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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. THROW 'EM BACK: Fishing Rule Bans Trophy Stripers In New Jersey

    THROW 'EM BACK: Fishing Rule Bans Trophy Stripers In New Jersey

    Tighter statewide regulations for striped bass fishing will soon be approved by the New Jersey Marine Fisheries Council.The new standards will change the slot limit to one fish between 28 and 38 inches long per trip for anglers.Starting May 15, the state will make 27,000 bonus permits available to allow one extra striped bass between 24 and 28 inches long, as per the popular striped ...

  2. Curry Up Now: Indian Restaurant Franchise Opening North Jersey Storefronts

    Curry Up Now: Indian Restaurant Franchise Opening North Jersey Storefronts

    Curry Up Now is coming to New Jersey.The restaurant franchise based on Indian street food concepts is opening new stores in Hoboken and Newark, along with three other unspecified locations on the horizon as well.The new Hoboken store will open its doors at 91 Washington St., Tuesday, Feb. 25. The first 100 people in line will receive a free burrito or bowl, and the shop is also offering ...

  3. Affordable Housing Units Coming To Rosie O'Donnell's Former Bergen County Property

    Affordable Housing Units Coming To Rosie O'Donnell's Former Bergen County Property

    TV personality Rosie O’Donnell’s former property in Bergen County will soon be transformed into affordable housing units.The project, approved by local officials Feb. 10, is the settlement to a lawsuit that claimed that the Borough of Saddle River systematically enforced zoning policies to exclude working families and people of color.The five-acre estate on E. Allendale Road, as well as ...

  4. 'The Simpsons' Lovers Behind Union County Bagel Shop D'OH Are Anything But Average

    'The Simpsons' Lovers Behind Union County Bagel Shop D'OH Are Anything But Average

    D’OH Bagels in Rahway is anything but your average breakfast joint. The mom-and-pop shop opened its doors in the summer of 2017 and makes each item fresh in-store each morning.The shop’s name, of course, is an homage to the Simpsons as well as a quirky play on words.“My husband grew up loving 'The Simpsons,' which is partially where the name D'OH! came from,” said Erin Leonard, who runs ...

  5. Hackettstown Single Mom Launches Eco-Friendly Cleaning Service

    Hackettstown Single Mom Launches Eco-Friendly Cleaning Service

    Hackettstown mom Alisha Dante Wehrenberg has been fascinated by eco-friendly cleaning solutions for more than a decade.The single mom of three recently turned her passion for green cleaning into a professional service with her new company, Honey Bee Naturals.It's an an all-in-one cleaning service that uses toxin-free products to make your home shine.Wehrenberg was first inspired to ...

  6. Calling All Seafood Lovers: New Orleans Inspired Restaurant 'The Boil' Opens Jersey City Digs

    Calling All Seafood Lovers: New Orleans Inspired Restaurant 'The Boil' Opens Jersey City Digs

    Seafood fanatics, rejoice: A New Orleans-inspired seafood restaurant has opened in Jersey City.The Boil serves crab, lobster, crawfish, shrimp and more sourced directly from New Orleans. The new Jersey City location -- which opened Feb. 13 -- offers all the classic menu items from its New York predecessors as well as some exclusives. The Whale, for example, is an oversized seafood ...

  7. SEEN HIM? Bound Brook Man Wanted For Two Separate Police Pursuits, Burglaries

    SEEN HIM? Bound Brook Man Wanted For Two Separate Police Pursuits, Burglaries

    Authorities are seeking the public’s help locating a Bound Brook man wanted by police in two separate vehicle pursuits and a car burglary.Bridgewater Township Police say Nigel Hill, 22, led officers on a pursuit in a stolen vehicle on Hillcrest Road Tuesday, Feb. 4 after he was identified as a suspect in other home and vehicle burglaries.Hill did not obey officers’ commands to pull the ...

  8. Jersey City Police Officer, North Jersey Castaways Return For 40th Season Of 'Survivor'

    Jersey City Police Officer, North Jersey Castaways Return For 40th Season Of 'Survivor'

    Could you go one night without electricity? How about weeks without food or shelter or water? These North Jersey residents have done it on previous seasons of the CBS hit show "Survivor" -- and they're doing it again.The following three castaways are back for the show's 40th season that pits winners against winners for "Winners at War," airing Wednesdays at 8 p.m.Natalie ...

  9. Lawsuit: Walmart Worker Crushed Morris County Man's Hand With Shopping Carts

    Lawsuit: Walmart Worker Crushed Morris County Man's Hand With Shopping Carts

    A Morris County man is suing Walmart, saying his hand was severely injured by a worker who apparently rammed him with a shopping cart.Roxbury Township resident Nicholas Puco claims he sustained “severe and disabling injuries” to his left hand at the Walmart on International Drive South in Mount Olive Township on April 19, 2019.The suit, which was filed in Morris County Superior Court, ...

  10. Winning Lottery Ticket Good For $338K Sold In Morris County

    Winning Lottery Ticket Good For $338K Sold In Morris County

    A winning New Jersey Lottery ticket was sold in Morris County.A ticket matching all five numbers from Tuesday’s Jersey Cash 5 drawing was sold at ShopRite Wines & Spirits on Route 46 in Dover.The winning numbers were: 08, 09, 19, 27 and 37. The XTRA number was: 02.The winner will take home the Jersey Cash 5 jackpot of $338,521.

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