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.
Vote for Your Favorite New Jersey Beach [AUDIO]
Do you have a favorite New Jersey beach? Starting Monday, you can cast your vote in the annual New Jersey Top Ten Beaches Survey.
Toms River’s Cancer Cluster Watchdog Ready for Latest Update [AUDIO]
The group of Toms River parents and health advocates who banded together after a spike in child cancer rates in the 1990s, plans to meet Monday night in Toms River Town Hall.
Stolen Lotto Tickets Null and Void in NJ [AUDIO]
Last week in Ocean County, a Shell Gas Station in Toms River was robbed of several cartons of cigarettes and thousands of lottery tickets.
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.
“DO AC” Campaign Hits the Road [AUDIO]
Atlantic City is taking their $20 million dollar "DO AC" campaign on the road. Their goal is to attract more people to the struggling resort.
Ocean County Drug Crisis Continues [AUDIO]
Ocean County officials are banding together in hopes of putting a stop to the number of drug overdoses in the county. To date, there have been 83 drug overdose deaths. In 2012, there were 53.
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.
Berkeley Little League Manager Charged For Slapping 17-Year-Old Umpire [AUDIO]
The Berkeley Little League Board of Directors will meet Friday night to review the slapping of a 17 year old umpire on Thursday night by a manager during a disputed call.
Whiting Woman Drives Into Own Home Twice
An elderly Whiting woman leaves herself homeless after crashing her car into her own home twice.
Homeowners Remain Frustrated With Sandy Rebuild [AUDIO]
Those FEMA flood maps continue to be a tough pill to swallow for many affected by Sandy.
Ocean County Debris Cleanup Costing A Hefty Penny [AUDIO]
The cost to clean up the damage left behind by Superstorm Sandy isn't cheap. No one knows that better than Ocean County officials, who are set to approve an emergency appropriation this week. It will be the third one since the storm hit back in October.
AC Alliance Works To Bring Visitors Back In [AUDIO]
The Atlantic City Alliance continues the tough mission of bringing visitors back in.