Jason Allentoff is the morning news anchor for Townsquare Shore Stations WOBM-FM and WOBM-AM. He contributes Ocean, Monmouth and Middlesex County reports to New Jersey 101.5. Allentoff has been with our company since 2006. He studied communication at Monmouth University. Allentoff is also an independent filmmaker and website designer.
Whiting Woman Drives Into Own Home Twice
An elderly Whiting woman leaves herself homeless after crashing her car into her own home twice.
Burned Beagle Found Behind Tinton Falls Apartment Building
The Monmouth County SPCA needs your help, after the charred remains of a beagle were found behind an apartment complex in Eatontown.
Toms River Contractor Charged With Looting $10K Worth Of Construction Material
A Toms River man remains behind bars, accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of materials, being used to restore a Sandy-ravaged home.
Body Found In Lakewood Hotel Room
A grim discovery was made this morning at the Hilton Hotel on Route 70 in Lakewood.
One Town Takes Action On Rising Copper Thefts [AUDIO]
Ever since Sandy made landfall, there's been a rise in copper thefts in several of the hardest-hit areas.
Ocean County Takes Action On Rising Drug Abuse [AUDIO]
Because prescription drug abuse among kids and teens in the Garden State remains a huge problem, Ocean County is looking at possible prevention methods - one of which is a new online survey.
Homeowners Remain Frustrated With Sandy Rebuild [AUDIO]
Those FEMA flood maps continue to be a tough pill to swallow for many affected by Sandy.
School Security Forum in Neptune Tuesday [AUDIO]
April marks four months since Sandy Hook school shootings. In New Jersey, school districts continue to strengthen their security measures, examine their plans and work on ways to protect our children when they are at school. A special forum is set for Tuesday in Monmouth County that turns the focus …
Brick Takes Action Against FEMA Maps [AUDIO]
Later this month, we mark six months since Superstorm Sandy pounded the Garden State.
2 Dead In Middletown Fire Identified
Monmouth County authorities say a late-night house fire in Middletown that left a mother and daughter dead has been determined have started accidently.