The North Baltimore High School Marching Band presents their annual INDOOR presentation of the performances from the 2014 Football Season.
The Virginia Theater has shown movies in North Baltimore for 77 years (July 10, 1937) by projecting light through film onto the silver screen. That method is over! Movie projection has changed from 35 millimeter film to digital projection.
The Virginia Theater needs strong support to help finance the transition from film to digital projection, thus keeping the theater open on Main Street in downtown North Baltimore.
Here is an update for contributions to the campaign from Ralph H. Wolfe:
North Baltimore High School Senior Quarterback Lane Bishop has been nominated for the JJ Huddle.com Player of Week. Here are Lane’s stats for last Friday night vs. Vanlue: the NB QB accounted for 529 yards of offense and seven TDs in a 54-20 win over Vanlue. He completed nine-of-17 passes for 294 yards and three TDs and ran the ball 15 times for 235 yards and four TDs. He also tied a state record for the longest rushing TD with a 99-yard fourth quarter TD run.
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This update addresses a very major change that has happened with TheNBXpress.com. It is a very good change! But, it is something that we are all going to need to get used to dealing with.
For those who visit our site a couple of times per day, everyday, you see the “progress”, the changes and the moves, regularly, sometimes in real time. For those who visit our site every couple of days, or weekly, you sorta notice that something is up and that some things might not be located where they used to be, or something doesn’t work the way it had previously. Or, better yet, you find the is something NEW!
The following is the weekly report concerning construction and maintenance work on state highways within the Ohio Department of Transportation District 1 which includes the counties of Allen, Defiance, Hancock, Hardin, Paulding, Putnam, Van Wert and Wyandot. This report is issued each week beginning in April and continues through November.
After the pilot program is completed in February of next year, the WCHS plans to expand the program to include all of Wood County. Expanding the program will depend largely on the organization’s successful fulfillment of the grant conditions for its pilot program
Ohio EPA administers programs relating to statewide source reduction, recycling, recycling market development, litter prevention and scrap tire recycling projects. Litter prevention, recycling and scrap tire grant applications can be accessed at www.recycleohio.gov.