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.
Women in NJ still earn less income than men
New Jersey women employed full time in the state's workforce last year earned on average 81.6% of the median wages of men.
NJ turning state vehicles into weather and traffic reporters
New Jersey's Department of Transportation has received a $322,000 grant to equip 20 State DOT vehicles with dashboard cams and weather sensors.
Cape May County bridge closes for 8 months
The Townsend Inlet Bridge between Sea Isle City and Avalon along the shore in Cape May County will close for 8 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.
Jersey Fresh promotes Jersey wines
In a continuing effort to promote the Garden State's wine and wineries, the Jersey Fresh Wine Promotional program will feature a new "toolbox" on the Find Jersey Fresh website.
Heat your home with oil? Better score a deal before autumn — analyst
With oil exports from Iran falling, and the price of crude rising, certain heavily-used petroleum products may be due for a big price rise before year's end.
NJ now requires utilities to remove Teflon chemicals from water
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has established a new low standard for the presence of perflournated compounds in Jersey's drinking water.
Jersey Shore city could ask voters to OK $30M boardwalk
In Margate City, the locals are getting a campaign together to build a boardwalk, something the shore town hasn't had for decades.
Back to school: Now’s the time to get kids ready to wake early
As September and back to school grows ever nearer, an expert advises parents about putting their children on the right track, sleep-wise.
Atlantic City tourism flat in the first quarter
Atlantic City tourism slowed slightly in the year's first quarter, according to a study by Stockton University.
Monmouth’s drug abuse help van coming to your town
In Monmouth County, a 32-foot van will be spreading the word about fighting back against addiction and drug abuse.
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.