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.
Sandy Hook field trips have been educating kids for 31 years
More than 800 New Jersey middle school students from 32 schools will attend Clean Ocean Action's two-day Seaside Summit on May 15 and 16.
Don’t flush or throw out old medicine: Here’s where to take it
Saturday, April 27 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day across America, an event that began in the Garden State in 2009.
Legalize marijuana banking and credit cards, Menendez says
Legislation would remove the fear of federal retaliation for banks that do normal business transactions with legal marijuana businesses.
207 NJ police departments to crack down on texting while driving
The enforcement campaign is called "UDrive. UText. UPay."
Another year for the Garden State Film Festival
The 17th annual Garden State Film Festival will be held in Asbury Park from March 27 to 31.
Why ‘March Madness’ can be good for your workplace
A new Robert Half survey finds most managers happy to welcome the buzz and energy.
Jersey makes progress employing people with disabilities
Group says we could still do more to prepare people, disabled and otherwise, in high school.
NJ uses ‘Robodeer’ to catch illegal night hunters
State officials recently announced arrests of illegal hunters and poachers who were baited by so-called "robodeer."
Prescribed burns help Jersey forests
Prescribed or controlled burns are conducted annually by the State Forest Fire Service.
Thanks, NJ! 2018 a record-breaking year for organ donation
The New Jersey Sharing Network reports a record number of successful organ transplants in the state during 2018. And there was an unprecedented number of eye donors who gave the gift of life.
Gas prices keep rising slowly in New Jersey
They've reached an average of $2.37 a gallon.
Vintage trolley from Wildwood may be restored to former glory
An old trolley car built in 1913 that served Wildwood for years is about to be fully restored by a company in Iowa.