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Mike Francesa officially back on WFAN | New schedule announced

Mike Francesa's return to WFAN became official Friday. The station announced the Sports Pope will be back on the air to start his stunning comeback following his four-and-a-half month "retirement" from afternoon drive.

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Mike Francesa's return to WFAN became official Friday. The station announced the Sports Pope will be back on the air Tuesday, May

There’s one less police force in N.J. and a few hundred unhappy people because...

This one-square-mile town with the highest tax bill in Gloucester County voted to disband its police force. Watch video

The small hometown police department that Wenonah's leaders voted to create back in 1955 is no more.

Borough council, over the objections of many, unanimously voted to disband the small police force and contract for law enforcement services from

N.J. MS-13 members indicted in murder and plots to kill 2 others: feds

Six members of the violent street gang MS-13, including five from Union City, have been charged with the 2015 murder of one man and plots to kill two other men, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced.

Six members of the violent street gang MS-13, including five from Union City, have been charged with the 2015 murder of one man

Preservationists score big win in fight to protect Princeton Battlefield

Nearly a half million dollars in federal funding is on the way to support expanding the preservation of a key Revolutionary War site.

It's a revered piece of land steeped in American history.

And preservationists just got a lot closer to being able to protect a piece of it.

Earlier this month, the National Park Service announced that

Smoking banned on 4 more Jersey Shore beaches this summer

Asbury Park will still let smokers light up on the boardwalk, but smoking on the beach will get you a fine

Four more popular Jersey Shore destinations have joined the growing list of towns where it's illegal to smoke on the beach.

Asbury Park became the latest to join the group Thursday night with a ban on cigarettes,

Will Menendez’s bid to win re-election really be hurt by Senate rebuke on ethics?

U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez is running for a third six-term term in November.

Finally, the warm N.J. weather we’ve been waiting for is coming soon

Weather forecasters say more cool, wet days are in our immediate future, but after that things are looking up as the weather pattern makes a big shift when May arrives.

Maybe Mother Nature does pay attention to the calendar, after all. Almost perfectly on cue, the arrival of May next week will mark the start of a major weather

Found an internet deal? Here’s the only place you should meet the seller

Internet buying and selling has gotten dangerous, and as many suburban towns are creating safe spaces for deals to go down, New Jersey's largest cities haven't

What women who carry or don’t carry guns say about personal safety: ‘Guns: An...

Personal safety and gun ownership among women were recent topics discussed in "Guns: An American Conversation," an initiative by Advance Local newsrooms from across the country in partnership with Spaceship Media.

Women own guns as a way to protect themselves at a much higher rate than men, a recent study shows.

The 2017 Pew Research Center report revealed

These 10 N.J. school districts are getting cheated the most in state funding

These districts aren't getting anywhere close to what they should from the state.

It's springtime in New Jersey, which means the annual fight over school funding is already in full swing. 

Though Gov. Phil Murphy's budget increases school aid by $283 million, school officials are calling for more, and some districts can make a stronger case than others.