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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

Work underway to improve busy highway intersection safety

Work underway to improve busy highway intersection safety

'After more than 20 years of requests and meetings, it looks like a safe crossing is finally on its way'
Bring in your brass monkeys. Big cold spell coming

Bring in your brass monkeys. Big cold spell coming

In 1997 the overnight low dipped to minus 35
<b>College and university students getting a 10 per cent tuition cut</b>

College and university students getting a 10 per cent tuition cut

An arts and science undergraduate student at Nipissing University would see a reduction of $660 in their 2019-20 academic year tuition
<b>Updated:</b> Invest North Bay wants additional $2.5 million for four years from council

Updated: Invest North Bay wants additional $2.5 million for four years from council

'The allocation will be used by Invest North Bay to finalize new investments in the city'
Gas prices take another drop

Gas prices take another drop

Our neighbours in Sudbury are paying much more
<b>New police chief named</b>

New police chief named

The appointment was made public at the Board meeting this morning
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Police blame guns for surge of homicides

ONTARIO: Police blame guns for surge of homicides

'It is distressing to see an increase in the number of murders being committed in communities throughout Ontario'
North Bay breaks into 'Bed Bug Top 25'

North Bay breaks into 'Bed Bug Top 25'

'In less than two decades, Cimex lectularius – better known as bed bugs, have gone from a rarely experienced irritant to a major problem'
Could this turtle derail North Bay's casino plans?

Could this turtle derail North Bay's casino plans?

'Council should have been aware that this is a habitat for a protected species when they rezoned it'
Homicides on the rise. Guns blamed

Homicides on the rise. Guns blamed

'It is distressing to see an increase in the number of murders being committed in communities throughout Ontario'