters will bear the brunt of New York City's congestion pricing plan. Few discounts offered. Gov. Murphy vows a lawsuit.
Will NJ teen be released in Hamas hostage exchange?
A New Jersey teen is not expected to be released by Hamas in a pending hostage exchange. The release is part of a four-day cease fire in the Israel/Hamas war.