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NJ Driver Killed In Head-On Crash Leaves Behind Wife, Kids
Support is on the rise for the family of a New Jersey dad who was killed in a head-on crash earlier this week.
Christopher Jones, 56, of Hampton, was driving a Subaru north on Route 31 when he entered the left lane going against the flow of traffic and collided with a southbound Mack truck head-on, suffering fatal injuries around 7:45 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 27, Daily Voice reported.
Christopher is remembered as a “kind soul” and adored his wife Monica, and their children, Ed, Manny, and Francesco, a GoFundMe launched for the family’s support says.
“We lost a key piece of our family when Chri…
Justin Sassaman Of Alexandria Dies, 2 Months
Hunterdon County is in mourning for Justin Howard Sassaman, a 2-month-old boy who died at home in Alexandria Township on Saturday, Nov. 18.
Born in Raritan Township, Justin leaves behind his loving parents, Jenny Rae Sassaman and Tyler J. Gatlin, his obituary says.
He is also survived by his cherished siblings, Logan Sassaman, Joseph Papa, Leon Gatlin, and Tyler Gatlin, Jr.; his Maternal grandparents, Ray A. and Kat J. Sassaman; uncle, Jason H. Sassaman, and cousin Ty Ellis.
A celebration of Justin’s life will be planned for a later date. Donations were being made in Justin’s lo…
Snow Flurries Possible This Evening In Parts Of North Jersey
Wintry weather may be working its way through parts of North Jersey later today, Tuesday, Nov. 28.
The National Weather Service was predicting up to a 40 percent chance of flurries in the northern and westernmost parts of the state in the late afternoon and evening hours.
Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Morris, Union, Sussex, Warren, and Hunterdon counties could all see snow through the evening, according to the NWS.
The greatest chance of snow is in Sussex County, where the NWS predicted a 40% chance of flurries before 5 p.m.
🥶🧥 Temperatures will remain steady in the 30s for the remainder o…
NJ's Blake McGuire Dies At 27: 'Free Spirit'
Blake Kyle McGuire, of Bethlehem Township, died at his home on Friday, Nov. 17, his obituary says. He was 27 years old.
Born in Edison, Blake graduated from North Hunterdon High School in 2014 before attending Raritan Valley Community College.
He is being remembered as a “free spirit” with a passion for art and music, who loved to make others laugh with his one-of-a-kind sense of humor, his obit reads.
"I had Blake as a student and always enjoyed him," a former teacher wrote on Facebook. "He always made me smile."
Blake is survived by his parents, William and Susan McGuire; sisters, K…