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.
After 30 years, Stockton’s Observatory Exploring the Skies Again
Stockton University is reopening a long-dormant observatory this month after its closure about 30 years ago.
Teens Today More Likely to Smoke Marijuana than Tobacco
In 1991, about 78% of teens believed marijuana was harmful. By 2017, 29% of teens thought so.
Vineland Looking at Getting NJ’s First Veterinary School
Vineland and Rowan University will undertake a joint study to determine the feasibility of establishing a veterinary school in the city that would be the first in New Jersey.
Butterflies in NJ are About to Make a 2,000-mile Trip to Mexico
Fall is the time of year when you can see a fair number of Monarch and some other species of butterflies migrating southward for the winter.
Forgot your kid? Mandatory alarm proposed for new cars
Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone is pushing for a law to install reminder devices in cars to detect and alert drivers that a child is in the back seat, to deter deaths of kids left in cars.
NJ keeps having tornadoes: How to stay safe
There have been 8 tornadoes in NJ this year.
Know how to protect your pets from house fires
Today is, "National Pet Fire Safety Awareness Day," to focus attention on keeping pets safe from fires in the home.
Survey Shows Sunday is the New Monday for Workers
Is Sunday night the new Monday morning for job stress?
A busy sky in July: 2 full moons, meteors, bright planets
The Jersey July sky is an active one for astronomy buffs, with visable planets, a full moon and meteor showers.
Atlantic City cops giving their cell phone numbers to locals
Atlantic City police have formed a "Neighborhood Coordination Unit," to engage local residents, day-to-day, about their concerns and problems in the city.
Ocean City is No. 1 Town for Vacation Homes in the Country
The shore also has the nation's No. 10.
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.