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.
Ocean County Wants More FEMA Dollars [AUDIO]
In hard-hit Ocean County, officials are now pressing the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for 100 percent reimbursement.
House Fire Burns In Keyport
A three alarm fire has broken out inside a two-story home in Keyport.
Ocean County Sandy Recovery Expo Begins Today [AUDIO]
Superstorm ravaged Ocean County continues to work on the cleanup and recovery, seven weeks after Sandy. A two-day expo will serve as a place for victims to get more information and the help they need.
Wreaths To Honor Veterans This Weekend [AUDIO/VIDEO]
They made the ultimate sacrifice protecting our freedoms. Now, a national non-profit organization is remembering our soldiers this coming Saturday with an annual ceremony that has been a tradition since the early 1990's.
Atlantic City Electric Eyes Rate Increase [AUDIO]
If you rely on Atlantic City Electric for your power service, you may soon need to open the wallet a little wider. The utility is currently looking into increasing their rates.
Lakewood Police Look For Robber Who Assaulted Woman Making Deposit
Police in Lakewood are looking for a female suspect who assaulted a woman during a robbery attempt outside the Sovereign Bank on Route 70.
7 Homes Burn In Manasquan [VIDEO]
The massive blaze that ripped through as many as six homes in Manasquan is now under control.
Belmar Beach Access May Go Up Thanks To Sandy [POLL/AUDIO]
Superstorm Sandy annihilated the Belmar Boardwalk. Now there are plans to rebuild it. The money has to come somewhere. Rather than raising taxes for residents in the Borough, it may soon cost you more to access the beach, especially next next season.
Cars To Be Banned From Toms River Barrier Island For Gas Restoration
Toms River's barrier islands will be closed to traffic from this Saturday, December 8 until Tuesday, December 18 as New Jersey Natural Gas crews will be making critical repairs to their systems.
Red Bank H.S. Basketball Player Collapses, Dies During Scrimmage
Monmouth County high school student Albert Martin is dead after he suddenly collapsed during a scrimmage.