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.
Crab Population Declines Post-Sandy [AUDIO]
If you like Seafood then you'll wanna hear about this.
Sandy Fraud Task Force Seeks Toms River Man
Monmouth County Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a Toms River man, accused of taking money from Superstorm Sandy victims for gas-powered electrical generators, but never delivering them.
Bankers Help Rebuild Sandy Ravaged Homes
Superstorm Sandy turns one year old on October 29th. In the almost 12 months since it came ashore, there are still thousands without a place to call home.
Ocean County Waits for FEMA Money [AUDIO]
You have probably heard that old saying "the check is in the mail," right? Well, for Ocean County waiting for that Superstorm Sandy relief money, their patience is growing rather thin.
Seaside Boardwalk Fire Debris Moving Out [AUDIO]
A South Toms River company is already working to clear the debris from last month's Seaside Boardwalk fire.
Shining Light on Post-Sandy Needs [AUDIO]
The Ocean County Long-Term Recovery Group is hosting a free event at Ocean County College in acknowledgment of Superstorm Sandy and the resiliency of the Ocean County community.
Obamacare Open Enrollment Begins Today [VIDEO/AUDIO]
If you are one of the 900,000 in New Jersey without health insurance, today is the day you can start signing up for the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare.
Gun Buyback Program Yields 218 Weapons
A two-day gun buyback program offering an anonymous means for surrendering weapons at locations in Asbury Park and Rumson brought in 218 guns over the weekend, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor announced.
National Preparedness Month: OEM Gets Ready [SERIES/AUDIO]
As National Preparedness Month presses on, officials around the state want you to know you can count on them if and when disaster strikes.
Unarmed Guards Coming To Wall Schools
Each of Wall Township's seven schools will soon have a pair of unarmed guards posted at the entrances.