I am the Weekday Morning News Anchor with 92.7 WOBM-FM/Beach Radio/94.3The Point in Ocean County and reporter for the WOBM and NJ 101.5-FM newsrooms and the Shore Sports Network. I began working with TSM-NJ in October of 2015 and have covered a number of stories including New Jersey's Opioid and Heroin epidemic, the Arthur Buckle prison escape, the opening of the JBJ Soul Kitchen and Victor Cruz visiting Brick High School. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @VinEbenau.
Little League Baseball Seasons to start no earlier than May 11
Little League International in Pennsylvania, who have been monitoring the pandemic situation and adhering to advice from the CDC, are advising all local Little League programs across the U.S. to suspend/delay their season to not start until at least Monday, May 11.
Former New York Giant says have a game-plan, don’t drink and drive
The Ocean County Prosecutor, the Ocean County Health Department and former New York Giants offensive lineman David Diehl, are urging motorists of all ages to have a game-plan and not get behind the wheel if they're impaired.
Hockey player with cerebral palsy suits up for Lacey varsity team
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.
New Orleans Saints Wide-Receiver to honor late Neptune HS teammate
The bond you build as high school football teammates will last for the rest of your life and you can ask anyone who played as to why.
Jets receiver, U.S. Soccer legend team with NJAG to educate student-athletes about opioids
As the drug epidemic rages on and wreaks havoc across the Garden State, law enforcement, community groups and others are teaming up for a full court press and red zone defense to keep student-athletes away from harmful opioids.
Three Brick Memorial football players represent school at Jets game
Three Brick Memorial Mustangs represented their school at MetLife Stadium on Sunday after the high school became the Grand Champion of the 2018-19 Department of Agriculture's Jets Play 60 Eat Right, Move More program.
Building Blocks: 2019 Colts Neck Football Preview
The Colts Neck Cougars are a team looking to roar their way back into a winning program after going 12-38 from the 2014 season thru the end of last season.
When Cubs Become Lions: 2019 Lacey Football Preview
The key for the Lacey Lions to shine on the field this season will be from a collective mix of seniors and younger players who need to develop quickly for the team to battle a tough schedule.
Being The Underdogs: Toms River East 2019 Football Preview
The rebuilding process for any team takes a long time to turn things around and as Kyle Sandberg enters his fourth season as Head Coach, he's encouraged by the progress he has seen on the field and is expecting more out of his players in 2019.
Next Hawk Up: 2019 Manchester Football Preview
It's the chemistry and secondary leading the way for a Manchester Hawks team who have not fallen over the last couple seasons despite losing some top talent to graduation.
Matawan High School and NFL Alumni Charlie Rogers released from custody
Former Matawan High School football standout John "Charlie" Rogers Jr. has been released from custody under set provisions two days after turning himself into Aberdeen Police on charges related to an October incident where he allegedly threatened someone and their family with a sword.
Several Wall High School football players come down with stomach virus
It started out with a week one dominating performance Friday night for the Wall High School football team over Lakewood but ended with half of the players coming down with a sickness over the weekend.