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.
Parents of special-needs children are managing new stress during outbreak
The parents of children with special needs face unique challenges right now because, like other kids, theirs are also home and away from their usual routine.
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.
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.
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.
No. 1 town for vacation homes in the country is at the Jersey Shore
The shore also has the nation's No. 10.
South Jersey getting a recovery high school
South Jersey is about to get its first recovery high school to assist students who are struggling with addiction or mental health problems.
Spectacular lunar eclipse on weekend of Jan. 20-21
The next lunar eclipse is coming between Jan. 20 and 21 and, weather permitting, it will be something to see.
Enjoy the Lower Gas Prices… While They Last
The sweet ride for those low Jersey gas prices will likely continue into the new year, according to one oil industry expert.