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.
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.
Kids at home? If your gun is unsecured, they’re in danger
There are many more kids at home right now.
Balance and routines: Managing household stress in stressful times
Parents are trying to keep all the balls in the air right now — juggling work from home, managing home schooling and worrying about their jobs and their family's health.
Coronavirus information for families with special-needs kids
School closings are also affecting families with special needs children, including those who are autistic.
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.
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.
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.
Robocalls may be targeting NJ because we answer our phones more
A new study finds New Jersey was 5th in the nation in the year 2019 for the number of bothersome robocalls.
Poll finds interest in preserving NJ’s Revolutionary War heritage
A new Monmouth University Poll finds New Jerseyans place a greater importance on the state's revolutionary war heritage now than in the past.
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 New Year’s Eve activities: First Nights ring in 2020
The alcohol-free events are designed to be family-friendly and safe.