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.
In Camden County, new training to help addicts move to recovery
Many of those being trained have been down the recovery road themselves.
Jury duty for the modern age: NJ courts to start emailing, texting
Prospective jurors in Atlantic County will be able to interact electronically with the courts in a new system starting up this month.
Atlantic City convention business is humming
The agency that attracts and arranges group conventions and meetings in Atlantic City says that the past year was a very successful one.
Ex-Gov. Florio heralds Camden comeback
The city of Camden's rebirth is underway, says former Gov. Jim Florio in a 44-page report.
Jersey gas prices for January … has the drop stopped?
Jersey drivers are starting to wonder if the price drops at the gas pump may be coming to a screeching halt.
Raritan River polluted with microplastics, study finds
A study done by a New Jersey environmental group finds high concentrations of microplastics downstream from wastewater treatments plants in the Raritan River.
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.
New NJ law requires students learn about handling money
Basic financial literacy courses in New Jersey middle schools will be taught in every grade... starting next September... under a new state law.
Owe taxes to NJ? Amnesty program ends in just days
Waiting until after the deadline could cost you fees and penalties.
Higher heating bills in Central Jersey in 2019
New Jersey Natural Gas says its residential customers will soon be paying slightly more to heat their homes.
Interest rate hikes coming this year? What that would mean
One economic analyst sees a continued volatile stock market ahead, spurred on in part by interest rate hikes.
Brace yourselves: Atlantic County has new emergency app
Atlantic County has rolled out a new emergency notification system to notify residents in an emergency.