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.
Teen Deaths On The Decline After GDL Rules [AUDIO]
This year marks 12 years since the Graduated Driver's License Law was put into effect in the Garden State, and recent figures show the laws and guidelines are working.
Two Found Dead Inside Long Branch Home Identified
Two bodies were found inside a Long Branch home Monday afternoon.
Brick Mayor Acropolis Will Not Seek Re-Election
It was standing room ony in Brick Town Hall this morning as Mayor Steve Acropolis makes a stunning announcement.
American Diabetes Association Alert Day Tomorrow [AUDIO]
What are your risk factors for type-2 diabetes? How can you prevent it? Is there anything you can do? A special nationwide initiative is taking place tomorrow around the country to spread awareness.
Dune Issue In Toms River Continues To Heat Up [AUDIO]
It's been months since Superstorm Sandy hit the Garden State, and while the rebuilding process gets underway, some are still trying to assess their damage.
4 Arrested In Bath Salt Drug Scheme
Monmouth authorities arrest four men in connection with a scheme to distribute potentially dangerous and illegal designer drugs known as bath salts.
Coming Soon: Shore Indie Film Premieres [AUDIO]
A home-grown independent film is set to make its debut at the Garden State Film Festival next month.
Beachfront Homeowners Speak Out Against Dune Plan [AUDIO]
Beach owners are telling their side of a story of why they are against a dune plan that we told you about yesterday.
Dune Plan Not Sitting Well With Some Homeowners [AUDIO]
A plan from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to potentially protect the Jersey Shore is being stonewalled due to lack of cooperation from homeowners.
Sandy And The Shore Housing Market [AUDIO]
In the days and weeks following Superstorm Sandy, there was great concern at the Jersey Shore over the housing market and whether or not the residents near the coast would pick up what was left of their lives and make a mad dash out of New Jersey.