Serena Summerfield

News Intern

Serena Summerfield is a senior communication student at the University of North Florida with a focus in broadcast journalism.

She is enthusiastic about writing and photography, and hopes to incorporate both skills into her future career. She also enjoys traveling, painting and playing videogames in her free time.

Serena Summerfield / WJCT News

Jacksonville’s Kona Skatepark is celebrating its 40th anniversary. It’s the world’s oldest privately owned skatepark, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

The concrete park opened in 1977 and has seen famous faces like Tony Hawk and Mitch Kaufman skate through. Kona Skatepark owner Martin Ramos said his parents dedicated the park to the youth of Jacksonville.


Serena Summerfield / WJCT News

Jacksonville drivers are no strangers to unexpected road conditions, from avoiding a sea of orange cones to detours relating to construction. There’s currently more than $1.4 million in road projects, according to the Florida Department of Transportation.   


Patrick Fisher / Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

The Downtown Investment Authority is starting off Public Art Week with a tour Tuesday of the 34 public art pieces recently added downtown.

Toni Smailagic

The Wall Street Fine Art gallery downtown opened a new exhibit Friday, showcasing Cuban-American Artists.

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Board game enthusiasts can enjoy a fresh cup of coffee Saturday at the grand opening of a new cafe exclusively for tabletop games in Mandarin. The soft opening of Java Game Haus two months ago brought president Joe Hausen and his friends’ love of coffee and board games together.


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