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.
South Jersey’s Growing Drug Problem
A South Jersey Drug Enforcement Administration official says the toxic combination of rampant opioid and heroin abuse has created an epidemic in New Jersey.
Technology plays vital role keeping rebuilding Atlantic City safe
The Atlantic City Police Department is utilizing several different programs to monitor crime, especially as the opening of two new casinos have brought more people and money into town.
NJ Builder Says it’s Possible to Hurricane-proof Your House
A hurricane-proof house in New Jersey? Some say a hurricane-resistant structure is actually doable, and has been done.
Townsends Inlet Bridge Closing for Eight Months
The Townsend Inlet Bridge between Sea Isle City and Avalon will close for eight months, beginning Monday, for a complete rebuild.
Cape May Dropping 31,0000 Rabies Baits From the Sky
Cape May County is about to start distributing 31,000 rabies vaccine-laden baits starting the week of Sept. 24.
Would You Quit for a Better-paying Job? Here’s the Right Way to Leave
Better than 4 in 10 workers polled by Office Team say they would leave their current job for one with better pay.
Bald Eagle Comeback Continues in NJ
The Conserve Wildlife Foundation reports 123 bald eagle chicks have taken wing for the first time in New Jersey this year
Jersey Fresh Tomatoes are Back in Season
State Agriculture Secretary Doug Fisher says the world-famous Jersey tomato is a little late this year, but the varieties are a good as ever.
Cape May — Tiny County with Major Addiction Battle
Cape May County is fighting back against its opioid abuse epidemic that places the county third-worst in the state.
North Jersey vs. South Jersey: Where Do Jobs Pay More?
Wages increased in 14 of New Jersey's 15 largest counties between the end of 2016 and the end of 2017, according to the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Atlantic City cops invite public to walk with them on the beat
Atlantic City police and members of the Atlantic County law enforcement community join together on Tuesday, June 26 for a walk through town with local residents.
NJ counties where people spend more of their income on gas
Those higher gas prices are putting a dent in a lot of New Jersey wallets this year. And some may even change vacation and travel plans.