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Valerie Musson

Content Producer vmusson@dailyvoice.com

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. Essex County Man Busted For Illegally Dumping Construction Debris: Police

    Essex County Man Busted For Illegally Dumping Construction Debris: Police

    An Essex County man was charged Tuesday morning after he was caught illegally dumping construction waste in Newark, authorities said.Officers responding to illegal dumping reports in the industrial area of the North Ward saw Zaire B. Bowman, 25, driving a red dump truck with its bed raised and unloading dirt mixed with stone near 21-49 McCarter Highway around 8:15 a.m., Newark Public ...

  2. 3 Cars Stolen From Mercer County Town In Matter Of Days, Police Say

    3 Cars Stolen From Mercer County Town In Matter Of Days, Police Say

    Three cars were stolen from one Mercer County town in a matter of days, local police confirmed.The vehicles were stolen out of Robbinsville Township in a matter of several days, police said in a Wednesday release.Two of the vehicles stolen had the keys/key fobs left inside, and the third was taken while it was still running.Similar motor vehicle thefts have been confirmed in nearby ...

  3. KNOW ANYTHING? Snow Plow Worth $6K Stolen From Morris County Business, Police Say

    KNOW ANYTHING? Snow Plow Worth $6K Stolen From Morris County Business, Police Say

    Know anything? Police are seeking clues after a snow plow worth approximately $6,000 was stolen from a Morris County business.A Pro-Plow with Ford quad mounts and a big box light kit was stolen from the lot of a business on South Jefferson Road in Hanover, Chief Michael D. Loock said Tuesday.The plow is thought to have been stolen sometime between Jan. 4 and Jan. 6, police said.The ...

  4. Saturday Is School Day For One Of NJ's Largest Districts

    Saturday Is School Day For One Of NJ's Largest Districts

    School on a Saturday? Students in New Jersey’s third-largest district will attend remote classes this weekend to make up for a previously canceled instructional day.The nearly 25,000 students in the Paterson Public School district have virtual classes from 8:20 a.m. to 1 p.m. to make up for Oct. 26, when classes were canceled due to Gov. Phil Murphy’s declared state of emergency, ...

  5. Beloved Hunterdon County Native, Penn State Grad Megan Greene Dies After Long Illness, 38

    Beloved Hunterdon County Native, Penn State Grad Megan Greene Dies After Long Illness, 38

    Beloved Hunterdon County native and Penn State graduate Megan Elizabeth Greene died after a long illness on Jan. 6. She was 38.Born in South Plainfield, Greene grew up in Hunterdon County before moving to Connecticut with her family during her high school years, her obituary says.Greene earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology at Penn State before attending Western Michigan University ...

  6. Support Surges For Beloved Bucks County Man Left Paralyzed After 4 Spine Infections

    Support Surges For Beloved Bucks County Man Left Paralyzed After 4 Spine Infections

    Support is skyrocketing for a beloved Bucks County man who was left paralyzed from the waist down after suffering four different spinal infections and undergoing more than a dozen surgeries.Kevin Sebesky, of Doylestown, has suffered from spine issues for seven years and is in need of a power wheelchair after facing four different infections and undergoing a total of 17 surgeries, ...

  7. UPDATE: New Owners Of Hunterdon County Bowling Property Intend To Keep Alley Open

    UPDATE: New Owners Of Hunterdon County Bowling Property Intend To Keep Alley Open

    Bowling lovers, rejoice: a beloved Hunterdon County alley will stay open despite a transfer of property ownership.West Hunterdon Lanes LLC on Route 12 in Frenchtown first stated in a Jan. 8 Facebook post that the alley would close on April 30 and that the new owners’ plans were unclear.Thank you for your support through the years💕🎳Posted by West Hunterdon Lanes on Saturday, ...

  8. Planet Fitness Opens In Hackettstown (Look Inside)

    Planet Fitness Opens In Hackettstown (Look Inside)

    Planet Fitness has officially opened the doors of its new Hackettstown location.The new gym is now open at 1965 Rt. 57, #13 in the Mansfield Plaza, a representative told DailyVoice.com.The new location features 14,000 square feet of space filled with state-of-the-art cardio machines and strength equipment, a 30-Minute Express Circuit, rowing machines, locker rooms with day showers, ...

  9. PA Man, 47, Sexually Assaults Girl On Her Birthday: Police

    PA Man, 47, Sexually Assaults Girl On Her Birthday: Police

    A 47-year-old Berks County man sexually assaulted a girl on her birthday, authorities said.Moises Rivera Jr. was arrested Tuesday by detectives who determined that he had assaulted the victim on or around her birthday in her bedroom at her family home in Reading in October 2019, according to a release from the Berks County District Attorney.Rivera was 45 years old at the time of the ...

  10. PA Man Guilty Of Murder Could Spend Rest Of His Life In Prison

    PA Man Guilty Of Murder Could Spend Rest Of His Life In Prison

    A Pennsylvania man found guilty of murder is heading to prison for up to 87 years.Ryan Rivera, 24, was convicted of third-degree murder, conspiracy and carrying a firearm in a jury trial on Nov. 19 in the drive-by killing of 22-year-old Tyreek Gardner in May 2019, according to a release from the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office.Rivera confronted Gardner with another man on ...

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