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.
Sextortion emails on the rise — don’t take the bait!
"Sextortion" is the latest wrinkle in cyber crime.
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.
Need for organ donors is soaring in NJ
A new study from HealthTestingCenters.com finds New Jersey ranked 18th in the nation for organ transplants last year.
2019 hurricane season may become more severe
Federal forecasters have changed their prediction for the remainder of this Atlantic hurricane season.
Another year, another National Night Out
Tomorrow is, "National Night Out," an annual event that's been held in neighborhoods in towns and cities in New Jersey and across the country for 36 years.
NJ electric utilities brace for this high-demand heat wave
Jersey utilities are bracing for the extreme demand on the power delivery system from this extended stretch of very hot and humid weather, as New Jerseyans lean heavily on their air conditioning.
A busy sky in July: 2 full moons, meteors, bright planets
The Jersey July sky is an active one for astronomy buffs, with visable planets, a full moon and meteor showers.
Drivers and pedestrians both get safety lessons in NJ campaign
Street Smart NJ, an awareness campaign designed to curb the high number of pedestrian fatalities on New Jersey's streets and roads, has kicked off another summer safety campaign.
New Jersey had a ‘real’ spring season this year
This just-finished spring season in the Garden State does not break any weather records, despite its very wet finish.
What’s the most annoying thing about your coworkers?
A new survey finds workers have a lot of complaints about their coworkers.
Ocean County prosecutor wants you to ‘Love Thy Neighbor’
There's no room for hate in Ocean County, the prosecutor's office says.