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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. COVID-19: Morris County Elementary School Goes Remote

    COVID-19: Morris County Elementary School Goes Remote

    A Morris County elementary school is closed for the week following a positive COVID-19 case.The positive case was reported among a community member at Stony Brook Elementary School, Superintendent Peter Turnamian said in a letter sent Monday to parents.All students will participate in remote learning while contract tracing is carried out, Turnamian said.Those in close contact with ...

  2. Out Of State Couple Busted With Handgun, Hollow-Point Bullets In Routine Morris County Stop

    Out Of State Couple Busted With Handgun, Hollow-Point Bullets In Routine Morris County Stop

    A couple from West Virginia had a handgun with a high-capacity magazine and hollow-point bullets when they were stopped in Morris County, authorities said.Brian Moats, 29, and Alexis King, 38 — both of Morgantown, West Virginia — were stopped on West Mill Road in Washington Township around 1 a.m. on Sept. 30, Lt. Mark Niemynski said.Moats, the passenger, initially gave police a fake ...

  3. KNOW HIM? Police Seek Help Identifying Morris County Yard Sign Thief

    KNOW HIM? Police Seek Help Identifying Morris County Yard Sign Thief

    Police in Morris County are seeking help identifying a man accused of stealing yard signs in Mountain Lakes last week.The man pictured above was caught on surveillance footage and is accused of stealing signs in the area of Morris Avenue just after 7:30 p.m. Oct. 16, police said.Last week, police in Denville were trying to identify a woman captured on surveillance footage stealing ...

  4. Former NJ Corrections Officer Who Had Sex With 3 Inmates Gets 5 Years Behind Bars

    Former NJ Corrections Officer Who Had Sex With 3 Inmates Gets 5 Years Behind Bars

    A former New Jersey corrections officer who pleaded guilty to having sex with three inmates at a women's prison was sentenced to five years behind bars and was forced to forfeit his job and pension, authorities said.Ahnwar Dixon, 42, of East Orange, was sentenced Oct. 21 by the Superior Court Judge Angela Borkowski, Acting Hunterdon County Prosecutor Michael J. Williams said. ...

  5. PHOTOS: Fire Crews Douse Sussex County 4-Story Apartment Blaze

    PHOTOS: Fire Crews Douse Sussex County 4-Story Apartment Blaze

    Fire crews in Newton jumped to action to put out a blaze that broke out on the first floor of a 4-story apartment complex Wednesday morning.A rear bedroom at Gateway Condos on Sparta Avenue went up in flames shortly after 4 a.m., the Newton Fire Department said.Nobody was found inside the apartment during a search by fire crews, who worked quickly to put a line into service and get ...

  6. COVID-19: Phillipsburg HS Sports Team Quarantined After Player On Opposing Team Tests Positive

    COVID-19: Phillipsburg HS Sports Team Quarantined After Player On Opposing Team Tests Positive

    Phillipsburg High School switched to remote learning for two weeks with an entire athletic team under quarantine after a player on an opposing team tested positive for COVID-19, district officials said.Superintendent Gregory A. Troxwell did not say which team was under isolation in a letter sent Tuesday, Oct. 20.Meanwhile, Troxwell encourages all students and staff members in the ...

  7. Police: Warren County Woman Hospitalized After Swerving Off Route 31, Crashing Into Tree

    Police: Warren County Woman Hospitalized After Swerving Off Route 31, Crashing Into Tree

    A Warren County woman was hospitalized after she swerved off Route 31 in Warren County and slammed into a tree Tuesday morning, authorities said.Denise Drukker, 55, of Liberty Township, was driving a 2018 brown Dodge Ram 150 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 just before 10:40 a.m., ...

  8. NJ Police Officer Running In 5-Day, 240-Mile Race In Utah Honoring Friend Who Died Of Suicide

    NJ Police Officer Running In 5-Day, 240-Mile Race In Utah Honoring Friend Who Died Of Suicide

    Morris County Park Police Officer Steven M. Harvey started training for a marathon at the beginning of this year.But when the marathon he had set his sights on was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he knew he couldn’t just throw in the towel; he was meant for something bigger.That’s when Harvey amped up his training and started running to and from work each day — a distance of more ...

  9. Raid Of 26-Year-Old Warren County Man's Home Turns Up Pills, Mushrooms, Cocaine

    Raid Of 26-Year-Old Warren County Man's Home Turns Up Pills, Mushrooms, Cocaine

    A 26-year-old Warren County man accused of selling cocaine and other drugs was arrested following a month-long investigation, authorities said.Jeramy Lepisko, 26, was arrested Sept. 24 after a search of his home on Allen Road in Mansfield Township turned up cocaine, mushrooms, morphine, Suboxone, OxyContin, Xanax and more than $9,000 in cash, Acting Warren County Prosecutor James ...

  10. Prosecutor: NJ Man With More Than 1,000 Child Porn Pictures Shared To Site With 4M Subscribers

    Prosecutor: NJ Man With More Than 1,000 Child Porn Pictures Shared To Site With 4M Subscribers

    A Hunterdon County man is facing numerous charges for possession and distribution of thousands of child pornography images to a site with millions of subscribers, authorities said.Moiz Khan, 59, of Whitehouse Station, is accused of sharing the images on a public blog with four million subscribers, Acting Hunterdon County Prosecutor Michael J. Williams said Tuesday.Khan also had more ...

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