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Jeff Turl

Jeff Turl

Jeff is a veteran of the news biz. He's spent a lengthy career in TV, radio, print and online, covering both news and sports. He enjoys free time riding motorcycles and spoiling grandchildren. Email Jeff at jeff@baytoday.ca

Recent Work by Jeff

North Bay splash pad construction likely next summer

North Bay splash pad construction likely next summer

The Rotary Clubs have identified a total budget $650,000
<b>Summer in the Park may change location next year</b>

Summer in the Park may change location next year

The committee is looking to weatherproof its event by situating the headline concerts in Memorial Gardens Sports Arena
<b>Summer in the Park loses over $58,000</b>

Summer in the Park loses over $58,000

Chamber of Commerce drops out. New location being considered.
We're dodging a weather bullet

We're dodging a weather bullet

An Alberta Clipper is forecast to sail across Northeastern Ontario tonight
Police release photos of man wanted in case of murdered North Bay native Tess Richey

Police release photos of man wanted in case of murdered North Bay native Tess Richey

Homicide investigators now request assistance identifying a man as part of the investigation
Police release photos of Richey murder suspect

Police release photos of Richey murder suspect

Homicide investigators now request assistance identifying a man as part of the investigation
Warming Centre opens tonight

Warming Centre opens tonight

If no-one arrives prior to midnight, the Centre will close
<b>UPDATE: ENDED, Special weather statement: SNOW</b>

UPDATE: ENDED, Special weather statement: SNOW

Localized slightly higher amounts are possible, and snowfall warnings may be issued as the event approaches.
It's raining money at Ivan's Restaurant...for a good cause

It's raining money at Ivan's Restaurant...for a good cause

The previous owner had umbrellas that hung upside from the ceiling, each umbrella was tagged with a charity and customers would toss coins into them
New local sports book makes a great Christmas gift

New local sports book makes a great Christmas gift

One of the city's greatest hockey players, Kenny Wharram of the Chicago Blackhawk's Scooter line has his story told, and the history of the Nordic Ski Club is also detailed