History

Happy Birthday 92.7 WOBM!
It was nearly half a century ago, March 1, 1968, that 92.7 WOBM became the first commercial radio station in Ocean County, going on the air during a March snowstorm in our former studios on Route 9 in Bayville. Today, we celebrate our 49th Anniversary and we are proud to still be Ocean County's…
Why Family Heirlooms Matter On This Veterans Day
As we think about the men and women who have served our country on this Veterans Day in Ocean County, in addition to the service members who are currently serving, a lot of us are also thinking about family members who are no longer with us who have served in past conflicts.
Jersey Shore Beatle Fans Check This Out
If your a fan of music, the Beatles and/or John Lennon, then you definitely wanna check out a new book entitled "Lennon on Lennon". Shawn Michaels talks with editor of the project Jeff Burger. The book is a collection of transcribed interviews in which readers get to hear Lennon&ap…
Take a Trip to Double Trouble State Park ! [VIDEO]
Located on the eastern edge of the New Jersey Pine Barrens, Double Trouble Village provides a window into Pine Barrens industry with a complete company town, a sawmill, and a cranberry sorting and packing house.  Its natural resources are characterized by thousands of acres of undisturbed woodl…
Legends of Lacey Township: A Tour Through Time
It's been in the making for over a year and now the documentary "Legends of Lacey Township: A Tour Through Time" is going to be shown for the public. The historical look at Lacey was produced by the team of Jeremy Muermann, Steven Krawiec and Andy DiAngelis. The...
Historic Batsto Village – Jersey Shore Journal [VIDEO]
Historic Batsto Village, a nationally recognized historic site, is located in Wharton State Forest in Southern New Jersey. The Village has changed and survived during several different periods of American history. Archeological investigations have also discovered evidence of Prehistoric life in the …
The Jersey Shore Celebrates National Flag Day
On June 14 we honor Old Glory on National Flag Day.  This day commemorates the adoption of the United States flag on June 14, 1777 ~ National Day Calendar
 
So we are asking ... how do you display your "stars and stripes"  ?
 
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