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.
The Barnegat Bay Is Not Dead After Sandy [AUDIO]
To all those critics out there, all of those "Negative Nancy's," all those who believe the Barnegat Bay is totally doomed - you're wrong.
Holdouts Not Budging On Easements [AUDIO]
The 11-mile-long oceanfront dune project remains up in the air, thanks to hundreds of holdouts, refusing to sign easements.
Two Brick Men Die In Violent Crash
A violent accident involving a tree and a bicyclist claims the life of two young men from Brick.
New Life for Long Beach Island Landmark [AUDIO/VIDEO]
While many of the old Jersey landmarks have come and gone, there is still one along a busy stretch of Route 9 in Southern Ocean County.
Sandy Delays Ocean County Budgets [AUDIO]
Normally by now, county and municipal budgets are set. But Superstorm Sandy knocked the pins out of that plan, as many sit, anxiously awaiting the much-needed federal relief money.
Rip Currents a Big Threat This Summer in NJ [AUDIO]
What's the number one killer at New Jersey beaches every summer? Rip currents. They lead the list of surf hazards for anyone of any age. Thousands are rescued each year while hundreds of others drown.
Jackson Man Arrested For Gunshots That Led To School Lockdown
There were some tense moments in Jackson yesterday after gunfire was reported and several schools went into lockdown.
Route 571 To Be Detoured At Toms River-Manchester Line
A ten week bridge revamp starts today on the border of Toms River and Manchester causing delays for drivers on an important east-west road in Ocean County.
Former Pine Beach Officer Dies In Texas [VIDEO]
A former Pine Beach & Jackson police officer has died after an accident in Frisco, Texas.
Oyster CreekTests New Sirens Today
If you live or work near Lacey Township's Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant, expect to hear the alarms today.
Sammy Owners Face Animal Cruelty Charges
A Brick husband and wife accused of animal cruelty face the judge.
Father In Toms River Shooting Case Not Expected In Court [AUDIO]
The father of the four-year-old Toms River boy, who fatally shot his six-year-old friend last month while they were playing outside, was expected in court today, but according to his attorney, he will likely not be there.