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.
High Hopes for Post-Sandy Summer Tourism Season [AUDIO]
While the recovery from Superstorm Sandy continues, Memorial Day will be here before you know it and state tourism officials are hoping for a better season than last year.
Sandy Relief Money Coming to Ocean County [AUDIO]
Over a year later, some Ocean County municipalities are still waiting for Superstorm Sandy recovery money. But the wait may soon be over.
FEMA Releases Preliminary Flood Maps [AUDIO]
It's hard to believe Superstorm Sandy hit the Garden State almost a year and four months ago. It has been a very stressful time for the thousands of people trying to pick up the pieces of what Mother Nature left behind.
Deadline is Today for Sandy Business Grant Applications
the Stronger New Jersey Business Grant program has been there to help provide a necessary cushion to those in need. The deadline to apply for one of them is today.
Sandy Business Grant Deadline Looming [AUDIO]
The deadline for businesses to submit applications for the Stronger NJ Business Grant Program, which provides grants of up to $50,000 to properties damaged by Superstorm Sandy, is Dec. 31.
Toms River Business Gets A Lift… Literally!
It's hard to believe that tomorrow marks one year since Superstorm Sandy came ashore, leaving a lot of devastation in her wake and changing life for many in the Garden State forever.
Toms River Council Passes Eminent Domain Ordinance
The Toms River Township Council passed the eminent domain ordinance with no public comment on Tuesday night.
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.
Bankers Help Rebuild Sandy Ravaged Homes
Superstorm Sandy turns one year old on October 29th. In the almost 12 months since it came ashore, there are still thousands without a place to call home.
Disaster Preparedness Event Comes To Toms River This Weekend
When the Superstorm came ashore almost 11 months ago, it not only destroyed property - it left many of us on edge, stressed out and worried about the future. One local organization is here to help.