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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

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Recent Work by Jeff

Cascades Casino aims for early summer opening

Cascades Casino aims for early summer opening

'I think it will prove to be a very popular location, for not only gamers but families as well'
Local teacher turned artist to show his paintings

Local teacher turned artist to show his paintings

Lately Burniston has been experimenting with adding textured materials to his canvases before adding the paint
Busy intersection upgrade should help spur development in the Ferris section of city

Busy intersection upgrade should help spur development in the Ferris section of city

Recent traffic studies have confirmed that the intersection is nearing capacity and improvements will be needed
<b>Update:</b> Police close Marshall Ave., surround house

Update: Police close Marshall Ave., surround house

A police spokesman says the incident was resolved peacefully
Father and 18 month old baby escape Widdifield Station Road house fire

Father and 18 month old baby escape Widdifield Station Road house fire

The homeowner did suffer some smoke inhalation and was treated by paramedics on scene
The tale of Lighthouse's 'Sunny Days'

The tale of Lighthouse's 'Sunny Days'

It seems like the Canadian band Lighthouse has been around forever. In fact, the band is celebrating 50 years playing the classic hits the audience loves to hear.
Christmas train derailed by labour shortage

Christmas train derailed by labour shortage

'For the past seven years, the Christmas Train events have allowed Ontario Northland to engage with the public and expose rail equipment to youth'
Christmas train derailed by labour shortage

Christmas train derailed by labour shortage

'For the past seven years, the Christmas Train events have allowed Ontario Northland to engage with the public and expose rail equipment to youth'
Giant mural will decorate Capitol Centre

Giant mural will decorate Capitol Centre

'We still have some warm weather so we could see this thing this fall and it would be quite striking'
North Bay pot outlet expected to open early next year

North Bay pot outlet expected to open early next year

Pot store still a few months away