• Charter Pledges $10K for Park's Accessible Playground

    by Lucas High April 2015

    Charter Communications pledged Wednesday to donate $10,000 toward the construction of a universally accessible playground at Cahill Park.

  • MLS in Minnesota: Finding Stadium Funds No Easy Task

    by MIKE KASZUBA; STAFF WRITER, STAR TRIBUNE (Mpls.-St. Paul) April 2015

    When Bill McGuire announced plans to build a Major League Soccer stadium in downtown Minneapolis, Hennepin County was seen as a possible funding partner.

  • Utah State AD: Stadium Sponsorship Necessary

    by Lya Wodraska The Salt Lake Tribune April 2015

    Utah State's move into the realm of corporate naming rights for its stadium might raise some eyebrows of those who prefer more historical names, but Utah State athletic director Scott Barnes said it was a necessary shift to keep his athletic program competitive with the big leagues.

  • U. of Charleston Academic Center Gets $1M Gift

    by Ryan Quinn, Staff Writer April 2015

    Two longtime donors have given $1 million to the University of Charleston's planned Russell and Martha Wehrle Innovation Center, a sports and academic complex set to begin construction next month.

  • High School Seeks $75K to Upgrade Baseball Facilities

    by Clint Thomas April 2015

    Supporters of Herbert Hoover High School's baseball team are rooting for the Huskies to have a new field on which to play by the first pitch of next season.

  • Gov. Walker Confident of Bucks Arena Financing

    by Don Wallker, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel April 2015

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Monday that he anticipates stakeholders who are trying to get a new downtown Milwaukee arena built will be able to find a viable financing option.

  • Wyoming's Arena Reno Suspended Amid Rising Costs

    by Scott Nulph, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle (Cheyenne) March 2015

    Rising construction costs have taken a toll on the University of Wyoming's plans for Phase II of the reconstruction of the Arena-Auditorium.

  • Bill Would Fund Prep Sports with Pro Ticket Surcharge

    by Scott Alan Salomon, Special to Treasure Coast Newspapers March 2015

    The Florida legislature will take up bills in each chamber that could put more money into the coffers of all high school athletic programs in the state. Bills filed in the House and Senate will seek to impose a surcharge of .25 cents for each ticket purchased to a professional sporting event in the state and that money would be segregated and distributed to high school sports programs.

  • Falcons Have Banked $7.5M in Seat Licenses So Far

    by Tim Tucker; Staff March 2015

    Personal seat licenses, or PSLs, are among the more controversial aspects of the new downtown stadium, which is slated to open in 2017 and is quickly taking shape next to the Georgia Dome.

  • Voters to Decide if Tax Will Finance $22M Parks Project

    by KAREE MAGEE Bismarck Tribune March 2015

    The project includes a new two-rink hockey arena, including gymnastics facilities, a new football and track field, and conversion of a football and track field into ball fields.