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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

No need for Nova Scotians to be overly concerned about coronavirus says chief medical officer

No need for Nova Scotians to be overly concerned about coronavirus says chief medical officer

Dr. Robert Strang says he's getting daily updates with the latest information
RCMP look for man last seen in Lower Sackville

RCMP look for man last seen in Lower Sackville

Gerard McDougall was last seen walking along Cobequid Rd. at around 12:30 a.m. this morning
Man turns self in after armed gas station robbery in Clayton Park

Man turns self in after armed gas station robbery in Clayton Park

Police were called to the Irving at Lacewood Dr. and Willett St. at around 3 a.m. Sunday
What happens when you call Crime Stoppers?

What happens when you call Crime Stoppers?

Since it's launch in 1987, Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers has fielded over 300,000 calls, cleared 7,500 cases and paid out around $312,000 in cash rewards
Police look for driver after pedestrian struck in Dartmouth

Police look for driver after pedestrian struck in Dartmouth

The medium-sized sedan is described as red with silver accents
Autism advocate speaks out against anti-vaccination movie showing at HRM facility

Autism advocate speaks out against anti-vaccination movie showing at HRM facility

Autistics United Nova Scotia's Alex Kronstein says the film perpetuates the discredited theory that vaccines cause autism
New Ross man dies in snowmobile crash

New Ross man dies in snowmobile crash

Mounties say the vehicle left the road and hit some trees
Don't confuse Blue Monday gimmicks with actual illnesses says mental health expert

Don't confuse Blue Monday gimmicks with actual illnesses says mental health expert

Dr. Stan Kutcher says it's important to not confuse feelings of sadness, stress or worry with actual illnesses like depression, anxiety and Seasonal Affective Disorder
Man turns self in after liquor stolen from downtown restaurant

Man turns self in after liquor stolen from downtown restaurant

It's believed three men broke into the CUT Steakhouse and left with a number of liquor bottles
Human remains in Digby County identified as New Brunswick man

Human remains in Digby County identified as New Brunswick man

The body was found on Sandy Cove Beach just after 9 a.m. on September 8
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