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Meredith Guinness

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Meredith Guinness is a reporter covering breaking news and community features in Fairfield County.

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  1. CT United Ride Rumbles Through Fairfield County To Honor 9/11 Heroes

    CT United Ride Rumbles Through Fairfield County To Honor 9/11 Heroes

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — If you hear a rumble through town on Sept. 10, it probably isn’t thunder.The 2017 CT United Ride, the state’s largest 9/11 tribute, will be logging 60 miles through 10 communities in this fundraiser for fire and law enforcement personnel.“For those that lost their lives, for those that gave their lives and for those that continue to put their lives on the line ...

  2. Spinners Will Pedal To Help Hurricane Harvey Victims At CT JoyRide Studios

    Spinners Will Pedal To Help Hurricane Harvey Victims At CT JoyRide Studios

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — JoyRide Cycling + Fitness Studio is doing its part to help those facing Hurricane Harvey in Texas.The business will donate a portion of sales on its busiest day, Saturday, at all five studios in Connecticut — JoyRide Westport, JoyRide Darien, JoyRide Ridgefield, JoyRide Wilton and JoyX in Westport. JoyRide has two studios in San Antonio, Tx. and they are also ...

  3. Bridgeport Man Charged With Murder In Case Of Dead Man Found In Burning Car

    Bridgeport Man Charged With Murder In Case Of Dead Man Found In Burning Car

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A Bridgeport man was charged with murder and held on $1 million in connection with a June homicide, police said Wednesday.On Wednesday morning, detectives arrested Anthony Reeves, 34, of Trumbull Avenue, in connection with the June 7 death of Jason Nieves. "Reeves allegedly shot Nieves twice while they were in a stolen car at the corner of Houston Ave and Dodd ...

  4. Fairfield American To Take The Field -- At Yankee Stadium

    Fairfield American To Take The Field -- At Yankee Stadium

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — The thrills just keep coming for the Fairfield American Little League team.On Friday they’ll take the field at Yankee Stadium to stand with Aaron Judge and the gang for the national anthem before the Yankees take on the Boston Red Sox.The game starts at 7:05 p.m. and the Yankees have made a limited number of tickets available for the Fairfield American community to ...

  5. Fairfield U. Names New Director Of Athletics

    Fairfield U. Names New Director Of Athletics

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Fairfield University on Monday named Paul Schlickmann as its seventh director of athletics.The son of a 1962 Fairfield alumnus, Schlickmann has spent the past seven years as director of athletics at Central Connecticut State University. He has held senior-level positions at Stony Brook and Yale universities.“Paul’s vision for Fairfield University Athletics combined ...

  6. Fairfield Cops: Woman With More Than 50 Prior Arrests Caught Shoplifting

    Fairfield Cops: Woman With More Than 50 Prior Arrests Caught Shoplifting

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A New Haven woman with nearly 60 prior arrests was caught Friday afternoon trying to steal $770 worth of men’s clothing and accessories from Kohl’s, police said.Laurie Savage, 54, of Farmington Ave., put the items in a shopping cart and attempted to leave the Tunxis Hill Road store without paying around 2:30 p.m., police said.When stopped by store security, Savage ...

  7. Unleash Your Inner Artist At Free Day Of Workshops, Demos At Silvermine

    Unleash Your Inner Artist At Free Day Of Workshops, Demos At Silvermine

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. — Creative types can get a sneak peek into one of the country’s oldest artist communities at the Silvermine School of Art’s Open Art Studio, a full day of free workshops and demonstrations.Held from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Sept. 9, the day of artistic exploration is open to artists of all ages and levels.Try a new technique or medium, learn a new discipline, join an ...

  8. Bridgeport Role Models Take School Cheer Tour On The Road

    Bridgeport Role Models Take School Cheer Tour On The Road

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — State Sen. Ed Gomes (D-Bridgeport) believes the difference between a good student and a gang member can come down to one thing — the positive impact of a role model on a child’s everyday life.That’s why he and Bridgeport’s Men of Substance will kick off their annual “Good Morning Bridgeport” school tour this week at Dunbar School, where they’ll cheer on kids coming ...

  9. Teen Summit In Stamford Shines Light On Girls, Entrepreneurship, Leadership

    Teen Summit In Stamford Shines Light On Girls, Entrepreneurship, Leadership

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Parents, teens and policy leaders will converge in Stamford on Sept. 10 to shine a light on the importance of boosting girls’ business, leadership and entrepreneurship skills.Believed to be the first of its kind in Connecticut, the Girls Entrepreneurship Summit: Launch Our Daughters Lunch will feature three innovative businesswomen and teens who hope to follow in their ...

  10. Kid Clients Flock To Free Back-To-School Haircut Day At Bridgeport Shop

    Kid Clients Flock To Free Back-To-School Haircut Day At Bridgeport Shop

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Dozens of young people flocked to North East Barbershop on Thursday, lining up for the East Main Street shop’s annual free back-to-school haircut day. Owner Harvey Robertson estimated he and his staff would probably take their shears and shavers to 30 to 40 kid clients before the afternoon was out.“I do it to give back to the community and to take care of our ...

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