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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. 1 Ejected, Seriously Injured In Double Motorcycle Crash On Route 80 In Warren County

    1 Ejected, Seriously Injured In Double Motorcycle Crash On Route 80 In Warren County

    One person was hospitalized with serious injuries after two motorcycles crashed on Route 80 in Warren County Friday afternoon, State Police said.A Honda motorcycle collided with an Indian motorcycle on the eastbound side near milepost 8.4 in Knowlton Township just before 3 p.m., NJSP Sgt. Lawrence Peele told Daily Voice.The Honda rider was ejected and taken to an area hospital ...

  2. Morris County Authorities Nab ShopRite Masturbator, 68, Who Told Woman He Was Touching Himself

    Morris County Authorities Nab ShopRite Masturbator, 68, Who Told Woman He Was Touching Himself

    A Wharton man was charged with lewdness and harassment for telling a woman in a ShopRite parking lot he was masturbating, authorities said.Jorge Rivera, 68, was driving a white Chevy Astro van through the Rockaway ShopRite parking lot when he approached the woman in early September, Rockaway Police Lt. Paul Reilly said.Rivera looked at the woman and told her he was performing a lewd act ...

  3. Sussex County Mom, 37, Who Raised Thousands For Cancer Research Dies After Her Own Battle

    Sussex County Mom, 37, Who Raised Thousands For Cancer Research Dies After Her Own Battle

    The Sussex County community is mourning the death of a 37-year-old mother of two who raised more than $30,000 for cancer research before succumbing to the disease herself this week.Antoinette M. Rogers died Monday, Oct. 19 at the MSK Cancer Center in New York City, her obituary says.Rogers was born in North Carolina, but lived the majority of her life in Hamburg. She moved to Sparta ...

  4. COVID-19: Morris County High School Goes Remote Due To Sixth Positive Case

    COVID-19: Morris County High School Goes Remote Due To Sixth Positive Case

    Six COVID-19 cases have been confirmed at a Morris County High School.Kinnelon High School has subsequently transitioned to remote learning until Nov. 9, district officials said in a letter sent to parents.The decision was made in compliance with the New Jersey Department of Health COVID-19 Public Health Recommendations for Local Health Departments for K-12 Schools, which suggests a ...

  5. Warren County Woman, 55, Who Swerved, Struck Tree Dies At Hospital

    Warren County Woman, 55, Who Swerved, Struck Tree Dies At Hospital

    A Warren County woman who swerved off Route 31 and slammed into a tree Tuesday morning died at the hospital the same day.Denise Drukker, 55, of Liberty Township, was driving a pickup truck in the left lane of Route 31 south in Oxford Township when she swerved into the right lane, up an embankment and into a tree, Washington Township Police Lt. John Kaufmann said.Drukker was ...

  6. Chatham High School Graduate, Tri-Varsity Athlete Cory Heidaran Dies, 27

    Chatham High School Graduate, Tri-Varsity Athlete Cory Heidaran Dies, 27

    Former Jersey City and Chatham resident Cory C. Heidaran died Oct. 8. He was 27 years old.Heidaran was born in Rockville, Maryland and spent time in California and North Carolina before settling in Chatham, where he graduated high school in 2012, according to his obituary.Heidaran was known for his passion of sports and was an avid football, lacrosse and ice hockey player, making him a ...

  7. Union County Man Nabbed In Rash Of Morris County Home Burglaries, Car Thefts

    Union County Man Nabbed In Rash Of Morris County Home Burglaries, Car Thefts

    A 22-year-old man who police say burglarized numerous homes and vehicles in Morris County last month has been charged.Elijah Lott, of Scotch Plains, is accused of breaking into at least three Chatham Township homes and stealing valuables in September, Morris County Acting Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll said in a release Friday.Some of the homes Lott targeted were occupied during the ...

  8. Police: Trio Selling Heroin, Ecstasy Busted In Sussex County Traffic Stop

    Police: Trio Selling Heroin, Ecstasy Busted In Sussex County Traffic Stop

    Two women and a man accused of selling heroin and ecstasy were arrested following a traffic stop in Sussex County Wednesday, authorities said.Lisa M. Repici, 31, of Newton, Dominick J. Wilson, 34, of Paterson and Shaunamarie C. Orlando, 30, of Wantage were charged with various possession and distribution offenses for heroin and ecstasy after the Newton stop, police said.Repici and ...

  9. SEE ANYTHING? 5 Vehicles Burglarized, 3 Stolen In Tewksbury Township

    SEE ANYTHING? 5 Vehicles Burglarized, 3 Stolen In Tewksbury Township

    Police in Tewksbury Township are looking for clues after five vehicles were burglarized overnight and three reported stolen last weekend.Five cars had been reported burglarized overnight as of 8:30 a.m. Thursday — including one that had been accessed by using a garage door opener in another car, township police said.The burglaries were reported in the area of Pruner Farm, Apple Lane and ...

  10. Police: Disgruntled Hackettstown Salon Worker Throws Maskless Tantrum Over Facebook Issue

    Police: Disgruntled Hackettstown Salon Worker Throws Maskless Tantrum Over Facebook Issue

    A former Warren County salon employee returned to the workplace to throw a tantrum and scream at his former colleagues because of a Facebook issue -- all without wearing a face mask, authorities said.Vincent J. Broska, 50, began lashing out at the employees at Cutting Crew on Route 57 in Hackettstown Wednesday, Sept. 16 due to an issue on social media, Mansfield Township Police ...

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