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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. Hackettstown PD: Hackensack Man Nabbed Without License, Driving Recklessly In Wawa Lot

    Hackettstown PD: Hackensack Man Nabbed Without License, Driving Recklessly In Wawa Lot

    A 31-year old DWI man was driving recklessly and without a license in the parking lot of a Hackettstown Wawa, authorities charged.Officers responded to the Wawa on Mountain Avenue on a report of a reckless driver shortly before 9:10 p.m. on Friday, June 19, Hackettstown Police said in a release.Upon arrival, officers located Jake Forsythe, 31, of Hackensack inside the store and detected ...

  2. Byram Police Officer Suspended Over 'Inappropriate' Social Media Post

    Byram Police Officer Suspended Over 'Inappropriate' Social Media Post

    A Byram Township police officer has been suspended after posting what officials have called an "inappropriate" remark on social media regarding the recent Black Lives Matter protests, reports say.The officer, who the department has not identified, was stripped of both his weapon and his badge on June 11, shortly after the township became aware of the post, New Jersey Herald ...

  3. New Brunswick Man Nabbed In Somerset County Gunpoint Robberies

    New Brunswick Man Nabbed In Somerset County Gunpoint Robberies

    A 22-year-old New Brunswick man has been arrested and charged in connection to two separate gunpoint robberies, authorities said.Duron Bridgers carried out two robberies at gunpoint — the first on Tuesday, June 16 and the second two days later. Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson said in a joint release with local police.The first incident occurred around 4:35 p.m. near ...

  4. KNOW HIM? Police Seek Man Who Damaged Vehicle Parked At Newark Hotel

    KNOW HIM? Police Seek Man Who Damaged Vehicle Parked At Newark Hotel

    Authorities are seeking the public's help identifying a man who they say damaged a vehicle that had been parked at a hotel in Newark.A man, pictured above, damaged the vehicle at the Tryp Hotel on East Park Street on Friday, May 29, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said in a release.Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect is asked to call the ...

  5. Zinburger Permanently Closing All But 3 NJ Locations

    Zinburger Permanently Closing All But 3 NJ Locations

    Wine and burger restaurant Zinburger is permanently closing all but three of its New Jersey locations.Locations in Edison, Jersey City, Morris Plains, Cherry Hill and Paramus restaurants have permanently closed due to financial struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Meanwhile, Clifton, Marlboro and Bridgewater locations will stay open, officials announced on the chain’s website.The ...

  6. OPEN: Mexican Restaurant Casa Don Manuel Replaces Wayne's Paris Inn

    OPEN: Mexican Restaurant Casa Don Manuel Replaces Wayne's Paris Inn

    Mexican eatery Casa Don Manuel has newly opened its doors in the location formerly home to the Paris Inn in Wayne, reports say.The property was purchased in an auction and transformed into a high-end restaurant, which opened on June 16. With the opening comes about $150,000 worth of interior renovations, NorthJersey.com reports.The 2.1-acre property’s pink stucco has been replaced with ...

  7. Duo Charged With Vandalizing Police Cars During Newark Protests

    Duo Charged With Vandalizing Police Cars During Newark Protests

    Two men were charged after vandalizing marked police cars during protests in Newark, authorities said.Eric Stone, 29, of New York and Julio Rodriguez, 27, of New Brunswick vandalized the cars at the First Police Precinct on 17th Avenue in Newark during protests on May 30, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, and Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said ...

  8. Authorities: Man Stole Motorized Wheelchair Parked Outside Newark Store

    Authorities: Man Stole Motorized Wheelchair Parked Outside Newark Store

    A 33-year-old Newark man stole a motorized wheelchair that had been parked outside of a local store, authorities charged.Shawn Bellinger stole the wheelchair from outside a store on the 100 block of Sussex Avenue on June 10 around 7:30 p.m., Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said in a release.Bellinger was identified and arrested on a warrant following an investigation on ...

  9. SEEN HER? Police Seek Newark Woman Accused Of Stealing Gold Chain During Argument

    SEEN HER? Police Seek Newark Woman Accused Of Stealing Gold Chain During Argument

    Authorities in Newark are seeking the public's help locating a woman they say stole a man’s gold chain during an argument.A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Angela Jones, 53, of Newark, who stole the chain on South Orange Avenue on Saturday, May 30, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said in a release. Jones is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 220 pounds, ...

  10. Morristown Student Who Used Racial Slur In Snapchat Video Loses Spot On Cornell Football Team

    Morristown Student Who Used Racial Slur In Snapchat Video Loses Spot On Cornell Football Team

    A Morristown native bound for Cornell University lost his spot on the Ivy League university's football team after someone captured him using a racial slur in a Snapchat video, reports say.Nathan Panza, a graduate of Morristown-Beard High School and rising Cornell freshman, was heard using the N-word in a video recorded on Snapchat around 1 a.m. Sunday, June 21, Cornell Sun ...

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