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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

Man facing impaired driving charges after truck carrying propane rolls over

Man facing impaired driving charges after truck carrying propane rolls over

As of 7:30 p.m. police, along with fire crews and the Department of Transportation remain at the scene
Woman charged with impaired driving after car rolls over in the south end

Woman charged with impaired driving after car rolls over in the south end

Halifax Regional Police say a vehicle hit a bike lane divider
Police investigate after passenger tried to spit on bus driver

Police investigate after passenger tried to spit on bus driver

Officers were called to an assault in progress at the Halifax Transit bridge terminal at 1:50 p.m. Thursday
Two charged with weapons offences following hit-and-run

Two charged with weapons offences following hit-and-run

Police say a vehicle turning onto Horizon Court from Micmac Boulevard was hit from behind
Visitors from other Atlantic provinces won't need to self-isolate, for now

Visitors from other Atlantic provinces won't need to self-isolate, for now

'We would only do that if it's really going to be helpful in controlling COVID,' said Dr. Robert Strang
Transit union president wants enforcement of mandatory mask policy

Transit union president wants enforcement of mandatory mask policy

Ken Wilson says, although riders have been required to wear the face coverings since late July, there's not much drivers can do if someone refuses
New Brunswick bursts what was left of Atlantic bubble

New Brunswick bursts what was left of Atlantic bubble

That province's premier said as of midnight Friday morning, anyone arriving in New Brunswick will need to self-isolate for 14 days
37 drivers charged for cell phone and speeding violations Wednesday

37 drivers charged for cell phone and speeding violations Wednesday

Police say speeding and distracted driving are two of the top reasons collisions occur
Two charged following break-in at Dartmouth Crossing store

Two charged following break-in at Dartmouth Crossing store

Halifax Regional Police say suspects left in a vehicle after taking a lot of clothing from Take it Outside
We may need to go above and beyond to get restrictions lifted in two weeks

We may need to go above and beyond to get restrictions lifted in two weeks

Dr. Lisa Barrett believes it may be optimistic to think those protocols can be lifted within 14 days
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