RECENT ARTICLES
  • Baseball Executive Vern Stenman Redefining Success Through Renovation

    by AB Staff April 2016

    This article appeared in the April issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • Vandalism Leads to Security Cameras at Park

    by Leann Eckroth April 2016

    Camera security, costing nearly $2,000, will be installed at Mandan Eagles Park and the universal playground, after vandals caused some $5,000 in damage there in March. The Mandan Park Board Monday awarded the contract to Green Light Systems.

  • Turf Industry Bolsters Defense of Crumb Rubber Safety

    by Paul Steinbach April 2016

    This article appeared in the April issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • Synthetic Turf Renovation Benefits from Good Weather

    by Chris Thomas April 2016

    Knox County Schools’ three-year synthetic turf renovation is off to a fast start, thanks to predominantly good weather and a month free of major construction snags. The pace has been so good that a Phase 1 remodel hasn’t been ruled out for Central High School this summer. “I would say that the prospect of doing Central looks promising right now,” said Will Ferguson, president of Baseline Construction, which was tabbed to install the fields. “But I’m not ready to make a commitment to it.” Powell, Fulton, Bearden and Farragut were the four out of 13 schools under the KCS umbrella chosen for Phase 1 renovations during a December blind draw. Central was moved onto the table as a possibility for this year when “Bearden” twice was drawn out of the hopper during the ordering process.

  • New Projects: FIU Wellness Center | Maryland Event Center | Tiger Stadium

    by Emily Attwood April 2016

    This article appeared in the MONTH issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • Commissioners OK Park Renovation Despite Opposition

    by Adam Wagner April 2016

    Despite opposition from Ocean Ridge Plantation residents, Brunswick County s commissioners on Monday approved an overhaul of Ocean Isle Beach Park. Residents concerns cast a wide range, from lighting to noise to the necessity of the planned four baseball fields.

  • Commissioners Considering Ban on Park Wrongdoers

    by Palm Beach Post Staff Writer April 2016

    Palm Beach County commissioners are set to vote on a plan to issue "trespass" notices to people that would force them to stay out of parks or natural areas or face criminal prosecution.

  • Park Reopens After Month-Long Closure for Oil Cleanup

    by Dana Bartholomew dana.bartholomew@langnews.com @DN_DanaBart on Twitter April 2016

    SoCalGas scoured the playground equipment, workout zones, picnic tables, drinking fountains and any open surfaces at Holleigh Bernson Memorial Park, while replacing the decomposed granite.

  • Community Mulls $12M Tournament Complex

    by Nick Blizzard April 2016

    A multipurpose athletic complex in West Carrollton would be built on 200 acres and hold basketball, lacrosse, soccer, volleyball and winter guard competitions, said Steve Thomas, director of Centerville United Soccer Association Crew SC.

  • Ball Field Closed to Repair Crumbling Wall

    by Telegram & Gazette Staff April 2016

    Bennett Field is closed to public use until further notice because pieces of the badly deteriorating concrete retaining wall along the Gates Lane side of the park have been falling onto the playing field.