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.
Will May’s wet start breed more Jersey mosquitoes?
Some in New Jersey are keeping a wary eye out for mosquitoes with news of the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
More people using designated drivers, survey shows
A recent Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) survey found more people are using a designated driver.
New Jersey right in the middle among sunniest states
Weather in the Garden State is constantly changing, and when it comes to how much sun residents see, New Jersey is right in the middle of the pack among the lower 48 states.
Lifeguard staffing levels appear good at Jersey shore
As another summer brings another flock of tourists to Jersey beaches, the ever- present lifeguards are back to business again this year.
Allergy alert – Are we having a ‘pollen tsunami’ this spring?
You probably have noticed that green film on your car's windshield of late, and your nose may have also noticed it: one of the heaviest pollen seasons in New Jersey in recent memory, a so-called "pollen tsunami."
Atlantic City makes major tourist pitch for summer
A major effort is underway to put Atlantic City back on its feet in the post-casino closing era.
Millennials feel better about personal finances than other generations, says report
Millennials are feeling better about their finances than all other age groups, according to a study released on April 20 by Bankrate.com.
Wild turkey population stabilizing in NJ
After being extinct in New Jersey for over 100 years, wild turkeys have made a strong comeback in the Garden State in the last three to four decades.
Polar Vortex Returns to N.J.
The reason New Jersey residents may be shivering today is due to the return of the weather-maker known as the polar vortex.
Drones Will Measure Hurricane Intensity [AUDIO]
This summer, scientists will use the latest available technology to take on Mother Nature and determine how severe developing hurricanes could become, and what level of preparedness will be required if the storms make landfall.
Housing Affordability Takes Another Hit [AUDIO]
Middle class housing affordability continues to slip, according to a newly-released study.
Cold Snap Not Likely to Harm NJ Crops [AUDIO]
A drop in temperatures and light snowfall this week followed a recent stretch of warm weather. But growers of "Jersey Fresh" produce say they're not concerned about a cold snap damaging their crops...yet.