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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. Reason To Howl: Wolves Brave Root Canals At Bridgeport Zoo

    Reason To Howl: Wolves Brave Root Canals At Bridgeport Zoo

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — They didn’t go back to their den with a bag full of floss and new toothbrushes, but two Mexican wolves at the Beardsley Zoo did brave root canals and tooth extractions recently.It’s all part of the zoo’s regular medical and dental care regime, said Zoo Director Gregg Dancho.“Good veterinary care is vital to the wellbeing of our animals,” Dancho said. “We spend a ...

  2. The Sky's The Limit At New Aerial Fitness Studio In Fairfield

    The Sky's The Limit At New Aerial Fitness Studio In Fairfield

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Vertical Addiction, an aerial fitness staple of Stamford, plans to bring women to new heights in Fairfield soon.The studio, named 2013 top small studio in New England only to be named top large studio in New England in 2014, will welcome clients to its new 83 Mill Plain Road digs on May 20.The new site will be open from 9 a.m. to noon with First Selectman Mike Tetreau ...

  3. Fairfield Police Scoop For Scholarships At Saugatuck Sweets

    Fairfield Police Scoop For Scholarships At Saugatuck Sweets

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Looking for a way to beat this week's expected heat and support a good cause?From May 18 through May 21, celebrity scoopers from the Fairfield Police Department will be behind the counter at Saugatuck Sweets, collecting tips and donations for the Police Union Scholarship Fund.The team’s goal is to raise more than $5,000 during the four-day event. The scholarship fund ...

  4. IRS: Five Tell-Tale Signs You're Being Scammed

    IRS: Five Tell-Tale Signs You're Being Scammed

    FAIRFIELD County, Conn. — You know the drill: You pick up the phone and someone claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service informs you you’ll be arrested or face fines and lawsuits if you don’t pay back taxes you supposedly owe.Sound familiar?Well, don’t fall for it, says Westport Police Department, which is warning residents about ongoing phone scams involving the IRS.“The IRS ...

  5. Scoop Up Some Sweet Treats At New Stratford Ice Cream Parlor

    Scoop Up Some Sweet Treats At New Stratford Ice Cream Parlor

    STRATFORD, Conn. — They may not be opening until later this month, but Paradice Cream, a new sweet shop on Main Street, is already creating a buzz on social media. The shop, which officially opens at noon on May 25, recently announced Nancy Baird Russo won a contest to name one of its new signature treats — the Paradise Blast. Located at 3600 Main Street on busy Paradise Green, the shop ...

  6. Shelton's Soupstock VIII Unveils Stellar Musical Lineup

    Shelton's Soupstock VIII Unveils Stellar Musical Lineup

    SHELTON, Conn. — It’s official: A full slate of bands has been announced for Soupstock VIII, a two-day festival of art, music, food and crafts on the spacious green at Veteran Memorial Park in downtown Shelton.The fundraiser’s headliners for the June 10-11 event include Particle and The Skatalites, as well as Bella’s Bartok and Sophistafunk. You can also jam along to Yes, Darling with ...

  7. Fairfield Police: Bridgeport Woman Shoved $300 In Stolen Clothes In Handbag

    Fairfield Police: Bridgeport Woman Shoved $300 In Stolen Clothes In Handbag

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A Bridgeport woman was arrested Friday, when she was found with more than $300 in Kohl’s merchandise stuffed in her handbag, police said.Loss prevention officers at the Tunxis Hill Road store said they watched Brandi Soares, 20, of Madison Avenue, bring her handbag and several items into a fitting room, only to come out a few minutes later with just the bag, police ...

  8. Bridgeport Breaks Ground On Second Phase Of Steelpointe Harbor

    Bridgeport Breaks Ground On Second Phase Of Steelpointe Harbor

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Bridgeport Landing Development on Monday broke ground on the second phase of the much-anticipated Steelpointe Harbor project, laying the ground work for the three-story DockMaster building and a public harbor walk.“The end product is going to be nothing short of magnificent,” Mayor Joe Ganim said of the project.Work on the lower peninsula is expected to eventually ...

  9. Fairfield Police: Man Flashes Woman At Downtown Library

    Fairfield Police: Man Flashes Woman At Downtown Library

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A man exposed himself to a woman at Fairfield Public Library Saturday afternoon, police said.The woman told police she was in a conference room at the main Old Post Road library around 3:15 p.m when a man sitting nearby pulled out his penis and began rubbing it and looking at her. She tried to take a photo with her cell phone, but the man covered up, told her he was ...

  10. Staples High Grad Offers Timely Discussion On Race And Law Enforcement

    Staples High Grad Offers Timely Discussion On Race And Law Enforcement

    WESTPORT, Conn. — CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues, a Staples High School alumnus, comes back to town June 8 for a timely discussion on race and law enforcement at Westport Library.Pegues, author of “Black and Blue: Inside the Divide Between the Police and Black America,” will be joined in his 7 p.m. discussion by Westport Police Chief Foti Koskinas.In the book, Pegues, justice and ...

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