Eric Scott has been a broadcaster and creator of content since he was 14. Now, as the Senior Political Director for New Jersey 101.5, he helps our community understand the complicated world of New Jersey politics. With almost 30 years of covering the state's political scene, Scott provides insight and perspective and help you understand what it all means for you and your family. You can hear Scott on-air as he delivers the morning news broadcasts on the Bill Spadea show. He also produces and hosts our Town Hall series of programs that explore critical issues facing the residents of New Jersey. Scott is honored to have received three Edward R. Murrow awards.
How to avoid a costly headlight ticket in NJ
You can be ticketed for improper use of headlights in New Jersey, but there is a way out of the ticket.
Gun permits delayed In NJ: How to avoid common mistakes
When applying for a gun permit in New Jersey, some common mistakes can cause your application to be rejected. Here's how to successfully complete your application and reduce the chances it will be rejected.
Murphy’s gas car ban ‘is not happening,’ says top NJ lawmaker
A powerful Democratic lawmaker says Gov. Murphy's ban on the sale of gas powered cars in NJ 'is not practical' and 'is not happening.'
Thanksgiving really started in New Jersey, not with the pilgrims
Thank the Pilgrims? Nah. Thanksgiving is really a Jersey thing.
Will NJ teen be released in Hamas hostage exchange?
A New Jersey teen is not expected to be released by Hamas in a pending hostage exchange. The release is part of a four-day cease fire in the Israel/Hamas war.
This is the best time to get your Christmas tree in NJ
Here is the best time to buy a real Christmas tree in NJ, and get tips on how to make sure it stays fresh all season long.
NJ will ban all gas cars by 2035
By 2035, gas-powered cars will be banned in New Jersey. Yet the timeline is aggressive and questions remain around the power needed to make the transition.
Beware: NJ drivers targeted by new scam
Drivers in New Jersey beware! NJMVC warns not to click on emails or texts asking to validate your driver license.
Freehold Township, NJ, Board Votes To Repeal Trans Policy
Freehold Township, NJ, becomes the latest school district to formally repeal Gov. Murphy's controversial policy for transgender students.
NJ Nurses Strike hits 100 Days: Progress Stalled
For 100 days, nurses at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Jersey have been on strike, with no sign of progress towards a new agreement.
Massive coaster news at Six Flags with mega merger
A mega merger will create one of the largest roller coaster networks in the world. What does it mean for Six Flags Great Adventure?
Lawsuit — NJ restaurant workers could be owed big bucks
Restaurant workers in NJ and other states could be owed thousands in back pay.