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Roy Fuchs

Community Advisor

Roy is a retired financial/marketing executive who lived in Westport for 30 years, and still has ties to the community despite living in Trumbull. He was a member of Westport's Board of Finance, he volunteers actively in Westport and Trumbull, is a substitute teacher and a volunteer ESL tutor. He began writing as a retiree, and now reports extensively on activities in both towns.

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  1. Westport Library Wraps Up 'Geek' Campaign, Marches Toward Expansion

    Westport Library Wraps Up 'Geek' Campaign, Marches Toward Expansion

    WESTPORT, Conn. — The Westport Library celebrated "It's A Wrap ... Geek Party" with a sense of humor to mark the end of its "What Do You Geek"  campaign to bring awareness to the community treasure. Bill Harmer, executive director of the Westport Library, greeted nearly 100 people gathered in the library’s Great Hall for the party. The campaign, which kicked off last ...

  2. Congregation Beth El In Fairfield Dishes Up Craft & BBQ Festival

    Congregation Beth El In Fairfield Dishes Up Craft & BBQ Festival

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Congregation Beth El served up its third annual Craft & BBQ Festival on Sunday in Fairfield, with an aim at feeding barbecue fans and feeding the hungry.The entry fee was two cans of food for Operation Hope, Fairfield’s homeless shelter. Food included brisket sandwiches, chicken sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob, desserts and drinks, all dished up ...

  3. Chiropractor Offers Secrets To Cutting Stress At Westport's Sunrise Rotary

    Chiropractor Offers Secrets To Cutting Stress At Westport's Sunrise Rotary

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Southport chiropractor Robert Kipp, D.C., took on the topic of wellness as he spoke Friday to Westport's Sunrise Rotary, talking about the origins of stress and how reducing it fosters greater happiness and productivity.“Stress is probably the No. 1 reason people cannot stay well,” he said. It is a “silent killer” that leads to high blood pressure, then to heart ...

  4. Fairfield County's Democracy For America Disappointed By Party Politics

    Fairfield County's Democracy For America Disappointed By Party Politics

    NORWALK, Conn. — Disappointed but not mad summed up the way many of the participants felt at a meeting of Fairfield County’s Democracy For America group last week at the Silver Star Diner in Norwalk.The meeting kicked off with a review of the Democratic National Convention by three young Bernie Sanders delegates — Stamford residents Nina Sherwood, Chris Yerinides and Louis Magana. The ...

  5. Campaign Souvenirs Sold At Fairfield Rally Cash In On Trump's Popularity

    Campaign Souvenirs Sold At Fairfield Rally Cash In On Trump's Popularity

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Fans and foes alike of Donald Trump showed up Saturday afternoon before the start of the Republican presidential nominee's campaign rally at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield.  And for those who wanted a memento of the event, souvenirs were offered for sale at the event. But they probably appealed more to Trump's fans.  Many of the T-shirts were colorful and ...

  6. Trumbull Democrat Speaks At 'Love Trumps Hate Rally' In Fairfield

    Trumbull Democrat Speaks At 'Love Trumps Hate Rally' In Fairfield

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Supporters of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and local Democratic leaders rallied outside the Sacred Heart University campus in Fairfield late Saturday afternoon before a campaign appearance by Republican candidate Donald Trump. The event was dubbed the "Love Trumps Hate" rally. It drew dozens of participants despite the steamy temperatures. It was ...

  7. Protesters Stage 'Love Trumps Hate' Rally Outside SHU Campus

    Protesters Stage 'Love Trumps Hate' Rally Outside SHU Campus

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- While hundreds of people were filing into the William H. Pitt Center for the Donald Trump for President rally, a small but growing and very vocal anti-Trump crowd gathered at the side of the Sacred Heart University campus to stage a Love Trumps Hate rally late Saturday afternoon.  "In my 71 years, I've never felt so strongly about a political campaign," ...

  8. Trumbull Police Looking To Build Trust With The Community

    Trumbull Police Looking To Build Trust With The Community

    TRUMBULL, Conn. — Chief Michael Lombardo demonstrated Wednesday evening that old dogs can learn new tricks as he described how the Trumbull Police Department is evolving in these troubled times.Co-chairing a meeting at Frenchtown School on community policing with George Mintz, president of the Greater Bridgeport Branch of the NAACP, Lombardo described several initiatives his department ...

  9. Entrepreneurs Learn How 'Trumbull Is Working For You' At Networking Event

    Entrepreneurs Learn How 'Trumbull Is Working For You' At Networking Event

    TRUMBULL, Conn. — Business people and entrepreneurs gathered to embrace the theme “Trumbull is working for you” at the town's first-ever business networking event last week.Thirteen small business funders and support group representatives gathered at Trumbull Town Hall. They offered their elevator pitches to local entrepreneurs, small business owners, advisors and bankers.Co-host Rina ...

  10. Economic Development Director Leads Business Networking Event

    Economic Development Director Leads Business Networking Event

    TRUMBULL, Conn. — Everyone interested in growing business in Trumbull is invited to attend the town's first-ever business networking event. Rina Bakalar, Trumbull’s recently appointed Economic and Community Development Director, will the meeting. It is set for 7:30 to 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 20, at the Trumbull Town Hall Council Chambers.The event is co-sponsored by the Town of Trumbull ...

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