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.
Suspects Flee Jackson Home Robbery
An armed robbery at a home in Jackson has police searching for two suspects.
Police Seek Coffee Maker Thief
Why would Toms River Police care about a Keurig coffee maker.?
Jackson Residents Pack Orthodox School Hearing
Hundreds turn out for the third hearing about a proposed all girls orthodox school for Jackson.
FEMA Housing Deadline is April 1 [AUDIO]
Families displaced by Superstorm Sandy and forced to take refuge at Fort Monmouth or in trailers face another eviction. This time it isn't from mother nature, it's from the federal government.
Judge Denies Conflict of Interest Allegations
An Ocean County Superior Court judge is defending herself after allegations of a coverup.
BPU Rate Decision Won’t Affect Energy Aggregation [AUDIO]
While Jersey Central Power & Light appeals the state Board of Public Utilities' recent denial of a proposed rate hike, there is some good news for those who switched to the many energy aggregation programs throughout New Jersey.
A New Weapon In Ocean County’s War on Drugs
Ocean County's drug overdose death total for the new year is at six so far. Last year, the total was a whopping 112 which was a big concern to authorities.
Two Injured in Route 70 Crash
An overturned Jeep on Route 70 in Manchester sends two people to area hospitals.
Lakehurst Police Officer Unharmed After Being Hit By Car
A Lakehurst police officer narrowly avoids serious injury after being hit by a car Thursday night.
JCP&L Responds to BPU’s Denial of Rate Increase
State utility regulators have denied JCP&L's request for a $31-million-dollar rate hike. In fact, they feel they should reduce the existing rate. The utility company tells Townsquare Media News, the issue is far from over.