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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 editor for CityNews Halifax, joining the Village Media team in Oct. 2017 after 8 years producing and editing at the former NEWS 95.7 (now CityNews 95.7). When not at work, she enjoys travelling, camping, hiking and exploring the Maritimes with her dog Fundy.

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meghan@halifax.citynews.ca

Recent Work by Meghan

Mobile primary care clinic returns to Halifax this weekend

Mobile primary care clinic returns to Halifax this weekend

Those with mild or moderate health concerns can head to Mumford Road
Bitterly cold conditions in the forecast trigger extreme cold warning <b>(update)</b>

Bitterly cold conditions in the forecast trigger extreme cold warning (update)

Frostnip, frostbite and hypothermia are all risks
Halifax's airport celebrates a successful 2022

Halifax's airport celebrates a successful 2022

Over 3 million passengers passed through our airport last year
14-year-old facing charges in group assault

14-year-old facing charges in group assault

Police say one of the youths had what is believed to be a replica firearm
This year's cruise ship season could bring industry back to pre-pandemic levels

This year's cruise ship season could bring industry back to pre-pandemic levels

The Port of Halifax is expecting 191 vessel calls carrying approximately 325,000 cruise guests
Store robbed, vehicle with woman and child inside stolen

Store robbed, vehicle with woman and child inside stolen

The woman and child weren't physically hurt
Man fraudulently claiming to be from church attempts to collect money door-to-door: police

Man fraudulently claiming to be from church attempts to collect money door-to-door: police

Police say this man is not associated with the Fairview United Church
Police investigate robbery at pharmacy

Police investigate robbery at pharmacy

Police were called to Agricola Street at around 3 p.m. Tuesday
New health care technology expected to help facilities to operate more efficiently

New health care technology expected to help facilities to operate more efficiently

One Person One Record is expected to start rolling out to Nova Scotia Health and IWK facilities in 2025
Shubenacadie Sam's Groundhog Night adventures focus of new children's book

Shubenacadie Sam's Groundhog Night adventures focus of new children's book

In Doretta Groenendyk's picture book, Sam spends the night before Groundhog Day exploring the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park
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