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Meghan Groff

Meghan Groff

Born in Michigan, raised in Ontario, schooled in Indiana and is now proud to consider herself a Haligonian. After two decades in news/talk radio, Meghan made the switch to online news. She is the community editor for HalifaxToday.ca, joining the Village Media team in Oct. 2017 after 8 years with NEWS 95.7. When not at work, she enjoys travelling, camping, hiking and exploring the Maritimes.

Recent Work by Meghan

(UPDATE) Escaped prisoner back in RCMP custody

(UPDATE) Escaped prisoner back in RCMP custody

Mounties say Kevin Edward Clarke-McNeil is now back in police custody
Strang grants gathering exemption to some outdoor high school graduation celebrations

Strang grants gathering exemption to some outdoor high school graduation celebrations

'This not an exemption for individual grad parties, it is only for organized, community-led events,' said the province's chief medical officer of health
Did you lose this backpack near the Bedford Place Mall?

Did you lose this backpack near the Bedford Place Mall?

The bag was found near the former Rona Store at around 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 24
Dalhousie University to host online forum on anti-Black racism

Dalhousie University to host online forum on anti-Black racism

Dr. Rhonda Britton was traumatized when she saw the video of George Floyd's death
RCMP look for person of interest after woman tailgated on Waverley Rd.

RCMP look for person of interest after woman tailgated on Waverley Rd.

Police say the driver of an older dark-coloured pickup truck with tinted windows was tailgating a woman at around 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday
Emergency alert on April 24 had 'unintended consequences' : RCMP

Emergency alert on April 24 had 'unintended consequences' : RCMP

Chief Supt. Chris Leather said discussions continue on the effective use of the emergency alert system
Nova Scotians should have 'appropriate expectations' for Friday's reopening

Nova Scotians should have 'appropriate expectations' for Friday's reopening

'Your experience will be quite a bit different,' cautions Dr. Robert Strang
Small business owners will continue to struggle following Friday's reopening says cafe owner

Small business owners will continue to struggle following Friday's reopening says cafe owner

Restaurants, bars and taprooms have been given the green light to welcome customers back into their establishments as of Friday
Mooseheads hope to welcome fans back to the Scotiabank Centre this fall

Mooseheads hope to welcome fans back to the Scotiabank Centre this fall

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League aims to begin a full 68-game regular season on Oct. 1
Police search for suspect in armed gas station robbery

Police search for suspect in armed gas station robbery

HRP say a man with a knife robbed the Petro Canada at 240 Victoria Rd. at around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday