RECENT ARTICLES
  • S.C. State Budget Plan Would Cut Men's Basketball

    by jhartsell@postandcourier.com February 2015

    A budget plan proposed by South Carolina State president Thomas Elzey would cut men's basketball, women's softball and women's soccer, and calls for a consideration of change in conference affiliation.

  • Park District to Fund $1M in Water Park, Pool Upgrades

    by AMY R. SISK Bismarck Tribune February 2015

    When kids begin pestering parents to take them to the pool in June, they will have at least two options that look a whole lot different than last summer. Raging Rivers Waterpark in Mandan and Hillside Pool in Bismarck are finishing renovations that promise new and improved play equipment.

  • Variables Raise Utah Football Season Ticket Prices

    by Dirk Facer, Deseret News February 2015

    Utah athletic director Chris Hill doesn't just talk about how open his department is when it comes to a consolidated budget, a mission statement and goals. For transparency, he's had it all printed on cards - for the faculty or whoever wants them.

  • Stadium Funding Plan Stalls in Legislative Committee

    by Matt Dixon; Tribune/Scripps Capital Bureau February 2015

    A panel of Florida lawmakers declined to vote on whether to approve $7 million set aside for improvements to professional sports stadiums.

  • School Board OKs Funding for Turf, Track Resurfacing

    by Robyn Meadows Correspondent February 2015

    Football, track and field, lacrosse, marching band and soccer are just some of the activities that will benefit when Hempfield High School's stadium and track and field get a facelift.

  • Ice Rink Manager Blasts City Council, Predecessors

    by Scott Taylor, Staff Writer February 2015

    Norway Savings Bank Ice Arena General Manager Tim Holden blasted city councilors and previous city management in a recent letter.

  • Georgia AD Wants to 'Get It Right' with Indoor Facility

    by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times Free Press February 2015

    The University of Georgia will have a $30 million indoor practice facility to house future football teams and other athletic teams.

  • Georgia AD: Indoor Practice Facility Could Cost $30M

    by Tim Tucker; Staff February 2015

    Despite the hefty price, Athletic Director Greg McGarity said the UGA Athletic Association is "moving very quickly, as quickly as possible" toward building the facility.

  • City's Rec Department Unified in New $6M Center

    by Barbara O'Brien News Staff Reporter February 2015

    The opening today of the new Community Center in Hamburg, with its Senior Services, Adult Day Care and Recreation, and the opening expected next month of the expanded Hamburg Library, will give residents upscale spots for fitness, nutrition, amusement, diversion, entertainment and learning.

  • Packers to Jack Up Ticket Prices for Sixth Straight Year

    by Tom Silverstein, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) February 2015

    President Mark Murphy says the increases have kept the Packers in the middle of the pack in the NFL in average ticket price.