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.
Report shows smoking is down but vaping is way up in NJ
New Jersey, Delaware and Indiana saw the greatest switch from tobacco use to vaping, with New Jersey at No. 1.
Organ donations in New Jersey at a new record high
Last year, New Jersey passed a milestone in giving the gift of life through organ and tissue donation.
Get rid of your Christmas trees, or risk home fires
The National Fire Protection Association is urging the prompt removal of that now-old Christmas tree.
NJ women among highest paid in nation, but not as much as men
The ratio of men's to women's median weekly earnings last year in New Jersey were little changed from the previous year, according to the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Don’t be a target — NJ cops have tips to combat crime
The website Alarms.org lists New Jersey as one of the safest states when it comes to holiday crimes. But experts say you can still do more to stay safe.
Salvation Army now offering ‘Kettle Pay’ in NJ
The Salvation Army has introduced what they call, "Kettle Pay" to their system of Red Kettle donation locations in New Jersey this holiday season.
Atlantic City police keep an eye on crime with cameras
Atlantic City has been operating a surveillance center from police headquarters for the past two years, to give authorities extra "eyes" on the streets of the resort.
Taxes and Fees Go Up for Wireless Services — But Not So Bad in NJ
While wireless service charges have been decreasing, taxes, fees and so while wireless service charges have been decreasing, taxes, fees and surcharges on those services have been steadily rising according to a very comprehensive new report from The Tax Foundation.
Survey: Adults Most Stressed About 2020 Election, Health Care
A survey of 3,000 adults across the U.S. done by The American Psychological Association finds that most report being stressed by the pending presidential race, health care and concerns about mass shootings.
After 15 Years, Stockton’s Observatory Exploring the Skies Again
Stockton University is reopening a long-dormant observatory this month after its closure about 15 years ago.