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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

Christmas decorations and camping equipment stolen in break-ins

Christmas decorations and camping equipment stolen in break-ins

Thursday morning North Bay Police responded to three complaints of break-ins. Two on Regina Street and one on Trout Lake Road in North Bay. The first report on Regina Street involved entry into an unlocked shed in the backyard of a home.
City closes boat launches

City closes boat launches

The waterfront marina boat launch remains open
<b>Rain on the way</b>

Rain on the way

This rain is associated with a slow-moving warm front moving over the region.
Smoke eaters become sand baggers

Smoke eaters become sand baggers

Northeast Region crews have been deployed to assist with flood response
Rocktoberfest becomes Bay Block Party

Rocktoberfest becomes Bay Block Party

The North Bay DIA will be introducing FoodFest to complement Bay Block Party
City scaling back sandbag efforts

City scaling back sandbag efforts

'There will be no drop-offs to residents this weekend and filling stations at Public Works on Franklin Street, Sunset Park at the end of Sunset Boulevard and Champlain Park at the end of Premier Road will no longer be operated by staff as of Monday'
Latest flood update from MNRF.  Lake Nipissing and French River areas still climbing slowly

Latest flood update from MNRF. Lake Nipissing and French River areas still climbing slowly

'Water levels in Mattawa are currently sitting at 155.39 m and could reach 155.55 m, however, Ottawa River water levels are expected to stabilize or slowly decrease over the next several days'
Change of heart. No casino protest for World Turtle Day

Change of heart. No casino protest for World Turtle Day

'Shutting the highway down wouldn't be beneficial to anyone'
Local mining company to develop the first clean-tech modular drilling system

Local mining company to develop the first clean-tech modular drilling system

'This exciting initiative will allow us to capitalize on an immediate opportunity to create the first clean-tech modular drilling system available for use in the mining industry'
Lake Nipissing expected to continue rising for another 1-2 weeks

Lake Nipissing expected to continue rising for another 1-2 weeks

Substantial rainĀ is forecast through this week, with 8-10mm possible today, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, for a total of 40mm over the next five days