One local and historic theme park went up for auction.
Moxahala Park opened up in 1941 and enjoyed several years of success before closing in 1978. After being closed for 37 years the park tried to reopen this fall and unfortunately only lasted a few weeks. This weekend they held an auction to sell the estate, memorabilia and collectible pieces as well as a few other electronic items.
"Yesterday we had a saleat the estate, it's an estate sell. We had the sale at the house...
If you are a fan of local art, the Zanesville Appalachian Arts Project is holding their annual fundraiser.
The special event has been going on for 9 years now, and all of the dollars go to supporting Z.A.A.P.. We spoke to Gary Graham, a member of the Arts Project, who told us more about what it takes to raise the funds.
"We do this at the same time each year. All the members donate one, two, three, four--whatever number of pieces they're comfortable with, to be auctioned off...
If you're still looking for Christmas tree to put up in your home, you have a chance to bid on hundreds of trees.
The annual Festival of Trees auction preview kicked off on Wednesday at the Zanesville-Muskingum County Welcome Center. Chamber of Commerce President, Tom Poorman, says the annual auction has become a staple in the community.
"The auction provides us about $40,000 every year which we use to operate throughout the year and we put that back into programs...
The 2nd Annual Canvas, Corks and Cookies event is this Saturday, Nov. 2 at the new Fieldhouse Foundation Event Center in the Sunrise Center Plaza. The event, which is open to the public, is the biggest fundraiser for the organization and will feature wine and food tasting, over 150 silent and live auction items and live music.
"We just really want to invite people in, expose them to what the organization is about, ya know, women helping women and in addition to just...
The Zanesville Applachian Arts Project is featuring Susan Stubbins, a retired art educator in the Zanesville City School district who has continued her passion for the arts in her own studio in downtown Zanesville.
"I do mostly collage, mixed media artwork. I work with acrylics, watercolor and papers. A lot of them are handmade or hand decorated by myself," said Stubbins.
Stubbins also donated some of her artwork to Z.A.A.P's annual auction that starts this Friday ay 8:...
Two buildings in downtown Zanesville were up for auction Thursday afternoon.
Both buildings were commercial properties, and were sold in an absolute real estate auction, with no minimum purchase price.
Both were sold to Alice McConnell and her son Rick Houston of Florida. The first building, located at 608 Main Street sold for $6600. Although in need of work, the new owners agree it has a lot to offer with its 12,500 square feet of commercial space.
Zanesville School District's "trash" became many community members "treasure."
The last of three auctions was held at Zanesville High School this past weekend, and community members lined up to see what was up for sale.
"You look at the prices of some of this stuff and you say what you just give it away, and you say well you're just going to throw it in the trash anyway so it was better than to get something out of it than nothing," says Construction...
Pieces of history were on the auction block today and people took everything, maybe even the kitchen sink.
Before it's demolition, Wilson Elementary School held an auction to sell desks, file cabinets and even the sign on the front of the school. Butler Realty and Auction Service was there to handle the sale.
"The large items was the kitchen equipment. We had the opportunity to sell to a couple local schools, we thought that was nice, it was going to stay in the...
A native Zanesville family is the new owner of the Go Kleen Car Wash, located at the corner of Maple Avenue and Taylor Street.
Three bidders showed up at the court-ordered auction Wednesday morning, and the Cordial family walked away with the car wash and a paved lot across the street for $385,000, plus a 10 percent buyers premium.
Auctioneer, Barry Baker, says the building was initially appraised at more than $700,000.