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Meredith Guinness

Community Reporter mguinness@dailyvoice.com

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

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  1. Police: Bridgeport Bookkeeper Embezzled $29K From Westport Business

    Police: Bridgeport Bookkeeper Embezzled $29K From Westport Business

    WESTPORT, Conn. — A Bridgeport bookkeeper was charged with embezzlement Tuesday, after her employers told police she stole more than $29,000 from them, police said.Kimberly Goodman, 33, of Midland Street, was charged with first-degree larceny in the case, which spanned from February through this month.On Oct. 5, Goodman’s employers came to police headquarters to report she had made ...

  2. Author Of Most Popular ESPN Story To Speak At SHU In Fairfield

    Author Of Most Popular ESPN Story To Speak At SHU In Fairfield

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Kate Fagan, author of “What Made Maddy Run,” the most-watched feature on ESPN digital media, will speak at Sacred Heart University on Oct. 23.Fagan, who expanded her story on Madison Holleran, a track and field athlete who committed suicide, to a full-length book, will take the stage at the Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts at 7 p.m.Fagan writes for espnW, ...

  3. Cops: Man Turns Hostile When Westport Barista Refuses Free Coffee Demand

    Cops: Man Turns Hostile When Westport Barista Refuses Free Coffee Demand

    WESTPORT, Conn. — A Bridgeport man began cursing and refused to leave a Westport Starbucks Tuesday, after baristas would not give him free coffee.Gary Hubina, 63, of Fairfield Avenue, became hostile and ignored a request for him to leave, using the bathroom instead at the Parker-Harding Plaza eatery, witnesses told police.When he did leave, he used profanity against staff and customers, ...

  4. Stamford Hospital To Unveil New Orthopedic Inpatient Surgical Unit

    Stamford Hospital To Unveil New Orthopedic Inpatient Surgical Unit

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford Health and Hospital for Special Surgery will officially open the new orthopedic inpatient surgical unit in the new Stamford Hospital on Monday, Oct. 30The 40,000-square-foot space includes new operating rooms, pre-op and recovery areas, patient rooms and a rehabilitation area.In February, Stamford Health and HSS announced this unique collaboration to expand ...

  5. Norwalk Man, Stamford Woman Take Top Honors In CancerCare 5K

    Norwalk Man, Stamford Woman Take Top Honors In CancerCare 5K

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — More than 300 runners and supporters raised close to $50,000 at the 11th annual CancerCare Fairfield Walk/Run for Hope at Jennings Beach on Oct. 15.The funds will support CancerCare’s free programs and services for those affected by cancer.The men’s 5K winner was Mac Ballentine of Norwalk and Rebecca Blanchard of Stamford was the first woman to cross the finish ...

  6. Cross-Country Cancer Research Ride Cycles Into Fairfield This Weekend

    Cross-Country Cancer Research Ride Cycles Into Fairfield This Weekend

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A seven-week, coast-to-coast cycling event to raise critical cancer research funds will have its grand finale at Jennings Beach on Saturday.Hundreds of cyclists and supports are expected to cheer on the last-leg riders of the Norwalk-based Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation’s “Road to Victories” event.The team, made up of patients, loved ones and supporters, is ...

  7. CT Supreme Court Will Hear Sandy Hook Families' Appeal In November

    CT Supreme Court Will Hear Sandy Hook Families' Appeal In November

    NEWTOWN, Conn. — The Connecticut Supreme Court on Thursday announced Nov. 14 as the first court date in the appeal filed by the families of nine Sandy Hook School victims and one survivor in their case against the sellers of the AR-15 used in the 2012 Newtown shooting. In 2016, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the case just two weeks after the families filed their appeal, allowing the ...

  8. CT MoveOn Petition Claims Halloween Is More Trick Than Treat

    CT MoveOn Petition Claims Halloween Is More Trick Than Treat

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — What if Halloween were always on a Saturday?The dream is real for Star 99.9’s Anna and Raven Show, which has posted a MoveOn.org petition to create “Trick or Treat Day” on the last Saturday of October, ensuring children don’t go door-knocking on a school night.The DJs plan to deliver their petition, which has garnered more than 360 signatures, to the ...

  9. CT Radio Host Takes Part In One Of The Craziest "Jeopardy!" Finales Ever

    CT Radio Host Takes Part In One Of The Craziest "Jeopardy!" Finales Ever

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — She didn’t realize her dream of winning “Jeopardy!” Tuesday, but former WPKN radio host Fran Fried can say she was part of one of the wildest finishes in the show’s history.Tied for the lead with $12,300, Fried and competitor Carlos Nobleza Posas of Salt Lake City both wagered it all on incorrect responses to the “Asian Geography” final clue about the only country ...

  10. CT Radio Host Becomes Third Trans Contestant In 'Jeopardy!' History

    CT Radio Host Becomes Third Trans Contestant In 'Jeopardy!' History

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — The fourth time’s a charm for former WPKN-FM radio host Fran Fried, who had a quartet of auditions over 13 years before she finally snagged a spot as a contestant on TV’s “Jeopardy!”Fried, who is only the third transgender contestant ever to pick up a buzzer on the ABC game show, will appear on Tuesday night’s episode.“It’s all been like an out-of-body experience,” ...

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