I am the Weekday Morning News Anchor and Reporter with 92.7 WOBM, 94.3The Point, 105.7TheHawk and Beach 104.1 and also host Jersey Shore Journal on all four-stations on Sundays at 6 am. I am also an on-air reporter for NJ-101.5 and a Play-By-Play Announcer/Reporter for the Shore Sports Network. I began working with TSM-NJ in 2015 and have covered a number of stories over the years including a focus on the drug epidemic, Covid-19 pandemic, telling human interest stories that are inspiring and of communities rallying together. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @VinEbenau.
Asbury Park, NJ man stole $1,000 in booze from Watermark, cops say
You booze, you lose or in the case of an Asbury Park man -- you steal booze, you also lose.
NJ cop rescues child from locked car, helps pay for broken window
In Island Heights, Patrolman Mellott came to the rescue of a child locked inside of a vehicle and then helped ensure the vehicle was taken care of as well.
Howell, NJ cops use casual conversation to help keep you calm at traffic stops
Police officers patrolling streets and highways as well as communities at large are out there to keep the peace and ensure safety for you and everyone around you.
NJ dad walking 300 miles to help find cure for terminal muscular disease
A Manalapan Dad, whose son is battling Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, is looking to bring hope and a cure to those with this disease by walking 300 miles starting on Saturday.
Toms River, NJ man gets ticket for buzzing neighborhood with his helicopter
A Toms River man who was flying around the township, then landing, has been cited for his travels.
Hazlet, NJ woman arrested during nap is in trouble again with law
The Hazlet woman who was arrested during a nap outside the Dollar General and charged with drug possession in Lakehurst last week has found herself in trouble again in the Ocean County borough this week.
Happy Feet therapist in Wall Township charged with sex assault
Wall police continue investigating the accusations and incidents.
Proposed NJ law would ban trans athletes from girl sports
Following in the lines of the federal Title IX law, passed in 1972, a trio of New Jersey lawmakers have crafted legislation to ensure a competitive balance and fairness in girls high school sports.
Carroll Barclay, entrepreneur who grew Delicious Orchards market, dies at 94
Carroll Barclay, who took over ownership of Delicious Orchards following World War II, has been called home to the farm in Heaven, passing away at the age of 94.
Toms River schools Superintendent David Healy announces retirement
The superintent has held the position since 2014.