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 firstname.lastname@example.org and 551-486-7479.
Jaimie Julia Winters
Resident to Montclair Council: ‘There’s a lot of dissatisfaction in town. Get it together.’
Residents blast timing of executive sessions, ask for return of call-in comment
Land-use experts’ pleas for 4-story height limits unheeded
Council keeps six-story height limit along Bloomfield Avenue.
Montclair man seriously injured in East Orange hit and run
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office and East Orange Police Department are investigating a hit and run accident that occurred in East Orange on Sunday morning that left a pedestrian — a Montclair resident — seriously injured.
Senior Services leaderless for too long, senior advocates say
Michelle DeWitt, Montclair Institute for Lifelong Learning coordinator, to serve in a temporary interim capacity.
Ascend threatens legal action if Montclair doesn’t approve license quickly
Ascend sets its sights on pot sales to start in August.
Severe storm rips through Montclair area
A severe storm with strong wind gusts and hail ripped through the area at around noon today uprooting trees and tearing down power lines.
Montclair Council declines on limiting heights on Bloomfield Ave.
After the Planning Board suggested zoning changes decreasing allowable building heights from six stories to four on Bloomfield Avenue to be in line with the township’s master plan, the Township Council and its Economic Development Committee rejected them.
Montclair couple drops suit on razing denial
The couple suing the township to reverse a Zoning Board and Historic Preservation Commission denial for a total demolition permit for their home at 109 Union St. have dropped their case.
As the Glen Ridge fire contract comes to a close, some in Montclair hoping for a better deal
With the Montclair-Glen Ridge fire services contract set to expire at the end of the year, Glen Ridge officials are seeking bids from Bloomfield as well.
Maple Avenue home to come down for parking
Maple Avenue structure deemed not worth preserving.