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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

Another full closure of the MacKay Bridge scheduled this weekend

Another full closure of the MacKay Bridge scheduled this weekend

Halifax Harbour Bridges says it will shut down at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 17
No swimming at Albro Lake Beach until further notice

No swimming at Albro Lake Beach until further notice

The Halifax Regional Municipality says recent tests at the Dartmouth swimming spot indicate bacteria levels have exceeded Health Canada guidelines
Halifax Water monitoring blue-green algae bloom in Lake Major Water Supply

Halifax Water monitoring blue-green algae bloom in Lake Major Water Supply

The utility says the water is still safe for consumption
Health Canada to fund study of Nova Scotia's new opt-out organ donor law

Health Canada to fund study of Nova Scotia's new opt-out organ donor law

Early next year, Nova Scotia will become the first jurisdiction in North America to implement a presumed consent system for organ and tissue donation
Province-wide warrant issued for Lower Sackville man

Province-wide warrant issued for Lower Sackville man

Robert Erikson was charged with a number of offences in HRM in 2018, including assault, breach of recognizance and breach of probation
High bacteria levels close Kinap Beach

High bacteria levels close Kinap Beach

Testing will continue at the beach and the municipality will send out a notification when it reopens
The Army Museum Halifax Citadel reopens

The Army Museum Halifax Citadel reopens

Haligonians can now pop in between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily
Turtle patrol president believes someone intentionally ran over four turtles in Bedford park

Turtle patrol president believes someone intentionally ran over four turtles in Bedford park

Clarence Stevens said a hiker found the animals dead on a trail in Sandy Lake Park near Marsh Lake
New survey finds pandemic led to drop in physical activity for kids

New survey finds pandemic led to drop in physical activity for kids

It's recommended those between the ages of 5 and 17 get at least 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity a day
How does COVID-19 contact tracing work in Nova Scotia?

How does COVID-19 contact tracing work in Nova Scotia?

When someone tests positive, public health officials launch a case investigation to try and determine how the individual got the virus and who they may have passed it on to