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John Schwing

A classic Christmas concert at St. Paul’s

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The choir of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will sing a service of Christmas carols, hymns and scripture readings on Sunday evening, Dec. 18. The service is planned for 5 p.m. at the church, 661 Old Post Road, next to Town Hall Green, and is open to the public. The seasonal service, “Festival of Nine Lessons […] [Read More]
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Fairfielder learns harsh ‘reality’ of TV dating show

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Southern gal wins the heart of a Southern guy, and a Fairfield beauty learns the harsh “reality” of a national TV dating competition: A Tribble is almost certain to choose a Tristan rather than a Jacqueline. It all came down to Fairfield’s Jacqueline Honulik vs. Tristan Smith from Alabama on the finale of “Sweet Home […] [Read More]
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Fairfield beauty in finale of TV dating show

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A match — or Miss Matched? That will be revealed Friday on national television when a beauty queen from Fairfield, who counts the 2008 Miss Connecticut USA crown among her pageant titles, is one of two bachelorettes vying to win the affections of a good ol’ Southern bachelor in the finale of “Sweet Home Alabama.” […] [Read More]
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Pop quiz: What is located at 61 Constant Comment Way?

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OK, you’ve probably had more than your fill of stories about the Fairfield Metro railroad station over the course of more than a decade when it was first proposed, what with all the delays, controversy and problems that nearly derailed the project more than once. When it opens Monday, after the hoopla of a ribbon-cutting […] [Read More]
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Fairfield’s ‘One Book’ mystery

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It’s a literary mystery. But all will be revealed Thursday. Each year, the Fairfield Public Library selects a book for its community reading project, “One Book, One Town.” Events are then planned around the book’s themes as way both to promote reading, as well as awareness of the issues highlighted in the book. Library officials […] [Read More]
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Santa Claus coming to town Saturday

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The turkey leftovers from Thanksgiving Day will barely have cooled, but Christmas season in Fairfield will already be warming up this weekend. Yes, Santa Claus is coming to town — as he always does on the Saturday after T-Day — to greet local fans at Sherman Green. Organized by the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce, Santa’s […] [Read More]
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State schools chief coming to Fairfield

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Listen up. Better yet, speak up. Stefan Pryor, the state’s education commissioner, takes his “listening” tour to Fairfield on Tuesday night. Pryor will give his general views on the state of education in Connecticut, as well as well as listen to public comments, in a session preceding a meeting of the Fairfield Board of Education. […] [Read More]
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Monday’s inauguration day for Fairfield officials

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It’s time for a little pomp and circumstance, Fairfield-style. Come Monday, this nearly 400-year-old community will inaugurate a new first selectman and a host of other officials elected in the Nov. 8 municipal election. The public is invited to attend this ceremonial passing of the democratic torch, which gets under way at 7 p.m. in […] [Read More]
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Help feed the hungry with this Fairfield family

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This Fairfield family makes helping others a holiday tradition. The 13th annual Jannotta Family Feed fundraiser will take place at 5:30 Tuesday, Nov. 22, at Vazzy’s Restaurant at Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course, 2390 Easton Turnpike. The event was started by Fairfield resident Anthony Jannotta, legal counsel to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, as a way to […] [Read More]
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For those who served: Fairfield honors veterans

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The annual Veterans Day ceremony in Fairfield organized by local veterans’ organizations and town officials will take place at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11, in front of the Town Honor Roll on Town Hall Green. The ceremony will be preceded by a 9 a.m. service in St. Anthony’s Church on South Pine Creek Road, and […] [Read More]
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