Gabrielle Garay

Gabrielle Garay is a WJCT News intern for spring 2018.

Gabrielle is a senior at Flagler College studying journalism and media production with a minor in advertising. 

Originally from Orlando, Gabrielle attended the Osceola County School for the Arts, where she majored in creative writing.

Before joining the team at WJCT, she was an intern for Ancient City Stories and Folio Weekly, where she has had several bylines. Her published work ranges from breaking news to in-depth feature stories.

In addition to sharing amazing stories, Gabrielle enjoys pugs and cooking recipes she finds on Buzzfeed.


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The battle to determine the future of Confederate monuments in Florida rages on. The fight for change has moved from protests and rallies to include a new platform: Florida state legislation.

Jennifer Shoaf Richardson

Local attorney Jennifer Shoaf Richardson lives, breaths, and works law. 

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A resolution to honor the Hindu Society of Northeast Florida has been introduced to the Jacksonville City Council. The resolution, introduced by City Council President Anna Lopez Brosche, commends the organization for, “supporting community causes and helping to improve the Jacksonville community.”

The society was formed in 1991 to do community outreach.

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Friends of Hemming Park are celebrating the downtown gathering spot's past and future.

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As the one year anniversary of the Women's March on Washington draws near men and women across the country are preparing to come together again to take action. 

Art Walk
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This year Art Walk will continue to be a local staple, but with changes.

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The St. Augustine Fire Department will be getting a new all-terrain emergency services vehicle later this year.

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Visitors and residents of St. Augustine will be able to take a free, self-guided walking tour through significant locations of the civil rights movement in St. Augustine’s Lincolnville neighborhood starting Monday, January 15.