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.
Two Brick Men Die In Violent Crash
A violent accident involving a tree and a bicyclist claims the life of two young men from Brick.
New Life for Long Beach Island Landmark [AUDIO/VIDEO]
While many of the old Jersey landmarks have come and gone, there is still one along a busy stretch of Route 9 in Southern Ocean County.
Lanoka Harbor Fire Chief Kevin Perrone Dies
The long-time chief of the Lanoka Harbor fire department has died.
Jackson Man Arrested For Gunshots That Led To School Lockdown
There were some tense moments in Jackson yesterday after gunfire was reported and several schools went into lockdown.
Former Pine Beach Officer Dies In Texas [VIDEO]
A former Pine Beach & Jackson police officer has died after an accident in Frisco, Texas.
Oyster CreekTests New Sirens Today
If you live or work near Lacey Township's Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant, expect to hear the alarms today.
Joint Base Cancels Fourth Of July Activities
The sequester has another casualty - the Fourth of July celebration at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.
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.
Townsquare’s Toms River Headquarters Officially Opens [VIDEO]
It was an exciting night here at 8 Robbins Street in the heart of Downtown Toms River Wednesday, as hundreds gathered for the official grand opening of Townsquare Media's Shore Headquarters.
Gas Odor Expected In Toms River For The Next Few Days
Routine maintenance work from New Jersey Natural Gas may cause a stench in the air. Company officials say there's absolutely nothing to worry about.
Whiting Woman Drives Into Own Home Twice
An elderly Whiting woman leaves herself homeless after crashing her car into her own home twice.
Toms River Contractor Charged With Looting $10K Worth Of Construction Material
A Toms River man remains behind bars, accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of materials, being used to restore a Sandy-ravaged home.