according to After more than a year of planning and construction, on Monday the 108,000 square foot E.L. Wiegand Fitness Center opened its doors at the University of Nevada.
The E.L. Wiegand fitness center was built on a part of the campus where a parking lot was once located.
With a multitude of different activities and classes available, University President Marc Johnson says the new fitness center doubles the amount of space available for fitness at the campus.
Any remaining costs of the fitness center are being financed through the university and supported by a student fee of $45.00 a semester.
“We’ve learned through studies that a fitness center is one of the top five reasons that students choose a campus, so it’s going to be really important for recruiting and retention of students,” says Johnson.
according to NORTH HAVEN, CT — A North Haven woman is accused of stealing cash and car keys from a fitness center’s locker room and then stealing cash and other items from several vehicles, according to police.
On Feb. 11, North Haven Patrol Officers located a suspicious vehicle parked in a Washington Avenue parking lot.
Officers determined the operator of the suspicious vehicle, Jamie Cacace, 31, of North Haven, had entered the fitness center’s locker room and took several items, according to police.
Police said that during the investigative stop, management from a nearby fitness center reported several thefts had just occurred.
Police said Cacace removed cash and several car keys from the business and then entered three vehicles and took money and other miscellaneous items.
according to Water poured into the Hamburg town fitness center on Route 5, down the stairs and out the back door down to Lake Erie late last month after a water main break at the Town Park.
“Just to fix the main line was $6,413,” Highway Superintendent Tom Best Sr. told the Town Board on Monday night.
“All that water went right into the fitness center, down the stairs pouring out the back door.”
Town Board members told him to submit the bills for repairs to the town supervisor’s office, and they would be treated as emergency capital repairs.
The break was discovered Jan. 30, a Monday, and could have been leaking for two days, he said.
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