Bankruptcy Plan for Pittsburgh Soccer Team Approved
by BRIAN BOWLING November 2014
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds professional soccer team and the South Side stadium where it plays will be out of bankruptcy by the end of the year, a federal judge decided Friday.
School District Crunches Numbers for New Scoreboard
by Andrew Atterbury firstname.lastname@example.org 325-659-8381 / @STatterbury November 2014
The San Angelo Independent School District Board of Trustees on Monday discussed the possibility of replacing the stadium’s scoreboard and could approve the measure next week.
Funding for 'City of Champions' Sports Center Debated
by Monica Mendoza November 2014
Proponents of the City for Champions tourism project testified before City Council in attempt to stop a proposal that would ask voters for prior approval of a city-funded sports and events center.
Will Status Quo on Participation Fees Lead to Attrition?
by Steven Matthews November 2014
Tuesday's failure of the Huber Heights school levy means that participation fees - believed to be the highest in the Dayton area - will remain the same for student-athletes in grades 7-12.
College of Charleston Mulls Ending Aquatics Programs
by Staff reports November 2014
College of Charleston athletic officials met with members of the swimming and diving teams on Thursday to inform them that the school is considering eliminating the program after the 2014-2015 season.
Proposed D.C. United MLS Stadium Most Expensive Ever
by Andrew Brandt November 2014
Compared to the $1.2 billion shelled out for the San Francisco 49ers new Levi's Stadium, $286.7 million may seem like a drop in a bucket.
Minneapolis Parks Dept Seeks to Stabilize Budget
by Steve Brandt, Star Tribune November 2014
The Park Board is trying to get the park department on solid financial footing after years of cuts, short-term financial shifts and growing concern that the city's golf operation needs a massive infusion of new money.
New Park Near Vikings Stadium in Jeopardy
by Andrew Brandt August 2014
Plans for "The Yard," an open public park that would sit adjacent to the Vikings' new $1 billion dollar stadium, are in peril.
Allen ISD Spending Millions to Fix Unsafe $60M Stadium
by Michael Gaio July 2014
When Eagle Stadium opened in the Dallas suburb of Allen in August 2012, it was lauded as the best high school football facility in the nation. Today it's a money pit.
Planning and Prioritizing Renovations for Rec Centers
by Zach Bisek July 2014
Many communities across the country are emerging from the recession with new energy, new life and new ideas for their future. While budgets are loosening, recreation organizations are still limited when it comes to undertaking new projects. Construction of a new recreation center is still out of reach for many organizations, but long-desired renovations of an existing facility might be feasible — at least some of them.