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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

Province to start showing how many COVID-19 cases are in each health zone

Province to start showing how many COVID-19 cases are in each health zone

To date, Nova Scotia has 5,763 negative test results for COVID-19 and 147 confirmed cases
Strang warns of 'dangerous' COVID-19 scams during Tuesday news conference

Strang warns of 'dangerous' COVID-19 scams during Tuesday news conference

'Unfortunately there are unscrupulous people out there providing misinformation,' said Dr. Robert Strang
Halifax man charged with sexual offences against a child

Halifax man charged with sexual offences against a child

On Saturday, police arrested a suspect and seized electronic devices during the search of a residence
Four NSHA employees have confirmed cases of COVID-19

Four NSHA employees have confirmed cases of COVID-19

Three of those employees are in Central Zone, which includes Halifax, along with the Eastern Shore and West Hants
Pedestrian taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries

Pedestrian taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries

HRP say their investigation is in the early stages
Dartmouth man fined $697.50 under Emergency Management Act

Dartmouth man fined $697.50 under Emergency Management Act

Officers patrolling Shubie Park Monday say they found a vehicle at the entrance of the park in a no parking zone
An infectious disease expert answers more COVID-19 questions

An infectious disease expert answers more COVID-19 questions

NEWS 95.7's Rick Howe invited Dr. Lisa Barrett on his show to discuss the response to the disease
Retired Halifax Regional Police badge stolen

Retired Halifax Regional Police badge stolen

Police say it went missing from an unlocked vehicle parked on Dyke Rd. Sunday
Driver charged with stunting on Highway 107 near Westphal

Driver charged with stunting on Highway 107 near Westphal

RCMP say a black Volkswagen Jetta was going 199 km/h on a 100 zone
Those who ignore COVID-19 rules will face consequences says police chief

Those who ignore COVID-19 rules will face consequences says police chief

Also, there's an awesome video of Charlie A’Court playing 'Footloose' to the social distancers in his Dartmouth neighbourhood at the bottom of the article
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