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Valerie Musson

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Valerie Musson is a passionate and enthusiastic digital newswriter and journalist from Rochester, New York. She graduated from the State University of New York at Fredonia with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism.

With past experience in video production, digital marketing and SEO, Valerie’s work has been published across a host of different publications. She has written for The Rockland County TimesCNY Vision, and Freelance Weekly. She has also produced marketing content for MentionSmall Business Marketing Tools, Green and Clean Mom, My Boat Life, and many other sites.

For more from Valerie, visit her professional writing portfolio at valeriemusson.contently.com.

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  1. PD: Accused Montclair Car Thief Assaults Officers During Morris County Search For Stolen Jaguar

    PD: Accused Montclair Car Thief Assaults Officers During Morris County Search For Stolen Jaguar

    A Montclair man caught with a stolen Jaguar resisted arrest and fought police who asked for the keys at a Morris County hotel, authorities said.A report of a stolen 2020 Jaguar led police to a local Marriott hotel on Tuesday, August 4, where a witness told officers that a thin black man had parked a Jaguar in the parking lot and locked it before heading east down Route 10, Hanover ...

  2. Police: Randolph Man Refusing To Fix Face Mask Scalds QuickChek Cashier With Hot Coffee

    Police: Randolph Man Refusing To Fix Face Mask Scalds QuickChek Cashier With Hot Coffee

    A QuickChek cashier suffered burns on her legs when a Randolph man threw his hot coffee on her after she asked him to readjust his face mask, authorities said.John Dedolce, 42, was wearing a mask that was only covering his mouth at the QuickChek on Ridgedale Avenue in Cedar Knolls when the cashier asked him to pull it up to cover his nose last Friday, Hanover Police said in a ...

  3. UPDATE: Police Charge Morris County Dad Who Left Kids In Sweltering Car While Shopping

    UPDATE: Police Charge Morris County Dad Who Left Kids In Sweltering Car While Shopping

    A 34-year-old Morris County dad was charged more than a month after leaving his two children -- one with developmental disabilities -- in a sweltering car for more than 45 minutes while he shopped, authorities announced.Paul Michel, of Lake Hiawatha, was charged with abandonment and disorderly conduct in connection with the incident, Hanover Police Chief Mark D. Roddy said ...

  4. $1.6M Jersey Cash 5 Ticket Sold In Essex County

    $1.6M Jersey Cash 5 Ticket Sold In Essex County

    A Jersey Cash 5 ticket worth more than $1.6 million was sold in Essex County.A ticket matching all five numbers for Friday’s drawing was sold at Tremont Liquor on Sanford Street in East Orange.The winning numbers were: 20, 24, 30, 31, and 45. The XTRA number was 03.The lucky winner will take home the Jersey Cash 5 jackpot of $1,669,143.

  5. KNOW HIM? Newark Police Seek Man Who Pointed Gun At Family Dollar Worker

    KNOW HIM? Newark Police Seek Man Who Pointed Gun At Family Dollar Worker

    Authorities in Newark are seeking the public's help identifying a man who they say aimed a gun at a worker at Family Dollar on Thursday night.A man pointed a handgun at a worker at Family Dollar Store on the 800 block of North 6th Street around 6:40 p.m., Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said in a release.The man — who had previously acted hostile toward the store’s ...

  6. More Than 300K NJ Electric Customers Still Don't Have Power

    More Than 300K NJ Electric Customers Still Don't Have Power

    Hundreds of thousands of New Jersey residents were still without electricity Friday -- three days after Tropical Storm Isaias pummeled the region.As of Friday morning, about 221,001 of JCP&L’s 1,131,720 customers were without power, followed by about 86,431 out of 2,326,730 PSE&G customers and 2,757 out of 545,450 Atlantic City Electric customers.Crews were prioritizing the ...

  7. Heroin, Cocaine, $34K Cash Seized In Essex County Drug Raid

    Heroin, Cocaine, $34K Cash Seized In Essex County Drug Raid

    Newark police arrested four men and seized various amounts of heroin, crack cocaine and fentanyl and more than $34,000 during a raid on two Essex County homes, authorities said.Tony Toney of Newark, Christopher Rodriguez of Newark, Timothy Finkley of Bloomfield and Harold Finkley of Maplewood were charged with numerous narcotics and firearm offenses after Wednesday’s raid at homes ...

  8. Here's Which NJ Parks Are Open, Closed After Tropical Storm Isaias

    Here's Which NJ Parks Are Open, Closed After Tropical Storm Isaias

    More than a dozen New Jersey state parks and forests were closed to visitors for cleanup from Tropical Storm Isaias as of Friday evening.Many of them will remain closed for several days, according to a Facebook post being updated daily by the NJ Parks Department.More than 300,000 New Jersey residents were also without power as of Friday afternoon.The following state parks and forests ...

  9. HEROES: NJ Transit Police Use CPR To Save Life Of Woman Struck By Car In Burlington County

    HEROES: NJ Transit Police Use CPR To Save Life Of Woman Struck By Car In Burlington County

    New Jersey Transit Police used CPR to save the life of a woman struck by a car while crossing the street in Burlington County.While participating in community outreach services for homelessness in Palmyra, Transit Police Officers Gary Denamen, Gary Timmons and Joseph Carullo⁣ saw a woman who had been hit by a car while crossing the street on Thursday, July 30, authorities said in a ...

  10. KNOW HIM? Police Seek Man Who Shot Newark Restaurant Worker

    KNOW HIM? Police Seek Man Who Shot Newark Restaurant Worker

    Authorities are seeking the public's help identifying a man who they say shot a restaurant worker in Newark Wednesday night.A man shot a worker at Royal Fried Chicken on South Orange Avenue shortly before 9:30 p.m., Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said in a release.The man then exited the restaurant and ran north on Bergen Street, Ambrose said.The victim was transported ...

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