I am the Weekday Morning News Anchor with 92.7 WOBM-FM/Beach Radio/94.3The Point in Ocean County and reporter for the WOBM and NJ 101.5-FM newsrooms and the Shore Sports Network. I began working with TSM-NJ in October of 2015 and have covered a number of stories including New Jersey's Opioid and Heroin epidemic, the Arthur Buckle prison escape, the opening of the JBJ Soul Kitchen and Victor Cruz visiting Brick High School. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @VinEbenau.
Dozens of shore locations open for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
Do you have old, unwanted or unused medicine sitting in your cabinet at home? Well, put them all in a bag and head out Saturday and dispose of them on National Prescription Drug Takeback Day.
Aberdeen Police need your help finding suspects wanted for theft
Aberdeen Police need your help finding four men who allegedly offered to make home repairs for a woman, took her money, left and never came back.
WATCH: Car engulfs in flames outside PNC Bank on Hooper Avenue
It was a scary trip to work for an employee at the Lowe's on Hooper Avenue in Toms River this morning.
Details surrounding fatal car accident in Plumsted revealed
We know a little more about a fatal car accident Sunday in Plumsted.
Mathis Bridge heading into Seaside opens a lane starting today
The long anticipated re-opening of the Mathis Bridge is here.
Shrewsbury Officer who trespassed outside home while off-duty to resign
A Shrewsbury Police officer who admitted to trespassing at a borough residence while off-duty and refusing to leave is now resigning from his post.
Brick Memorial Student arrested for allegedly threatening classmates
A 15-year old student at Brick Memorial High School is arrested Tuesday and charged with making a terroristic threat.
Tuesday night stabbing in Asbury Park under investigation
Monmouth County investigators are combing for clues in the aftermath of a stabbing on Fourth Avenue in Asbury Park last night.
Toms River, Lakewood Police begin security camera initiative
In the era of 'see something, say something' as law enforcement agencies urge you to speak up if things don't look right, come similar programs out of two Ocean County towns to help combat crime and keep us safe.
Details revealed from Thursday crash in Neptune that killed passenger
A Spring Lake Heights man who suffered injuries in a car accident late last week has passed away.