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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. OpenTable Says These 22 Restaurants Define New Jersey Dining

    OpenTable Says These 22 Restaurants Define New Jersey Dining

    Garden State dining comes in many different forms: from quaint and cozy diners to bustling bistros, the state’s culinary landscape truly has something for everyone.A total of 22 eateries made OpenTable’s new list of the “restaurants that define New Jersey dining.”Scroll down to view the full list, which is divided into sections for North, Central and South Jersey.North Jersey:The Saddle ...

  2. Police: PA Pair Who Fled From Phillipsburg Traffic Stop Found With 280 Heroin Bags, $4K Cash

    Police: PA Pair Who Fled From Phillipsburg Traffic Stop Found With 280 Heroin Bags, $4K Cash

    Police found hundreds of bags of heroin and thousands in cash after tracking down a Pennsylvania pair who fled from a Phillipsburg traffic stop earlier this week, authorities said.Officers attempted to stop Ronald James, 35, who was driving erratically near Mercer Street and South Main Street in Phillipsburg on Wednesday, police said.James was pulled over after a brief pursuit and ...

  3. Hunterdon County Man, 41, Charged With Possession, Distribution Of Child Pornography

    Hunterdon County Man, 41, Charged With Possession, Distribution Of Child Pornography

    A 41-year-old Hunterdon County man faces child endangerment and pornography distribution charges after he encouraged a juvenile to send him explicit videos, authorities said.John Blackwell, of Milford, was arrested Friday on first-degree child endangerment charges, Acting Hunterdon County Prosecutor Michael J. Williams said in a release with other top officials.Blackwell is accused of ...

  4. Popular Jamaican Restaurant Opens New Morris County Location

    Popular Jamaican Restaurant Opens New Morris County Location

    A popular Morris County Jamaican eatery has opened the doors at its new-and-improved Randolph location.Hibiscus Island Grill is now open next to the golf driving range on Route 10 in Randolph, the town’s Economic Development Committee said on Facebook.The restaurant, formerly located at the Midtown Shopping Center in Morristown, is known for its wide range of Caribbean specialties like ...

  5. UPDATE: Morris County College Student Was Seen At Brooklyn Bridge Hours After Disappearance

    UPDATE: Morris County College Student Was Seen At Brooklyn Bridge Hours After Disappearance

    A missing Morris County college student was seen at the Brooklyn Bridge hours after his disappearance in January, police said after reviewing new surveillance footage.Ajay Sah, a junior and Nepalese International student at Drew University in Madison, was last seen Tuesday, Jan. 19 exiting the NJ Transit train in New York Penn Station, police said following the student’s initial ...

  6. Police: Several Cars Entered, One Stolen In Overnight Morris County Burglary Spree

    Police: Several Cars Entered, One Stolen In Overnight Morris County Burglary Spree

    Several cars were targeted and one stolen in an overnight Morris County burglary spree, authorities said.The thefts occurred in the area of Prospect Avenue in Pequannock between Thursday night and Friday morning, and several personal items were taken, township police said.The targeted vehicles were left unlocked with keys and key fobs left inside “in almost all cases,” police said.“We ...

  7. DRUG BUST: 7 Charged After Hackettstown Home Raid Turns Up 1,600 Heroin Folds, Cocaine Bags

    DRUG BUST: 7 Charged After Hackettstown Home Raid Turns Up 1,600 Heroin Folds, Cocaine Bags

    A raid of a Hackettstown home turned up more than 1,600 bags of heroin and cocaine, resulting in charges for five residents and both homeowners.A March 4 search of 14 Laurie Terrace turned up 1,613 wax folds of suspected heroin and 47 small bags of suspected cocaine, Hackettstown police said.Residents Maximilian Mueller, 25, and Heather Hadgkiss, 32, were charged with several heroin and ...

  8. Essex County Fire Recruit Hospitalized After Collapsing During Academy Training

    Essex County Fire Recruit Hospitalized After Collapsing During Academy Training

    A fire recruit from Irvington was hospitalized after he collapsed during academy training Thursday, FMBA officials said.The unnamed Irvington FMBA Local 14 recruit was training at the Morris County Fire Academy when he collapsed, requiring CPR and other lifesaving efforts, the NJ State FMBA said.The recruit was then transported to Morristown Medical Center, where he remains in the CCU, ...

  9. Online Electric Bike Shop Launches Brick-And-Mortar Showroom In Morris County

    Online Electric Bike Shop Launches Brick-And-Mortar Showroom In Morris County

    A popular online-based electric bicycle shop will soon join the Morris County brick-and-mortar business landscape.Naticycle Corp is anticipating a March opening for its Budd Lake showroom on Route 46.The specialty retailer sells a large selection of electronic bicycles as well as riding gear, bike parts and more.Store officials are waiting for a Certificate of Occupancy from Mount Olive ...

  10. Slate Belt Traffic Stop Leads To Forgery, Theft Charges For Woman Found With Stolen Checkbook

    Slate Belt Traffic Stop Leads To Forgery, Theft Charges For Woman Found With Stolen Checkbook

    A Slate Belt traffic stop resulted in forgery and theft charges for a 38-year-old woman accused of writing checks to herself from a stolen checkbook.Amanda Miller was pulled over near W. West Street and Jefferson Street in Wind Gap on Feb. 9, Slate Belt Regional Police said.Police obtained and carried out a search warrant for the vehicle, which turned up a stolen checkbook and two ...

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