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Valerie Musson

Reporter 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. ‘We Can’t Carry On:' Popular Flemington Restaurant Announces Permanent Closure After A Decade

    ‘We Can’t Carry On:' Popular Flemington Restaurant Announces Permanent Closure After A Decade

    A popular Flemington breakfast, lunch, and dinner restaurant has announced its plans to shutter the store after more than a decade citing inflation, labor shortages, and more.Platform One & CTO Catering on Rt. 12 made an announcement on its Facebook page stating that its last day open would be Friday, Oct. 14.“We simply can’t carry on weathering the storm,” reads the post.“From ...

  2. Multiple Tractor-Trailer Crash Dumps Fuel, Shuts Down Rt. 78 In Hunterdon County (DEVELOPING)

    Multiple Tractor-Trailer Crash Dumps Fuel, Shuts Down Rt. 78 In Hunterdon County (DEVELOPING)

    A crash involving multiple tractor-trailers shut down Route 78 in Hunterdon County and dumped fuel on the highway, developing reports say.The crash occurred in the eastbound lanes near milepost 17.4 in Clinton around 1:20 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, according to initial and unconfirmed reports.The county HazMaz team was called to the scene for a fuel leak from a saddle tank, the initial ...

  3. Woman Attacked, Cat Killed By 2 'Aggressive' Dogs On The Loose In Lehigh Valley, Police Warn

    Woman Attacked, Cat Killed By 2 'Aggressive' Dogs On The Loose In Lehigh Valley, Police Warn

    A woman was attacked and a cat killed by a pair of "aggressive" dogs that are continually on the loose around the Lehigh Valley area, police say.Officers are now attempting to have the canines classified as dangerous around the state but are running into a series of legal technicalities due to the owner’s alleged refusal to surrender them.The first attack occurred on a woman near Willow ...

  4. Stray Cat Tests Positive For Rabies In Hunterdon County After Having Litter Of Kittens

    Stray Cat Tests Positive For Rabies In Hunterdon County After Having Litter Of Kittens

    A stray cat tested positive for rabies in Hunterdon County after having a litter of kittens, health officials said.The feline was found near Frontage Road and Old York Road near the intersection of Route 202/31 in Ringoes/East Amwell Township and tested positive for rabies on Wednesday, Sept. 28, according to the Hunterdon County Dept. of Health.The cat was a ...

  5. Trapped Baby Rescued By Good Samaritans From Flipping SUV In Lehigh Valley: Report

    Trapped Baby Rescued By Good Samaritans From Flipping SUV In Lehigh Valley: Report

    Several Good Samaritans came to the immediate rescue of an 18-month-old child trapped in an SUV that had flipped following a serious crash in the Lehigh Valley on Wednesday, Sept. 28, LehighValleyLive reports.One person was taken to St. Luke’s Easton Hospital and two other adults were trapped inside the vehicle following the two-car crash on the 200 block of Nazareth Rd. in Palmer ...

  6. Pequannock Man, 49, Flown To Hospital After Drunken Crash Onto Front Lawn: Police

    Pequannock Man, 49, Flown To Hospital After Drunken Crash Onto Front Lawn: Police

    A 49-year-old Pequannock man was flown to a nearby hospital after a drunken crash onto a front lawn, authorities said.Officers responding to a report of a crash in Pequannock found Christopher Lamoureaux, of Pompton Plains, trapped in his vehicle on the front yard at 396 Boulevard around 2:25 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18, police said in a release.Emergency crews helped extricate Lamoureaux ...

  7. SEPTA Train Derails After More Than Two Dozen Board, Suspending Trenton Services: Reports

    SEPTA Train Derails After More Than Two Dozen Board, Suspending Trenton Services: Reports

    A SEPTA train with more than two dozen passengers derailed and suspended transportation services in Trenton on Wednesday, Sept. 28, reports say.The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority train had just departed from the Trenton Transportation Center and was traveling slowly when it derailed not long after 11 a.m., NJ.com reported citing company spokesperson Andrew Busch.A ...

  8. Devoted Lehigh Valley Dad, Waterproofing Company Owner, Karate Blackbelt Dies At 39

    Devoted Lehigh Valley Dad, Waterproofing Company Owner, Karate Blackbelt Dies At 39

    Devoted Lehigh Valley father, waterproofing company owner, and karate blackbelt Brock H. Schneck died at his home on Tuesday, Sept. 13. He was 39.Born in Allentown, Brock attended Northampton High School, where he played varsity baseball for three years before graduating in 2001, his obituary says.Brock went on to own his own waterproofing company. He had been working in the business ...

  9. Partial Bethlehem Train Derailment Captured In 'Beautiful' Series Of Photos

    Partial Bethlehem Train Derailment Captured In 'Beautiful' Series Of Photos

    The partial train derailment in Bethlehem on Tuesday, Sept. 27 was captured in a stunning series of photos from Lehigh Valley With Love.The derailment occurred near Riverside Dr. and W. 2nd St. around 8:20 p.m., Bethlehem Police said. Local traffic was not affected as Norfolk Southern arrived at the scene to assess damages.Meanwhile, a series of photographs from Facebook blog Lehigh ...

  10. KNOW THEM? Men Spent Nearly $11K On Bogus Credit Card At Warren County Speedway, Police Say

    KNOW THEM? Men Spent Nearly $11K On Bogus Credit Card At Warren County Speedway, Police Say

    Recognize them? Police are seeking the public’s help identifying two men they say racked up a bill of nearly $11,000 using a fraudulent credit card at a Speedway gas station in Warren County.The men — pictured above — used a fraudulent credit card to load around $10,800 onto 24 Visa gift cards at the Speedway on Main Street in Hackettstown shortly after 11:20 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 26, ...

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