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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

Rugby officially reinstated by NSSAF says Rugby Nova Scotia

Rugby officially reinstated by NSSAF says Rugby Nova Scotia

Rugby Nova Scotia say flag rugby will become an official sport at the junior high level
Two Lower Sackville businesses broken into Saturday night

Two Lower Sackville businesses broken into Saturday night

A cash box went missing from one of the businesses
Hammonds Plains woman charged with cannabis distribution

Hammonds Plains woman charged with cannabis distribution

RCMP searched a cannabis dispensary in Middleton and a home in Hammonds Plains last Thursday
Nova Scotia Power demobilizing emergency response following 'unprecedented' destruction from Dorian

Nova Scotia Power demobilizing emergency response following 'unprecedented' destruction from Dorian

The utility says some contract crews will be sticking around to clean up trees that pose a threat to power lines
Musquodoboit Harbour man facing child pornography charges

Musquodoboit Harbour man facing child pornography charges

Mounties are reminding the public that it's mandatory to report suspected child pornography
Frost advisory in effect east of Porters Lake

Frost advisory in effect east of Porters Lake

NEWS 95.7's Weekend Gardener, Niki Jabbour, says those with gardens in low lying areas are most at risk
Dorian brings birds from southern spots to Nova Scotia

Dorian brings birds from southern spots to Nova Scotia

When Hurricane Dorian blew across the Halifax area last weekend, it dropped off some unexpected visitors
Mounties investigate second report of shots fired on Auburn Dr.

Mounties investigate second report of shots fired on Auburn Dr.

RCMP do not believe this was a random act
Some struggle to find new apartments after roof blows of Tobin St. building

Some struggle to find new apartments after roof blows of Tobin St. building

Dorian's hurricane-force winds ripped the roof off of an apartment building on Tobin Street
Crane removal could begin Friday as evacuee says expenses piling up

Crane removal could begin Friday as evacuee says expenses piling up

Work to remove a construction crane that collapsed Saturday night when a hurricane blew through the Halifax Regional Municipality could start as soon as Friday.
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