NB Legion “spruces up” 2 trees

Improved vision on Water Street after tree trimming……

In the interest of safety, NB American Legion Post 539 “elevated” two spruce pines at the end of their driveway toward water st.  The issue was blocked vision up and down water st.  as you drove out.  With the help of Treez Unlimited from Monclova Ohio, Frank Brooks and John Harden, this task was accomplished in little time.  Thanks to Pam and John Cheney for lending us a trailer to haul the clippings. 



submitted by John W Harden

“A Night of Praise” Benefit Concert

Basic Truth & Cedar Creek Churches to bring awesome music to rural Cygnet, Ohio – Benefiting NB Food Pantry…

 

Basic Truth Church and Cedar Creek Church will bring awesome music to rural Cygnet, Ohio – To benefit the North Baltimore Food Pantry & Christian Clearing House.

www.basictruthchurch.com

Three Wood Co. Establishments Cited by OIU for Alcohol Violations

….. after receiving complaints of blatant violations of orders in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. 

 

OIU Cited Seven Establishments Overnight

(Columbus) – Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit (OIU) cited seven establishments overnight after receiving complaints of blatant violations of orders in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. 

Agents visited the following liquor-permitted establishments and issued citations after witnessing the violations:

Pigskin Bar, Athens, received an administrative citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80 and insanitary conditions (alcoholic beverages not maintained in potable condition). Agents visited the establishment at approximately 11:20 p.m. and observed a group of patrons through the front windows sitting at the bar who appeared to have open alcoholic beverages. Agents observed the on duty bartender retrieve and open two bottles of beer and give one of the alcoholic beverages to a patron at the bar. The bartender kept the other bottle of beer and placed it at the back of the bar. Agents observed as the patron and the bartender both consumed from the bottles of beer. Another patron seated at the bar and was also drinking a bottle of beer. 

1212 West 6th Street LLC., known as The Ivy, Cleveland, received an administrative citations for improper conduct – disorderly activity and after hours sales – Rule 80.  Agents and the Cleveland Division of Police entered the premises at approximately 10:20 p.m. and observed egregious violations of ODH orders occurring throughout the premises. Patrons congregated near tables, in open areas and at the bar. Every bar stool was occupied and numerous patrons were lined up behind watching the live football game, not social distancing and attempting to order drinks. Patrons were permitted to walk freely about the premises while consuming alcoholic beverages and very few patrons were observed wearing masks. Minimal dividers were observed between seating sections, with no efforts made by bar staff to maintain compliance. 

LGCE Holding Group, known as Rumors, Cleveland, received a citations for improper conduct – disorderly activity and after hours sales – Rule 80. Agents and Cleveland Division of Police entered the premises after observing continued alcohol beverage service after 10 p.m.  Numerous bar staff were observed continuing to pour and serve spirituous liquor at approximately 10:40 p.m. Patrons were permitted to walk freely about the premises while consuming alcoholic beverages. Patrons also congregated in open areas without maintaining social distance or separated by physical barriers. The permit holder was also issued a civil summons for violations of Cleveland Department of Public Health orders.

KK Lucky Enterprises, known as Showcase, Garfield Heights, received an administrative citations for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed the premises open and occupied before midnight. Once inside, agents observed approximately 15 patrons consuming alcoholic beverages.

JDD Enterprises LLC., known as Brathaus, Bowling Green, received citation for improper conduct – disorderly conduct. After receiving a tip from the Bowling Green Police Department, agents visited the location and observed patrons walking throughout the crowd. Numerous patrons were standing in large groups throughout the premises consuming alcoholic beverages. Bar staff did not attempt to enforce social distancing orders.

H P Corporation Inc., known as City Tap / The Attic, Bowling Green, received a citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed several patrons in the bar with one consuming draft beer from a clear glass after 11 p.m.  

Westwood Endeavors LLC., known as Redneck Willy’s, Weston, received a citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed several patrons in the bar consuming alcohol after 11p.m. 

These cases will go before the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for potential penalties, including fines and/or the suspension or revocation of liquor permits.

“When egregious violations are observed, enforcement action is taken,” said OIU Enforcement Commander Eric Wolf. “We all need to continue to work together by following the precautions put in place to make these establishments safe and compliant with the directives.”

The Ohio Investigative Unit is made up of fully-sworn, plainclothes peace officers responsible for enforcing Ohio’s alcohol, tobacco, and food stamp fraud laws. Agents conduct compliance checks to ensure the liquor permit premises are compliant with the Ohio Liquor Control Act. Agents also act on complaints of illegal activity on liquor permit premises. In addition to providing the safety checks associated with the COVID-19 directives, OIU agents continue to perform their normal compliance checks to ensure the liquor permit premises are complying with the Ohio Liquor Control Act.

Toledo ANG Unit Night Flying Training

Area residents may see or hear F-16 fighter jets until about 11:30 p.m. Thursday night.

 

The Ohio Air National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing is scheduled to conduct training flights at night, Thurs., Sept. 17, weather permitting. Area residents may see or hear F-16 fighter jets taking off and landing until about 11:30 p.m. Thursday night.

Training flights normally take place during daylight hours, but F-16 pilots and maintenance personnel are required to conduct night operations as part of their overall readiness training. The 180th Fighter Wing appreciates the continued support from the citizens of Ohio and Michigan as we continue to train in support of our mission.

For updated photos and videos of the 180FW visit: https://www.dvidshub.net/unit/180FWONG

Chowline: Fall Produce

Fall is a great time for apples, peaches, blueberries, in addition to pumpkins….

I know that autumn means pumpkins will be available in abundance, but what other produce is in season in the fall?

You are correct: This is the time of year when you will start to see pumpkins, squash, and gourds—which are all part of the Cucurbitaceae family—for sale in grocery aisles, farmers markets, and farms.

But fall is also a good time to buy grapes, apples, watermelons, potatoes, berries, zucchini, yellow squash, and peaches, among many other seasonal fruits and vegetables. In fact, those are some of the commodities that many grocery stores are now starting to promote heavily at discounted prices in their grocery aisles, according to the Sept. 4 edition of the National Retail Report, a weekly roundup of advertised retail pricing information compiled by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Photo: Getty Images


As mentioned in a previous Chow Line, although improved technology and agricultural innovations mean that consumers can access fresh fruits and vegetables year-round, fruits and vegetables naturally grow in cycles and ripen during a certain season. When ripe, produce is fresher and typically has its best taste. Seasonal fruits and vegetables are also typically cheaper to purchase because they are easier to produce than fruits and vegetables that are grown out of season. 

So how do you know which fruits and vegetables are in season?

One way to find seasonal foods near you is to use an app and website developed by Grace Communications Foundation, a nonprofit organization that advocates for sustainable foods. The app compiles data from the USDA and the Natural Resources Defense Council on over 140 varieties of produce to show users which fruits, vegetables, herbs, and nuts are in season, on a state-by-state basis.

Called the Seasonal Food Guide, the app and website allow users to check which produce is in season in half-month increments in each state. Other sources to check include the USDA Seasonal Produce GuideOhio Farm Bureau and Ohio Proud, among others.

While this is not an all-inclusive list, generally speaking, the following produce, among others, is in season in Ohio in the fall:

  • Apples
  • Beans
  • Beets
  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Broccoli
  • Cabbage
  • Cantaloupe
  • Carrots
  • Cauliflower
  • Collards
  • Cucumbers
  • Eggplant
  • Grapes
  • Kale
  • Onions
  • Peaches
  • Peppers
  • Potatoes
  • Pumpkins
  • Radishes
  • Raspberries
  • Spinach
  • Summer squash
  • Turnips
  • Winter squash

Adding any of these fruits and vegetables to your diet is a good idea. Not only are fruits and veggies naturally low in calories, eating them might help reduce the risks of multiple diseases including high blood pressure, some cancers, and heart disease, experts say.

Chow Line is a service of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and its outreach and research arms, Ohio State University Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. Send questions to Chow Line writer Tracy Turner, 364 W. Lane Ave., Suite B120, Columbus, OH 43201, or turner.490@osu.edu.

Downtown Clean-up Project Cancelled for Saturday

We will try again in the spring if we can get enough people to help.”

 

Party in the Park Meeting TONIGHT!

Please come – IN PERSON Tonight, Thurs., Sept. 10 2020 at 6:15 pm.


Update:

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE COUNCIL
COMMUNITY WORKSHOP MEETING
Thursday, September 10, 2020

6:15 PM

The Bridge Church – Fellowship Hall
123 E. Broadway Street

AGENDA

I. Welcome and opening remarks
II. “Party in the Park” event – scheduled for October 10, 2020
III. Adjournment
__________________________

 

Please come – IN PERSON Tonight, Thurs., Sept. 10 2020 at 6:15 pm.

The meeting will be about the Oct. 10th, 2020 Party in the Park.

The meeting is at the Bridge Chuch Fellowship Hall on the SW corner of 123 East Broadway and North Tarr. St.

This is a community event: we hope to have the concession trailers and a 50s type band to provide music and such.

All who have ideas, or would like to volunteer please come to this meeting!

 

TODAY 7 pm! ONE Day only “HARD KILL”! at the Theater

Action/Thriller starring Bruce Willis and Jesse Metcalfe. The work of a billionaire tech titan is so valuable that he hires mercenaries lead by an ex-Marine to protect it.

Reminder to all that we have a one day showing at the Virginia Theater in Downtown North Baltimore!

SUPPORT OUR LOCAL THEATER!!!

Wednesday, September 9

Showtime 7 pm

Hard Kill (2020)

 
 
HARD KILL – Action/Thriller starring Bruce Willis and Jesse Metcalfe. The work of a billionaire tech titan is so valuable that he hires mercenaries lead by an ex-Marine to protect it. When his daughter is kidnapped by a terrorist group in order to get it, the team of mercenaries must go on the offensive to not only save his daughter but also stop a world-changing computer program from being triggered.
 
Here is a link to the trailer:

180th Night Flying This Week

… F-16 pilots and maintenance personnel are required to conduct night operations as part of their overall readiness training.

The Ohio Air National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing is scheduled to conduct training flights at night, beginning Tues., Sept. 8 through Thurs., Sept. 10, weather permitting. Area residents may see or hear F-16 fighter jets taking off and landing until about 11:00 p.m. this week.

Training flights normally take place during daylight hours, but F-16 pilots and maintenance personnel are required to conduct night operations as part of their overall readiness training. The 180th Fighter Wing appreciates the continued support from the citizens of Ohio and Michigan as we continue to train in support of our mission.

Capt. Seth Murray, an F-16 pilot with the 180th Fighter Wing, Ohio Air National Guard, prepares for take-off during night flying operations Sept. 15, 2015. Members of the 180FW exercise regularly to ensure we are ready to provide for America; protection of the homeland, effective combat power and National Guard civil authorities. Daily training, conducted in realistic environments under realistic circumstances, ensures our forces maintain the highest levels of proficiency and readiness for worldwide deployment. Air National Guard Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Beth Holliker

For updated photos and videos of the 180FW visit: https://www.dvidshub.net/unit/180FWONG

Party in the Park Meeting Thursday

Party in the Park event to be held on Oct. 10th in the N.B. Village Park

Meeting this Thursday evening, Sept. 10, at 6:30 PM
 
hosted by N.B. Village Council.
 
Topic: Party in the Park event to be held on Oct. 10th in the N.B. Village Park. 
 
Agenda:
 
Welcome & opening 
 
Discussion: Party in the Park
 
Adjournment