I'm Judi Franco, a fictional character. I adore co-hosting the midday show with Dennis Malloy, who after 20 years is like a husband to me; the annoying husband who doesn't sleep with me, give me money or pay enough attention to me. I love New Jersey so much that it's like a sister to me; the bitchy sister who steals my boyfriends, tells my mom my secrets and owes me money she never intends to pay.
For Millennials who can’t afford Hoboken, Harrison is the next best thing
Harrison is located nine miles west of Manhattan which makes for an easy commute to the city.
The death of retailer AC Moore is the saddest retail story of all (Opinion)
AC Moore was all about crafting, sewing, creating art and those tend to be non plugged-in family oriented activities.
Rep. Frank Pallone is wasting our time with trivial ticket investigation (Opinion)
I urge you, Rep Pallone, to stop wasting our money on your vanity projects and fix what really needs to be fixed in this state.
Buy this historic Middletown Church and turn it into a home
If you’re a fan of historic, landmark properties, this gorgeous, one of a kind church is for you... and it’s for sale!
Watch — How Long Branch HS marching band earned a donation from me
When high school kids solicit donations for school groups or teams, it’s great for them to DO something to earn the money.
Why are NJ people happy that American Dream’s CEO was robbed?
In Judi's mind, people who are happy for other people’s misfortunes, no matter how successful they may be are disgusting.
Win this contest to hang out with Bruce Springsteen in Asbury Park
In the ultimate Springsteen fan contest, you can get a chance to spend some time with Bruce while giving to a worthy cause.
NJ students are #3 in the US for Thanksgiving homework
Oregon and New York are worse than we are.
We just have to kill more deer (Opinion)
Animals certainly have their place in our world, but we need to step up our culling of the deer population to keep us safe.
A young NJ athlete has died — it’s sad, but it’s no one’s fault (Opinion)
Although it’s tragic, the fact is that no one could’ve predicted this and no one could’ve prevented it.