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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. Two Roads Brewery Taps Into Expansion Plans In Stratford

    Two Roads Brewery Taps Into Expansion Plans In Stratford

    STRATFORD, Conn. — Two Roads will soon have two buildings.The popular Stratford business is adding a 25,000-square-foot sour and barrel-aging brewery on 2.5 acres of newly acquired land adjoining the existing Stratford Avenue brewery.The $12 million facility will feature a 50-barrel ROLEC brewhouse, storage for 2,000 wood barrels, a tasting room for up to 120 visitors overlooking a ...

  2. Pets Get Pampered At Wet Paws Dog Grooming Of Trumbull

    Pets Get Pampered At Wet Paws Dog Grooming Of Trumbull

    TRUMBULL, Conn. — You could say Olivier Leibowitz has jumped from Madison Avenue to, well, Madison Avenue.After a long career as an advertising executive for Young & Rubicam and other top New York City agencies, the Trumbull man — facing his 50th birthday — decided to take stock of the future.“We thought maybe we should think about doing something fun and different,” he said of a ...

  3. Cops: Baggies Of Pot Spell Drug Charge For Norwalk Man In Fairfield

    Cops: Baggies Of Pot Spell Drug Charge For Norwalk Man In Fairfield

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A Norwalk man was arrested on a drug charge early Saturday after he was found with 26 baggies of marijuana near a Kings Highway East hookah lounge, police said. An officer first approached Michael Cayo, 24, of Taylor Avenue, because the car in which he was the passenger was blocking a home’s driveway near Sky Hookah Lounge at 3:30 a.m., police said.The sergeant saw a ...

  4. Enjoy A Free Cone At Stamford's Dairy Queen — And Help A Children's Charity

    Enjoy A Free Cone At Stamford's Dairy Queen — And Help A Children's Charity

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — To celebrate the first day of spring, Fairfield County fans of Dairy Queen can enjoy a free ice cream cone and help a children's charity at the same time.  #FreeConeDay is today, March 20, the first day of spring. For the promotion, participating Dairy Queen outlets are offering one free small vanilla cone per person.During this spring event, Dairy Queen is ...

  5. Irish Eyes Are Smiling At St. Patrick's Day Parade In Bridgeport

    Irish Eyes Are Smiling At St. Patrick's Day Parade In Bridgeport

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Having March 17 as your birthday has its perks.Justin Duhancik of Stratford could imagine the hundreds of marchers, dancers and floats winding their way down Broad Street on Friday were all for him and not for the 35th annual Greater Bridgeport St. Patrick’s Day Parade.“I like the bagpipes,” said the newly minted 10-year-old, who was sporting a bright green fright ...

  6. For Westport Woman, Life Begins Après Divorce

    For Westport Woman, Life Begins Après Divorce

    WESTPORT, Conn. — When Sylvia Beckerman left her second ex-husband in 2015, she had her shoes, her clothes, some wine glasses and little else.So — looking to her son and soon-to-be daughter-in-law for inspiration — she marched herself over to Bed, Bath & Beyond and set up a post-divorce gift registry.“I thought, they’re starting new and I’m starting new, too,” said the Westport ...

  7. Bloodroot Of Bridgeport Celebrates 40th Birthday With NY Times Feature

    Bloodroot Of Bridgeport Celebrates 40th Birthday With NY Times Feature

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — They had no trained chefs, no wait staff and their restaurant sat in a former machine shop at the dead end of a residential street in Bridgeport, of all places.But somehow Bloodroot, a most unusual vegetarian/vegan restaurant and feminist bookstore, has endured and will celebrate its 40th anniversary next week.Perhaps the reason is the delicious and ever-changing ...

  8. Custom Meats Is Moo-ving Into Fairfield

    Custom Meats Is Moo-ving Into Fairfield

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — With more and more Americans paying attention to the quality of their food sources, Custom Meats has announced it will open a store in Fairfield next month.Located at 1903 Post Road — next to Isabelle et Vincent bakery — the shop will be the only 100 percent locally sourced, traditional whole animal butchery in Connecticut serving organic, non-GMO, nitrate-free, fresh ...

  9. Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop Comes To Roost In Fairfield

    Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop Comes To Roost In Fairfield

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — To paraphrase Tennyson, it’s nearly spring when a homeowner’s fancy turns to — the backyard.Which is why it’s the perfect time for Chris Petherick and Sue Shunta to open their Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop, a new Black Rock Turnpike outpost for everything you need to make your feathered friends feel welcome.“The whole backyard is what we’re after. Helping people ...

  10. Patrons Get The Vapors At Kure Of Bridgeport

    Patrons Get The Vapors At Kure Of Bridgeport

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Glancing at the menu at Kure, you might think you were in a dessert-centric restaurant.Where else would you find NY Cheesecake, Kandy Kane and Cherries Gone Wild?But Kure is offering a different kind of indulgence: It’s a vaporium and lounge, giving smokers and those just looking for a relaxing, social experience a place to converge.Part of a company that’s centered ...

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