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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.

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  1. Lawsuit: Bergen County Jewish Day School Wrongly Accused Boy Of Sex Assault

    Lawsuit: Bergen County Jewish Day School Wrongly Accused Boy Of Sex Assault

    A Jewish day school in Bergen County is facing a lawsuit for wrongfully accusing a boy of sexually assaulting a student and banning him from graduation, NorthJersey.com reports.Solomon Schechter Day School in New Milford pressured the 14-year-old boy to make a confession without his parents present after he was accused of touching a student inappropriately on a bus during a class trip ...

  2. 'Streeteries' Coming To These NJ Towns (Opening Date Set For Outdoor Dining, Bars )

    'Streeteries' Coming To These NJ Towns (Opening Date Set For Outdoor Dining, Bars )

    Officials are continuing to loosen New Jersey's coronavirus lockdown.Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday announced he'll be signing an executive order allowing restaurants and bars to begin offering in-person and outdoor dining on Monday, June 15.The Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) will be issuing a special ruling to allow liquor license-holders to apply for a one-time permit to ...

  3. Report: American Dream Developer Misses Payments On $1.4B Mortgage For Mall Of America

    Report: American Dream Developer Misses Payments On $1.4B Mortgage For Mall Of America

    The developer of the American Dream Mall in East Rutherford has missed two monthly payments on its $1.4 billion mortgage for the Mall of America in Minnesota, media reports say.Triple Five put up 49 percent interest in the Minnesota mall along with a second mall in Canada as collateral to obtain a $1.67 billion loan for the construction of the American Dream, the Wall Street Journal ...

  4. Parsippany Clerk Surrenders Gun Ownership In Plea Deal For Domestic Violence Arrest

    Parsippany Clerk Surrenders Gun Ownership In Plea Deal For Domestic Violence Arrest

    The Parsippany township clerk is facing a lifetime ban on gun ownership as well as a year of probation after taking a plea deal for a domestic violence charge, reports say.Khaled Madin, 37, broke into a woman’s Parsippany home before he spit in her face, pulled her hair and threw her against furniture, floors and walls, Daily Record reports. He was arrested in February and accepted ...

  5. Pier 1 Imports Closing All Stores, Going Out Of Business

    Pier 1 Imports Closing All Stores, Going Out Of Business

    Pier 1 imports is going out of business and closing all stores including e-commerce operations, the company said in a statement.The company announced plans to run liquidation sales through the end of October once stores can reopen in compliance with novel coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, officials said in a statement.Intellectual property will also be sold in the bankruptcy, ...

  6. Racial, Prejudiced Text Messages Between Paramus Students Prompt Investigation

    Racial, Prejudiced Text Messages Between Paramus Students Prompt Investigation

    Paramus police and school officials are investigating a series of racial remarks shared by students on social media in light of the recent events following the death of George Floyd.The screenshots of a group text messages were widely circulated on social media. At least two people sent racist and prejudiced messages against members of the gay community, women and black people.“The ...

  7. DWI Sussex County Driver With Record Hits Car, Totals His Own

    DWI Sussex County Driver With Record Hits Car, Totals His Own

    A man from Wantage with a substantial criminal record was drunk when he struck a vehicle on Route 23 and totaled his own, reports say.Jeffrey Salazar, 50, was driving northbound in a Dodge pickup truck near Tractor Supply when he swerved into traffic and collided with a silver Toyota on Thursday, May 28 around 6:30 p.m., New Jersey Herald reports.The Toyota’s passenger side was severely ...

  8. Community Rallies For Motorcyclist Airlifted In Sussex County Crash

    Community Rallies For Motorcyclist Airlifted In Sussex County Crash

    The community is rallying for a 55-year-old Sussex County recreational football coach and motorcyclist who was seriously injured in a Route 206 crash.Louis Montana of Branchville was airlifted to Morristown Medical Center with serious injuries after hitting a guardrail while riding his motorcycling on Route 206 in Frankford Township on Wednesday, May 27, authorities said.In addition to ...

  9. Family Narrowly Escapes Readington Township House Fire

    Family Narrowly Escapes Readington Township House Fire

    A fire destroyed a home and nearly trapped the occupants early Monday morning, authorities said.Members of the Readington Police Department, Readington Volunteer Fire Company and the Whitehouse Rescue Squad responded to the Readington Road home after a resident called 911 around 12:20 a.m. Monday, township police said.The residents “narrowly escaped the blaze" after waking up to smoke ...

  10. Pier 1 Imports Closing All Stores, Going Out Of Business

    Pier 1 Imports Closing All Stores, Going Out Of Business

    Pier 1 imports, with 16 New Jersey stores, is going out of business and closing all stores including e-commerce operations, the company said in a statement.The company announced plans to run liquidation sales through the end of October once stores can reopen in compliance with COVID-19 restrictions, officials said in a statement.Intellectual property will also be sold in the bankruptcy, ...

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