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.
Gas is super cheap — just when almost nobody is driving
Gas prices keep going down in New Jersey and elsewhere.
Order take-out but do it safely, Rutgers food safety expert says
We are all being denied diner and restaurant visits because of Gov. Phil Murphy's public health emergency executive order, which only permits eateries to serve drive-thru and take-out.
NJ Turnpike Authority adding more electric car charging stations
The installations are part of New Jersey's goal to put more electric vehicles on the road by 2025.
Little snow this year but still plenty of potholes on NJ roads
Potholes, that never-ending scourge of motorists, seem to have gotten worse this winter because of the constant changes in weather.
NJ lawmaker has had enough: Make telemarketer ‘spoof’ calls illegal
A bill in Trenton aims to crack down on some "spoofing" tactics being used by telemarketers to mask their true identity.
2020 tax season: Changes in federal, NJ rules you should know
As usual, there are many changes in tax laws this filing season that taxpayers need to be aware of, according to the professionals.
NJ has 27 communities in Firewise program — Is yours one of them?
A national program to raise awareness of fire hazard protection in wooded and forested areas continues to gain traction after those huge blazes in California and Australia.
Coronavirus might be good for one thing … even lower oil prices
The gas price average in New Jersey has dropped 4 cents-a gallon in the past week, according to AAA. And the price in the state is 7 cents cheaper than a month ago.
Should jobs make the Monday after the Super Bowl a holiday?
The Super Bowl will be played this weekend, and as usual, it will have an impact on the workplace, according to a new survey.
Bill would let kids operate lemonade stands without permits
The measure would apply to other temporary businesses run by minors, too.