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.
Vietnam War POW’s to Be Honored Next Month [AUDIO]
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. One month from today, a special ceremony will take place at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, honoring the men who truly define the word, hero.
Route 35 Reconstruction Listening Tour Continues [AUDIO]
Work has started on the Route 35 reconstruction project, and while some business owners have voiced concerns, the New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT) is putting their fears to rest.
SUV Crashes Into Toms River Shopping Center
A Barnegat man has been charged in an early morning accident on Route 37 in Toms River that sent his SUV crashing into a store inside a shopping plaza.
Film About Lakewood’s Tent City Set to Premiere [AUDIO/VIDEO]
Lakewood's Tent City is Ocean County's most sensitive social issue. A new documentary, Destiny's Bridge, making it's debut in Red Bank tonight, hopes to bring new awareness.
Use of Sandy Funds Turns Into Political Battle in Brick Township [AUDIO]
Is Superstorm Sandy being used as a political football in Brick Township?
Heat Wave Grips NJ Until the Weekend [AUDIO]
The summer of 2013 is already proving to be one of the wettest and hottest in recent memory.
Snooki, JWoww Back On The Jersey Shore
Snooki and JWoww may be heading back to the Jersey Shore but they may not be met with open arms.
Road Crew Worker Injured During Paving Project
A road construction worker was hospitalized early this morning after his leg was pinned by a piece of equipment during paving work in Toms River.
Thousands in Ocean County Still in Need After Sandy [AUDIO]
It's been over eight months since Superstorm Sandy and although the shore is open for business this summer, there are still thousands of Ocean County residents in need of help.
Dangerous Algae Reported in 15 States, Not Jersey [AUDIO]
If you are planning a jaunt out of state, there's a toxic blue-green algae surfacing in some waterways, sickening people and killing pets.