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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. Goo Goo Dolls Frontman Gives Union County Porch Performance

    Goo Goo Dolls Frontman Gives Union County Porch Performance

    Westfield residents were in for a treat when Goo Goo Dolls frontman John Rzeznik put on a special “porch performance" at his house last Friday.The performance was part of an effort to raise money for the Westfield United Fund, a local group that supports small businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.“I hope everybody is doing the right thing, staying a few feet away from ...

  2. New Jersey Walmart Stores Hiring 2,400 Workers To Meet COVID-19 Demands

    New Jersey Walmart Stores Hiring 2,400 Workers To Meet COVID-19 Demands

    Walmart stores across New Jersey are hiring 2,400 new associates to help keep up with high demands related to the COVID-19 outbreak.Employees are needed for stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers in an effort to hire 150,000 nationwide, officials said.The hiring process will be expedited, and the normal two-week process will be reduced to 24 hours for key roles like ...

  3. These North Jersey Restaurants Have Special Family Deals

    These North Jersey Restaurants Have Special Family Deals

    Takeout and delivery are your options when it comes to New Jersey restaurants for the next several weeks.Many places are offering special deals as the state works to stop the spread of coronavirus.Below are some local businesses offering special deals who you can support during this time.Restaurants on this list are in Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Sussex, Union, ...

  4. Millennials Help Jersey City's Most Vulnerable With Launch Of Free Delivery Service

    Millennials Help Jersey City's Most Vulnerable With Launch Of Free Delivery Service

    Four young adults have taken it upon themselves to create a network of volunteers throughout Jersey City and NYC to pick up groceries for those who are most at risk for COVID-19.Simone, Liam, Mimi, and Healy of New York City started Invisible Hands Deliver after recognizing the serious threats the virus has for immunocompromised and elderly populations.There were more than 2,500 ...

  5. Morris County Detective, K-9 Partner Win A&E Series 'America's Top Dog'

    Morris County Detective, K-9 Partner Win A&E Series 'America's Top Dog'

    A detective with the Morris County Sheriff’s Office and his K-9 companion were officially declared the winners of on A&E reality series "America’s Top Dog."Detective Corporal Michael McMahon and his K-9 partner, a Belgian Malinois named Kaiser ('Kai' for short), took home the grand prize of $25,000 on Wednesday night's episode.The pair first honed their skills as one of the ...

  6. COVID-19: Trio Of Montclair State Employees Test Positive

    COVID-19: Trio Of Montclair State Employees Test Positive

    Three Montclair State University employees have returned positive COVID-19 tests, officials said.Although classes have moved to online only, campuses remain open.The school is the third statewide to discover traces of the virus on its campus, NJ.com reports.The first case was announced March 12 -- the other two were reported Wednesday night.The employee had not visited campus in the ...

  7. NJ Restaurant Juicy Platters Giving Free Meals To Health Care Workers

    NJ Restaurant Juicy Platters Giving Free Meals To Health Care Workers

    Halal and Mediterranean eatery Juicy Platters is offering a free meal to all healthcare workers “on the front lines” of the COVID-19 crisis.The giveaway was announced in an Instagram video by the restaurant’s founder, Jaffar Wahdat, affectionately known as ‘Juicy Jaffar.’"You guys are on the front lines," he said in the touching video.“I have a baby sister that works in an emergency ...

  8. Murphy's Restrictions Partially Close Trump's Bedminster Golf Course

    Murphy's Restrictions Partially Close Trump's Bedminster Golf Course

    COVID-19 concerns have prompted President Trump to cease most operations at his golf club in Bedminster, reports say.The facility’s clubhouse and gym, as well as its restaurants, are closed until further notice, General Manager David Schutzenhofer told the Washington Post.Murphy’s measures include limiting restaurants to take-out, delivery or drive-thru options and restricting ...

  9. Newark NJ Transit Worker Working Remotely After COVID-19 Exposure

    Newark NJ Transit Worker Working Remotely After COVID-19 Exposure

    A Newark NJ transit worker has been asked to work remotely after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, officials said.The employee did not come into work after having contact with the presumed positive patient, NJ Transit spokeswoman Nancy Snyder said.The employee works in the Capital Programs department and contacted Medical Services last weekend when they ...

  10. 'New York Times' Features Paramus Sensory Store That Happened Completely By Accident

    'New York Times' Features Paramus Sensory Store That Happened Completely By Accident

    What started as a bubble lamp business has become a Paramus hot spot for local of kids with sensory processing disorders.SensoryMoon on Hobart Road was featured in a "New York Times" article that tells how owner Moiz Rauf's success happened "completely by accident."It all started with colorful, LED bubble lamps. He thought they'd sell as novelty, decorative items -- but the overwhelming ...

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