My name is Jarred Paluzzi. I am a 25 years old journalism student at the University of Central Florida.
I'm currently a photographer for CBS Radio.
I have interned and worked with WESH 2 News, CBS Radio, Orlando Life Magazine, Lake Mary Healthy Living Magazine, Central Florida Futures, Centric Magazine and Osceola News-Gazette.
I have experience using Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, Lightroom, InDesign, and iMovie.
I intend to graduate in Spring 2016, with a B.A. in journalism and a minor in political science.
Words: 370 Sources: 2 By Jarred Paluzzi For the News-Gazette Osceola County unveiled a new playground and pavilion at Babb Landing on Friday, as part of an ongoing project in Osceola County as the county continues to improve Shingle Creek Regional Park. "Shingle Creek Regional Park, like Osceola, continues to grow," said Michael Harford, County Commissioner.
Words: 297 Sources: 2 By Jarred Paluzzi For the News-Gazette Darrel McStoots, a Mosquito Control supervisor working for Osceola County was recognized as the 2015 employee of the year on Monday. "What Darrel has done in the past year is worthy of much praise," said Brook Stearns, Osceola County Human Resources director.
Words: 292 Sources: 3 By Jarred Paluzzi For the News-Gazette The city of St. Cloud announced that the Florida Department of Transportation funded $305,000 for sidewalk construction at the public meeting on Tuesday. "I think it's really good for the neighborhoods [and] it's really good for the area to be able to provide for the safety of pedestrians," said...
Words: 301 Sources: 4 More than 11,000 students take part in Universal Knights 2014 This past Sunday, excitement roared throughout Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure as UCF students united for Universal Knights. The event is hosted every year by Student Government Association. According to SGA's Facebook event page, Universal Knights is the most anticipated event of the year.
Words: 281 Sources: 2 By Jarred Paluzzi For the News-Gazette On Saturday, Osceola County Fire Rescue teamed up with American Red Cross of Central Florida in its nationwide Home Fire Campaign in Kissimmee. The team went door to door raising fire safety awareness at the Aloha Mobile Home Park and nearby neighborhoods by installing smoke alarms and providing fire...
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Words: 511 Sources: 2 BY | JARRED PALUZZI Two musicians, playing instruments they didn't intend on learning, became the perfect duo after meeting through Facebook. These new friends connected on the Guitar Club at UCF Facebook page, when Francisco Guillen, 23, posted looking for a guitarist and music lover to collaborate with him.
Words: 387 Sources: 2 By Jarred Paluzzi For the News-Gazette The Blue Knights FLXXIX announced its fourth Annual Osceola Law Ride that will take place on Saturday, Feb. 6. The Law Ride benefits families of Osceola law enforcement officers fallen in line of duty. Blue Knights is a fraternal International law enforcement motorcycle club, comprised exclusively of members who...
Words: 414 Sources: 2 By Jarred Paluzzi For the News-Gazette City of St. Cloud Division of Emergency Management Manager Bill Johnston is reminding residents about the importance of preparing for possible natural disaster situations, such as tornadoes. "We want our residents to prepare for tornadoes starting now and into the spring months, just as they would prepare for hurricane...
Words: 301 Sources: 3 By Jarred Paluzzi For the News-Gazette Jody Romani, a public service department construction inspector for the city of St. Cloud was selected for the 2015 Employee of the Year award. The city recognized his notable effort in helping save a man's life back in August. "Jody's actions are admirable.
Words: 284 Sources: 2 Jarred Paluzzi For the News-Gazette The Osceola County Commission recently approved the new Eyeglasses for Seniors certificate program which will help those in need see better. This new eyeglasses program will help qualifying low-income seniors purchase a new pair of prescription glasses once every three years.
Mama Tay's daughters "throw what they know" in front of the Delta Delta Delta House Mama Tay supports her daughters during one of their intramural basketball games.
Essele, who was a striker on UCF's soccer team in 2010, now plays as the only American on the roster for the second-divison Finnish football league.
Dania Fadhli traveled to the Syria-Turkey border last summer to help refugees, including many orphans and children who made a big impact on her life.
Chaz Fisher does a skateboard trick over Tavan Hanley outside the CFE Arena. (Photo by Jarred Paluzzi)
Chaz Fisher and Tavan Hanley pose outside of the CFE Arena. (Photo by Jarred Paluzzi)
UCF sophomore basketball player Adonys Henriquez is shown with his brother, Anthony, who has battled kidney failure throughout his life. (Photo courtesy of Jarred Paluzzi)
(photo) 13-year-old Cassie has her hips X-rayed during a follow-up visit to the Whitney Hip & Orthopedic Institute. Cassie was born with hip dysplasia, which is often not detected until adolescence or young adulthood.
Ariel Hoffman returns to UCF's main campus after almost a year of army service.
Twenty One Pilots sold out show at the House of Blues Orlando with Echosmith and Finish Ticket on Oct. 8, 2015.
Downtown Food and Wine Festival 2015: What Are They Eating And Drinking?
It was such a beautiful day at the Nautique U.S. Open Of Water Skiing at Lake Ivanhoe! Check out the pictures of skiers and viewers here.