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.
Get Ready for Higher NJ Gas Prices … But Not Just Gas
Those attacks on Saudi Arabian oil production last weekend will have a negative impact on pump prices in New Jersey.
Forgot Your Kid? Mandatory Alarm Proposed for New Cars
Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone is pushing for a law to install reminder devices in cars to detect and alert drivers that a child is in the back seat, to deter deaths of kids left in cars.
Fall Gas Prices to Drop in NJ? That Depends on Gas Tax
There's good and bad news on gas prices for the coming fall.
NJ Has 5th Highest Car Repair Costs in the Country
A report from GOBankingrates.com shows New Jersey car repair rates are fifth-highest in the country, averaging about $385 for a vehicle annually.
NJ Has an Official Reptile — and it Needs Help Finding Places to Live
A new cooperative effort between the state and the New Jersey Audubon is under way to save the bog turtle, the state's official reptile.
NJ Keeps Having Tornadoes: How to Stay Safe
There have been 8 tornadoes in NJ this year.
Don’t Have Cable? TV Stations in NY, NJ, Philly Are Changing Channels
TV stations all over the country will be changing over the air frequencies over the next year, to make room for expanded wireless services.
AAA and AARP Have Program to Help Older Drivers Be Safer
Carfit is a program sponsored by the AAA Auto Club, AARP and the American Occupational Therapy Association.
NJ to Discuss Best Ways to Fix Streets to Improve Safety
New Jersey's Department of Transportation will receive a $16,000 federal grant to conduct a series of statewide workshops.
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.