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

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  1. Sacred Heart Of Fairfield Unveils Only Campus Diner In New England

    Sacred Heart Of Fairfield Unveils Only Campus Diner In New England

    This is one of the most popular stories of 2017 in Fairfield County.FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Got a hankerin’ for a milkshake or a patty melt?Head on over to Sacred Heart University, which will host a ribbon-cutting for the first on-campus diner in New England on Monday.JP’s Diner — named for SHU President John J. Petillo — will soon be serving up ‘50s and ‘60s favorites for the student body ...

  2. Girl's Generosity Makes Holidays Brighter For Kids At Greenwich Hospital

    Girl's Generosity Makes Holidays Brighter For Kids At Greenwich Hospital

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Challenged by her Trinity Church youth group leader to give back to her community during the holidays, eight-grader Paige Pray didn’t take long to know just what to do.“I thought about the children at Christmas who are sick in the hospital and how happy they would be to get a toy to cheer them,” said the Stanwich School student.Last week, the 13-year-old brought a ...

  3. 45-Year-Old Fish Market Closing Its Doors In Fairfield

    45-Year-Old Fish Market Closing Its Doors In Fairfield

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A Fairfield institution will be closing its doors this holiday season: Swanson’s Fish Market will be no more after New Year’s Day.The Swanson family had announced plans to sell the 45-year-old business earlier this month, but they decided to close when patriarch Jerry Swanson passed away just days after the announcement.“So it’s finally official today, after 45 Year’s ...

  4. Happy New Year! Westport Pulls Out The Stops For First Night Festivities

    Happy New Year! Westport Pulls Out The Stops For First Night Festivities

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Looking for something the whole family can enjoy on New Year’s Eve?Head to downtown Westport for First Night Westport-Weston, one of the region’s largest holiday celebrations.This year’s festivities include the tuneful melodies of songstress Michele Grace, crowd-pleasing hypnotist Jim Spinnato, karaoke, horse-drawn carriage rides and much more throughout the afternoon ...

  5. Bridgeport Mayor Ganim Expected To Announce Gubernatorial Run Next Week

    Bridgeport Mayor Ganim Expected To Announce Gubernatorial Run Next Week

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim announced he was exploring a run for governor back in April, and it looks like he'll make it official next week.The mayor, who spent seven years in prison on felony charges after his first stint as mayor, is expected to announce his candidacy and officially file with the state Jan. 3, according to city spokesperson Rowena White, who ...

  6. Fairfield Police Chief Swears In Own Son, Two Other New Officers

    Fairfield Police Chief Swears In Own Son, Two Other New Officers

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Fairfield has three new police officers, including the chief's son.On Wednesday, First Selectman Michael Tetreau and Police Chief Gary McNamara swore in the newest members of the force — Matthew Bok, Virgil Procaccini III and the chief's son, Alex MacNamara.The new officers will be starting training at the Connecticut Police Academy on Friday, Dec. 29.They will attend ...

  7. TV Dance Star From Weston Donates To Trumbull-Based Autism Project

    TV Dance Star From Weston Donates To Trumbull-Based Autism Project

    WESTON, Conn. — Weston resident Tony Dovolani of “Dancing With the Stars” fame made the holidays brighter for children with special needs across the region by donating $60,000 to The Kennedy Center’s Autism Project. Dovolani hosted the second annual Tony Dovolani Golf for Special Needs Children Tournament, earmarking the proceeds for the Trumbull-based Kennedy Center.“I am honored to be ...

  8. Bridgeport Rallies Around Quadriplegic Teacher With Benefits In Limbo

    Bridgeport Rallies Around Quadriplegic Teacher With Benefits In Limbo

    This is one of the most popular stories of 2017 in Fairfield County. Wade is still awaiting word on his benefits.BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Friends are rallying around a beloved Central High School teacher who recently learned that state budget changes might make it impossible for him to work or to continue his normal lifestyle.Tom Wade sustained a spinal cord injury from a diving accident ...

  9. Westport Fire & EMS Check Out New Equipment In Training Drill

    Westport Fire & EMS Check Out New Equipment In Training Drill

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Motorists passing by Westport Fire Headquarters Wednesday morning may have done a double take or two, as emergency workers tried to rescue a “person” trapped under a car. What they were actually watching, though, was Westport firefighters and EMS personnel training on some new rescue equipment. Around 8:30 a.m., several staffers tried out new stabilization and lifting ...

  10. Long Island Sound's Sunken Secrets Revealed In Bridgeport Man's Videos

    Long Island Sound's Sunken Secrets Revealed In Bridgeport Man's Videos

    This is one of the most popular stories of 2017 in Fairfield County. BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Anyone who thinks scuba diving is a sport best done in Aruba or along the Great Barrier Reef should have a little chat with Denis Habza.Scuba certified since 2006, the Black Rock resident has made a side career of hunting through the dark depths of Long Island Sound, creating fascinating videos for ...

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