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.
Report Identifies Jersey Shore’s Winners and Losers When Sea Levels Rise
The ongoing sea level rise from global warming will impact New Jersey's coast in varying degrees, according to a new report.
How to make workers happier around the holidays
A new survey from Accountemps finds half of U.S. workers are more happy during the holidays. But more than a third are stressed.
Gas Prices Bring Good News for New Jersey
With the hurricane season winding down, the post-Harvey gas price spike has also been receding.
How to Properly Secure Car Seats for Older Kids
Safe Kids Worldwide has launched a campaign to educate parents and child caregivers about the proper way to fasten child safety seats for older, forward-facing kids 2 and up.
Need for Blood Doesn’t Take a Summer Break — Donate in NJ Today
Cat Country 107.3 will be hosting our sixth American Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday, August 24th, from 10AM until 3PM -- here's how you can help!
The Famous Jersey Tomato Has Finally Arrived For the Season
This year's New Jersey tomato season has been "a little slow," according to State Agriculture Secretary Doug Fisher. But he says they are finally here.
Pennsylvania Off-Site Gambling a Threat to Atlantic City?
Pennsylvania is considering the expansion of slots and internet gambling by placing machines in bars and restaurants.
100 deadliest days of summer — NJ parents can save their teens behind the wheel
These are "the 100 deadliest days of summer," when teen driver fatalities rise.
New Jersey Could See an Active Hurricane Season This Year
Federal forecasters are out with their predictions for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season that begins June 1st. They say it could be above normal in terms of storm frequency.
NJ Libraries Now Helping the Unemployed Find Jobs
If you are job-hunting or about to graduate and start a career, the state Labor Department wants you to know that help may be as near as your local library.
Forest Fire Risk in New Jersey Increases With Warmer Weather
New Jersey forest fire officials warn that with the onset of spring, the risk of fires in Jersey's woods increases.
Economist Sees Atlantic City’s Turnaround Starting
A South Jersey economist says there may be light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to Atlantic City's economic future.