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.
Expect $3 a Gallon Gas in NJ This Summer
New Iran sanctions may further aggravate already-climbing Jersey gas prices this driving season. But there are other factors at play in the increases.
Hurricane Season: New Jersey is Mostly Ready for the Storm
New Jersey ranks fourth-best among 18 hurricane-prone states, in an assessment of the effectiveness of local and state building codes.
NJ Looking for Your Thoughts on Standardized Tests
New Jersey residents seeking to have their voices heard about the replacement for the much-maligned Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, or PARCC, tests in schools should respond now.
Wildwood Beach Too Long to Walk? Now You Can Park on It
Wildwood will begin allowing parking on the beach this summer, 4-wheel drive vehicles only, starting on Memorial Day weekend.
Most fans in NJ root, root, root for this baseball team
Quinnipiac University Assistant Poll Director Peter Brown says when New Jersey residents start singing "Take me out to the ballgame," they mean, take me to Yankee Stadium.
Yes, you can give your dog the flu
Flu is everywhere right now. But what about your pets?
$3 per gallon gas coming back to NJ?
Gas prices have been moderating slightly, but an oil market watcher says those prices will get higher in the near future.
Gas Will Get More Expensive in NJ, Analyst Says
Tom Kloza, analyst with the Oil Price Information Service, warns pump prices will scream higher this spring, driven by crude oil speculators.
Pay Up Or it’s Lights Out! Atlantic City Electric Warns of Latest Scam
Atlantic City Electric warns its customers that scammers are calling around and threatening service cutoffs within a hour for unpaid bill balances.
Are parents spending too much money helping their adult kids?
A new CreditCards.com survey finds parents are participating big-time in helping adult children with their finances.
Your House’s Pipes Can be Threatened by Extreme Cold Weather
This extreme cold can also threaten pipes around your dwelling. If they get too cold and freeze, they can rupture and create a flooding mess.
How to Stay Warm and Save Money on Utility Bills This Winter
There are some good ways to stay warm for less money this winter, including the use of technology to control the thermostat in your home.