Renata Di Gregorio,

Renata Di Gregorio

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Past articles by Renata:

First Coast Foodies gas station edition: Grab a hoagie and take your vows at Wawa!

Fall in love with (or at) Wawa! Your partner doesn't 'get' you like a Wawa hoagie does. → Read More

First Coast Foodies gas station edition kicks off with 'pilgrimage' to Buc-ee's!

First Coast Foodies puts on a Buc-ee costume and takes you on the road for this never-before-eaten edition! → Read More

Girl Power Flag Football team hyped up for Jaguars playoffs

Since its first year last year, Coach Squats says Girl Power NFL Flag Football in Ponte Vedra has doubled in size. → Read More

'We know who these people are': Multiple bills being filed in Jacksonville to combat antisemitic projections

Multiple pieces of legislation are being filed with the same intention: to make it unlawful to shine a projection on property without the owner's consent. → Read More

Jacksonville organization offers support group for women refugees

The First Coast is now home to many more Afghan and Ukrainian refugees than just a year ago. → Read More

Taxslayer Gator Bowl attendance expected to be only 2,000 seats from capacity

It's the first time having two ranked teams since 2006 and 65,000 fans are expected. → Read More

Banana Leaf Asian Bistro will have you coming back for Cambodian food!

Banana Leaf is on Cassat Avenue right off I-10 in Jacksonville. → Read More

Discount coming for frequent commuters on Florida's toll roads

The First Coast Expressway is the only toll road on the First Coast that is part of the program. → Read More

Free Downtown events kick off holiday season in Jacksonville

The Holiday Art Walk starts at 5:00 p.m. with the Christmas tree lighting at 6:15 p.m. → Read More

Georgia Senate Runoff: Tight race, busy Election Day expected

Fewer than 40,000 votes separated the two candidates in the midterm election. → Read More

Mark your calendar with these dates to mail your holiday packages on time

USPS recommends shipping your package by December 17 if you're using retail ground service or shipping first-class. → Read More

Good news and bad news on one of the busiest travel days of the year

According to AAA, 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. will be the busiest for travel Wednesday. → Read More

Tour one of the most decorated battleships with GMJ!

Step inside with First Coast News and step back into history. → Read More

Apartments without power a week after Nicole expected to get it back Thursday

A fire ripped through part of Island Pointe Apartments last week, but the power outage wasn't because of the fire. → Read More

Child mental health statistics are not looking good

Therapists are using therapy dogs and games as tools to try to change the statistics in children's mental health. → Read More

'Force for love' | Philanthropist, wife of former Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin laid to rest Monday

The funeral for Judy Coughlin takes place at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Jacksonville Beach at 11:00 a.m. → Read More

St. Augustine residents prepare for Nicole as streets flood, A1A closes

A voluntary evacuation order is in place for low-lying areas. → Read More

GMJ goes indoor skydiving at iFly Jacksonville during visit for 'Kids Free November'

With the purchase of an adult ticket, a child can try indoor skydiving for free this month. → Read More

"Good boy!" GMJ feeds tigers at Catty Shack Ranch during visit for 'Kids Free November'

Catty Shack Ranch hosted Good Morning Jacksonville On The Road Friday to check out the wild animals and learn about the 'Kids Free November' discount. → Read More

First Coast News reporter breaks down door, uses firefighter hose at Ancient City Fire Expo

Hundreds of firefighters are training this week in the nation's oldest city for the Ancient City Fire Expo. → Read More