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Jason Allentoff

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.
John Ducey delivers a victory speech as Brick's newly elected mayor
John Ducey delivers a victory speech as Brick's newly elected mayor (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
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A Major Victory For Brick Township Democrats

Election Night 2013 is in the history books. There were several big races to watch out for aside from the Governor's seat.  In Brick Township, it was a battle over the Mayor and Council seats held for years by the Republicans.  That is, until last night.  

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Matt Doherty, Faith Liguori, Dr. John Lumpkin,Carolyn Beauchamp, Don Dalessio and Steve Adubato
(L-R) Host Steve Adubato with Don Dalessio,Faith Liguori, Dr. John Lumpkin,Carolyn Beauchamp and Matt Doherty (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
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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. 

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Republican members of the Toms River Council (clockwise): Al Manforti, Maria Maruca, Brian Kubiel and Jeffrey Carr
Republican members of the Toms River Council (clockwise): Al Manforti, Maria Maruca, Brian Kubiel and Jeffrey Carr (Township of Toms River)
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Toms River GOP Council Members Defend Their Records

Election Day is less than three weeks away and there are plenty of races to watch all over the Garden State.  Yesterday we heard from the four Democrats who are eyeing up seats currently held by Republicans.  Today, we hear from them, who defend their records of service for the past few years.

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The Ocean County Health Department (Courtesy Patch.com)
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WIC Clients Can Still Be Served In Ocean County

The Ocean County Health Department has received guidance this morning from the New Jersey Department of Health that WIC clients can be issued vouchers dating back to October 1, 2013. Although the federal government shut down officially continues, the Ocean County Health Department (OCHD) continues to strive to meet the needs of WIC clients serviced by the agency," said Ocean County Freeholder Gerry P

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