Teams, Parents Voice Concerns Over Field Conditions
by Akaya McElveen April 2015
After a long, harsh winter, residents believe playing fields in town are becoming a safety and liability issue that needs to be addressed sooner rather than later.
Park Overhaul Would Cost $113M Over 10 Years
by Eliot Kleinberg, Palm Beach Post April 2015
Palm Beach County's park system is beat up and worn out, County Administrator Bob Weisman and Parks Director Eric Call say.
Smoking Ban Proposal Expanded to Include All Park Facilities
by MATT MURPHY, Daily Mail staff April 2015
Charleston's proposed ban was originally written to apply only to public recreation centers and for smoking, but committee members favored expanding the proposal to cover all parks and recreation facilities and e-cigarettes.
City, County Map 137 Miles of Trails with Google Street View
by Hannah Hunnicutt April 2015
Hikers who want an advance look at Knoxville's Urban Wilderness trails can get their wish, courtesy of Google and city parks officials.
San Francisco Nears Smokeless Tobacco Ban at City Fields, Including Giants' AT&T Park
by Michael Gaio April 2015
San Francisco officials are on the verge of spitting out a rule that would ban smokeless tobacco from ball fields throughout the city, including the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park.
Bicycle Repair Stations Planned for Trails, Parks
by John Reynolds Staff Writer April 2015
Cyclists who have a mechanical problem or a flat tire while riding their bicycle on a local trail will soon have a spot where they can make a quick fix so they can get back on the road.
Park to Honor Boy's Death with Accessible Playground
by Gerald Witt email@example.com 865-342-6357 April 2015
The first development at Lakeshore Park will be a playground in memory of a child who loved baseball but died two days before his first game.
Park's Proposed Improvements Include Figure-8 Track
by CHRIS BUCKLEY April 2015
Over the decades, Mounds Park has been a hub of activity. Now, the city council has big plans for the sprawling park.
Tennis Club's Proposed Move into Park Meets Pushback
by Nick Kotsopoulos April 2015
The Worcester Tennis Club decided last week to work out a partnership with the city so the club can move to the Newton Hill section of Elm Park.
City Considers Ban on Hammocks Hung on Park Trees
by Diane Knich, Post & Courier April 2015
Gina Iacovelli and her friends love trees. On clear, warm spring and summer days, they grab their hammocks and tie them to trees in White Point Garden or Hampton Park. They hang them close together under the leafy canopies so they can talk to each other. But sometimes they simply read, sleep or put on headphones and listen to music. Those times will likely soon fade into the halcyon days of her life in Charleston as a ban on hammocks in public parks makes its way through the city s approval process.