I am the Weekday Morning News Anchor and Reporter with 92.7 WOBM, 94.3The Point, 105.7TheHawk and Beach 104.1 and also host Jersey Shore Journal on all four-stations on Sundays at 6 am. I am also an on-air reporter for NJ-101.5 and a Play-By-Play Announcer/Reporter for the Shore Sports Network. I began working with TSM-NJ in 2015 and have covered a number of stories over the years including a focus on the drug epidemic, Covid-19 pandemic, telling human interest stories that are inspiring and of communities rallying together. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @VinEbenau.
Island Heights Police Officer rescues child from locked vehicle, helps pay for broken wind…
In Island Heights, Patrolman Mellott came to the rescue of a child locked inside of a vehicle and then helped ensure the vehicle was taken care of as well.
Attorney General’s office investigating fatal bike accident in Atlantic City
An accident involving a bicycle and a police vehicle that became fatal is currently under investigation by the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.
Police looking for Garden State Parkway road rage motorcyclist in Toms River
Police are trying to find the man who used his fists to smash the windshield and hood of the vehicle behind him, causing significant damage.
U.S. Coast Guard, Good Samaritan rescue six boaters in peril off Atlantic City coast
The United States Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City along with a good samaritan helped six people to safety after their boat began taking on water about 34-miles east of A.C.
Atlantic Hurricane Season underway, here’s how you can be prepared
Atlantic Hurricane season officially gets underway today and runs through November 30 and there's a few things you can do now in the event a storm of any scale comes our way this year.
Toms River couple who ran spa allegedly offered sexual favors for money
A Toms River couple, who owns Spa 1800 on Lakewood Road, is charged with money laundering and promoting prostitution after they began offering sexual favors to clients in exchange for money.
NJ Congressman secures 41-million medical gloves for first responders
Representative Chris Smith (NJ - 4th District) has secured a massive haul of gloves for first responders on the front lines of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Instant Chills When Teen With Cerebral Palsy Scores at First Varsity Hockey Game
18-year-old Eric Czapliniski has been the team manager for the Lacey High School Lions for the past three seasons while also playing Center for the Brick Stars Challenger Program.
Expansion bill of New Jersey’s “Move Over Law” is signed into law
A bill that would strengthen protection for emergency workers including police officers from being hit by people ignoring the "Move Over Law" was signed into law on Monday by Governor Phil Murphy.
NJ Transportation Crews and NJSP Holding Evacuation Drills Today
New Jersey transportation officials as well as State Police will be conducting their annual emergency evacuation exercise today to practice and refine a response in the event of a major storm like a hurricane.