Shortly after the storm started Friday night, the Fieldhouse took a big hit.
"We had everyone up in the front lobby area just keeping an eye on what's going on. In the bigger field you could hear the roof rise up and let down, so that's kind of what told us something was going on and so shortly after that we came and checked it out and saw a big piece of the roof missing," said employee Eric Flint.
A crew came to assess the damage Friday evening and discovered almost...
Everyone makes New Year's resolutions but they don't always follow through with them. Now, the Fieldhouse in Zanesville is helping people reach their weight loss goals.
The Fieldhouse will be hosting the annual Southeastern Ohio Best Loser Contest. While people will strive to win the title, the individual, couple or family that loses the highest percentage of body weight will also walk away with more than 5-thousand dollars in incentives. Fieldhouse Fitness Trainer, Alaina Durfee...
One local gym is encouraging everyone to be active.
As a part of the "Field of Dreams" program at the Fieldhouse Family Fitness Center here in Zanesville, children like 8-year-old Cameron Taylor, who had to have part of his leg amputated due to bone cancer, are being given the opportunity to play the sports they love. Owner of the Fieldhouse, Mic Amicone, says physically disabled children deserve the chance to be active just like anyone else.
About 130 local residents are serious about shedding some pounds and signed up to be a part of The Fieldhouse's Best Loser Challenge.
It's been a month, and owner, Mick Amicone, says participant attendance is up from years past.
"Even with the snow, some have shared that they're tired of being snowed in. So, some of them are even figuring out, however, to get here. Getting a ride with someone who's got four-wheel drive, but they're getting here, " says Amicone.