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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

Halifax Regional Police charge two drivers with stunting in last two days

Halifax Regional Police charge two drivers with stunting in last two days

HRP officers have handed out 32 tickets in the past two days for what they're calling safety concerns on our roadways
Porters Lake man charged in weapons smuggling investigation

Porters Lake man charged in weapons smuggling investigation

The Canada Border Services Agency says its officers at mail centres in Toronto and Vancouver intercepted firearm suppressors last August
Halifax woman sentenced for animal cruelty : SPCA

Halifax woman sentenced for animal cruelty : SPCA

The SPCA says eight dogs were rescued from a parked minivan and a ninth dog was found deceased
Virtual doctor visits extended until Dec. 31

Virtual doctor visits extended until Dec. 31

The province announced today it would be extending physicians' payment codes for virtual visits until the end of the year
MacKay Bridge closure scheduled this weekend

MacKay Bridge closure scheduled this weekend

This is the final closure of the cross-harbour span planned for this year
Strang has been threatened with physical confrontation and faced 'unpleasant and hateful' comments

Strang has been threatened with physical confrontation and faced 'unpleasant and hateful' comments

'I know some of my other colleagues have faced similar issues,' the province's top doctor said
Ignored warnings a worry for HRM's emergency management official

Ignored warnings a worry for HRM's emergency management official

Reports of parents bringing their children out to Lawrencetown Beach and Peggys Cove to watch the waves from Teddy worries Erica Fleck
Environment Canada releases rain and wind impacts from Teddy

Environment Canada releases rain and wind impacts from Teddy

Halifax was on what is considered to be the rain side of Teddy's track
Police hope public can help them identify suspects in church break-in <b>(video)</b>

Police hope public can help them identify suspects in church break-in (video)

HRP are also investigating break-ins at five more Dartmouth churches
Counterfeit U.S. currency used to make purchases in Lower Sackville

Counterfeit U.S. currency used to make purchases in Lower Sackville

Mounties say a man bought itemsĀ at two Sackville Dr. businesses using phony U.S. $100 bills