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Editor-in-Chief Virginia Citrano‘s extended family has lived in Verona since 1930. Virginia grew up in town, then moved away for college and journalism jobs at The Wall Street Journal‘s European edition, Crain’s New York Business and Forbes.com. Back in Verona since 2003, she contributes to a variety of publications and Web sites and consults on content programs for major technology and financial services companies. In Verona, she has served on the vestry of the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit and the H.B. Whitehorne SCA. A graduate of Rutgers University’s Environmental Stewards program, she served for nine years on the Verona Environmental Commission and now participates in Sustainable Verona. She is committed to be part of Verona’s many suicide awareness and prevention programs. You can reach Virginia at virginia at MyVeronaNJ dot com.
Writer Beth Shorten is a life-long resident of Verona, whose family has been part of Verona since its earliest days. A relentless reader who once committed to reading all of the books that had won a Pulitzer Prize, she serves the community in First Presbyterian’s Thrift Shop and other ministries. Since 2011, she has been chronicling life here on her personal site, Bfth’s Boring Blog.
Many, many more Veronans have written or taken pictures and videos for MyVeronaNJ, and the list of contributors grows daily. MyVeronaNJ is also a proud sponsor of Verona High School’s senior internship program, Capstone. With them and you, we are building a news website by the community and for the community. If you want to share your journalism talents with us, contact Virginia at MyVeronaNJ dot com.
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