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.
Toms River’s Cancer Cluster Watchdog Ready for Latest Update [AUDIO]
The group of Toms River parents and health advocates who banded together after a spike in child cancer rates in the 1990s, plans to meet Monday night in Toms River Town Hall.
Barnegat Police Seek Runaway Girl
Barnegat Police are looking for a missing 17-year-old girl who was last seen before Thanksgiving.
Why Do We Eat More During the Holidays? [AUDIO]
The holiday eating season that begins with Halloween candy and ends with champagne on New Year's Eve may be attributable to stress, according to a recent study released in Germany.
Body Found Inside Parked Car at Toms River Hospital ID’d
A 28-year-old man found dead inside the backseat of a car in the parking garage at Community Medical Center in Toms River likely died of an overdose.
Jackson Delays Vote On Jewish Girls School
Jackson Township's Zoning Board has postponed its vote on whether or not to build an orthodox Jewish girls school in the township.
Noise Complaints at Earle Prompts Action [AUDIO]
A daily military tradition at Monmouth County's Naval Weapons Station Earle is not sitting too well with some of it's neighbors.
Mold Cleanup Complete At Brick School
The mold cleanup and remediation at Drum Point Elementary School in brick is complete and school officials are holding a meeting tonight to update parents.
Shore Area Charity Seeking Toys And Clothes For The Holidays
The holidays are just around the corner. One shore based charity wants to ensure that all children have a visit from Santa Claus.
Federal Dollars Help Waterways After Sandy [AUDIO]
Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) announced federal funding for the cleanup of lakes and waterways affected by Superstorm Sandy in Monmouth and Middlesex Counties.
The Mental Impact From The Superstorm
Although the massive amounts of debris from Superstorm Sandy have been hauled away, the emotional scars remain almost a year later. For many of us, they will never leave. But there is help out there.
Ocean County Teacher Gets National Attention [AUDIO]
A fourth grade teacher from Ortley Beach, who has spent the last 29 years at the Hugh J. Boyd Elementary School in Seaside Heights, is getting national attention as one of People Magazine's Teacher's of the Year.
Ocean County Waits for FEMA Money [AUDIO]
You have probably heard that old saying "the check is in the mail," right? Well, for Ocean County waiting for that Superstorm Sandy relief money, their patience is growing rather thin.