Jennifer Ready, News4JAX

Jennifer Ready


Lancaster, PA, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Introducing Hannah’s Hope House: Good deed inspires 12-year-old’s idea for nonprofit

A 12-year-old is continuing her mission to help those in need in the River City. → Read More

Walmart, Publix among companies changing their mask policies

As COVID-19 cases increase, several companies and other institutions are changing their mask policies. → Read More

Back-to-school blood drive encourages donations amid shortage

LifeSouth Community Blood Centers is encouraging people to give blood during their Back-to-School Blood Drive. → Read More

Duval County Health Department offering free walk-in COVID-19 vaccines

This comes as health officials and city leaders are pushing for more people to get the shot. → Read More

Candlelight vigil planned as search for missing diver enters Day 4

A U.S. Coast Guard cutter continued looking overnight and a US Customs and Border Protection plane joined the efforts again Tuesday morning in the fourth day of a search for a missing diver off the coast of Mayport. → Read More

Searchers hope dive flag, inflatable buoy will lead them to missing diver

Search crews from about a half-dozen agencies along with community volunteers were back on the water Monday, looking for a missing diver off the coast of Mayport. → Read More

The personal health items you might be forgetting in your hurricane supply kit

With several months left in hurricane season, health officials are encouraging residents to prepare ahead to keep themselves and their families safe and healthy. → Read More

Flooding in Steinhatchee as Tropical Storm Elsa comes ashore

News4Jax reporter Jennifer Ready spotted flooding and downed palm fronds. → Read More

New report shows violent crimes up in Florida

The city and several organizations have been actively trying to reduce the violence. → Read More

Virtual schooling, vacations trigger blood shortage in Northeast Florida

The American Red Cross said there is a serious blood shortage nationwide due to an increase in trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries. → Read More

Clay County using smartphone app to help those suffering from sudden cardiac arrest

Clay County is using a smartphone app to help those suffering from sudden cardiac arrest. It’s called PulsePoint. → Read More

Simple reminders for children around water

Water is a fun and cool place for children to enjoy summer but it can be dangerous. → Read More

Downtown Jacksonville YMCA closing its doors soon

The YMCA at the Bank of America Tower in downtown Jacksonville will close at the end of next week. → Read More

Crews lift last steel beam to top of new FIS headquarters in Jacksonville

The new FIS headquarters in Jacksonville’s Brooklyn neighborhood is inching closer to completion. → Read More

Vaccinated children don’t need to wear masks at summer camp, CDC says

School is out for summer for thousands of students in Northeast Florida, and some students may be gearing up for camp. Here's a look at the recently released guidelines for youth camps. → Read More

Clay County couple follow dreams and open bakery amid pandemic

Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico nearly four years ago, changing the lives of many. One family affected now opened a new business in Orange Park. → Read More

‘Exponentially bigger’: Food banks anticipate need for food if hurricane occurs during pandemic

Hurricane season officially started on June 1st. To prepare, emergency officials recommend families have enough food for seven days in the event of a storm. → Read More

Engineers complete Vilano Beach restoration

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers finished the Vilano Beach renourishment project ahead of hurricane season. → Read More

Feels like ‘we’re back to normal,’ Memorial Day traveler says

As the COVID-19 pandemic spread, so too did the restrictions that limited Americans’ ability to fly. → Read More

Man, 38, dies after shooting in Paxon area, Jacksonville police say

A 38-year-old man was found with multiple gunshot wounds just before 5 a.m. Wednesday in the Paxon neighborhood, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. He died at the hospital. → Read More