Jaimie is an award-winning journalist and editor having been employed at New York regional area weeklies, dailies, magazines and digital news sites including The Ridgewood News, Community News, South Bergenite, The Record, NorthJersey.com, Our Meadowlands Magazine and Montclair Local. She has 20-plus years experience cultivating stories that affect readers, as well as bring about policy and social change. She strives to get the more compelling and humanistic side of a story, and feels a strong responsibility to readers to deliver only the highest of journalistic standards. Those stories have garnered over 85 New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists and New Jersey Press Association awards and include her coverage of Lackawanna redevelopment, rent control and Montclair Government. She can be reached at email@example.com and 551-486-7479.
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Residents petition to allow virtual access to Montclair council meetings
Two Montclair residents have started a petition on change.org asking the Township Council to reinstitute live streaming of all its meetings, and to let participants again call in for comment.
Celebrating Montclair parks and the man behind them
Residents gathered at Anderson Park on Saturday, May 14, celebrating the legacy of Frederick Law Olmsted.
Montclair services struggle to help with baby formula shortage
For kids with special health needs, supply problem a heightened risk
Most Montclair meetings still livestreamed, but not council conference sessions
Planning, zoning, historic preservation, BOE and regular council meetings will continue to livestream, but council conference meetings will now be in-person only.
Glenridge Ave. arts center project stalled for 2 years after planning board approval
Plans to transform a Glenridge Avenue property into an arts and entertainment space with six residences have been stalled for over two years, the owners say.
Gov. Murphy heads to East Side Mags to buy comics in Montclair
Gov. Phil Murphy visits East Side Mags in Montclair.
More Montclair schools back to masking as COVID numbers rise
School officials reported an increase in COVID-19 cases at Montclair High School, Buzz Aldrin Middle School and Hillside and Watchung elementary schools this week and have implemented 10-day masking requirements for the high school and Buzz Aldrin.
Hundreds gather for second annual Montclair Disability Pride Parade
The idea of a parade came about in 2021 in response to “a perceived lack of acknowledgment and activity for Autism Awareness Month by parents of children with disabilities in the Montclair Friday Group.”
Ascend gets Montclair’s support to expand to recreational marijuana
The Montclair Township Council has given a “resolution of support” to medical marijuana dispensary Ascend to expand into recreational sales, a measure needed to get a state license.
Montclair will not livestream Tuesday’s council meeting
The broadcasting and livestreaming of the Montclair Township Council’s conference meetings could be ending as early as Tuesday night.