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.
Police Investigate Reports Of Gun Shots In Manchester
Reports of gun shots in Manchester continue to be investigated.
U.S Strong Promotes Policy For Pre-Storm Funding
Hurricanes. Tornadoes. Nor'easters. Blizzards. Flooding. Plenty of weather conditions to worry about. Extreme weather appears to be staying with us. That's why a nationwide campaign is now underway, focusing on the need for better protections. …
Brick Woman Found Dead In Home
Ocean County authorities are probing the death of a Brick Township woman who's body was found during a welfare check.
Man Drives Car Into Beachwood Restaurant
Beachwood Police arrest a man for drunk driving after he crashed his car into the front of Ferrari's Pizza on Route 9.
Toms River Looks To Refine Deck Ordinance
Hundreds of Toms River residents looking to rebuild after Sandy may soon have more protection from rising flood waters.
Sandy Recovery Still Top Priority Despite Boardwalk Blaze
Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts press on almost eleven months later and he frustration from displaced homeowners continues to fester.
Route 70 To Close Overnights For Parkway Project
One of the busiest stretches of Route 70 in Lakewood will be off-limits to traffic tonight and tomorrow night.
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.
Wall School Board To Discuss Proposed Security Improvements
Wall Township school officials will hold an emergency meeting next week to discuss security measures in the district.
New Jersey Commemorates 9/11
New Jersey commemorated the twelfth anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon and on United Flight 93 that took the lives of over 700 residents with a number of ceremonies both in and out of state.