• The Bill: Who's Going to Pay for Buffalo's $1B Stadium?

    by The Buffalo News (New York) January 2015

    Now that a consultant has recommended four locations for a possible new stadium for the Buffalo Bills, a big question leaps out: Who would pay?

  • Community Center to Increase Fees Up to 26 Percent

    by Patrick O'Grady Valley News Correspondent January 2015

    The Claremont City Council on Wednesday night approved a new fee schedule that includes increases in some of the rates for the community center between 6 and 26 percent.

  • Pay Hikes, Bonuses, Buyout Lead to $13M WSU Deficit

    by Jacob Thorpe January 2015

    WSU's revenue rose from $45.7 million in 2013 to about $47.3 million in 2014. However, the spending on WSU sports soared to $59.7 million last year - $10 million more than in 2013.

  • City's Recreation Revenues Increase 16.5 Percent Over '13

    by Aleese Kopf Daily News Staff Writer January 2015

    Palm Beach's recreation department had another lucrative year in 2014, with record earnings at the Par 3 Golf Course and Town Docks.

  • Peripheral Personnel at Sugar Bowl Cost OSU $372K

    by Collin Binkley, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH January 2015

    Along with a 69-member "official party" whose expenses were reimbursed by the Athletic Department, another 55 people traveled to the game using departmental money.

  • Caps on Athletic Fees Likely to Curtail Sports Programs

    by Harry Minium January 2015

    An influential member of the House of Delegates plans to sponsor legislation that would cap student athletics fees, a move that could force major cuts to sports at Old Dominion and Norfolk State universities.

  • Vending Changes Adversely Affect Stadium's Financials

    by Timothy Chipp 325-676-6776 Twitter: @TimothyChippARN January 2015

    Shotwell Stadium profits suffered a significant hit in 2013-14, according to the latest financial figures released by the Abilene ISD.

  • State Rep. Correct: Most Colleges Lose Money on Sports

    by NANCY December 2014

    At the end of his 24-year congressional career, Rep. Jim Moran Jr. is returning to his athletic roots. Moran, D-8th, is the son and namesake of Jim Moran Sr., who played professional football with the Boston Redskins in the mid-1930s.

  • County May Create Revolving Fund for Rec Department

    by Tim Hrenchir, Topeka Capital-Journal (Kansas) December 2014

    The Shawnee County Commission on Monday will consider authorizing the county's parks and recreation department to create a "revolving fund."

  • Virginia Lawmaker Seeks Limits on Student Athletic Fees

    by Staff reports December 2014

    Following recommendations from the state's watchdog agency, Del. M. Kirkland Cox, R-Colonial Heights, said Thursday he will seek limits on the fees students are charged for athletics at Virginia's public universities.