• Hamburg Moves Toward $25M Sports Complex

    by Barbara O'Brien May 2016

    A 43-minute debate Monday night was the first public discussion that Hamburg Town Board members have had on an agreement with a Toronto developer for a multisport facility that could cost more than $25 million.

  • YMCA to Offer All-Girls Tackle Football League

    by Federico Martinez May 2016

    San Angelo area girls in grades 3-6 can begin signing up for the YMCA’s new all-girls tackle football league that begins in September. The deadline to register is Aug. 19.

  • City, Y Enter Negotiations Amid Parks and Rec Dispute

    by Will Garbe May 2016

    The YMCA of Greater Dayton's top executive says the organization would likely have to cut services if Huber Heights city council pulls out of its contract designating the nonprofit as the city's parks and recreation department.

  • Maine Rec Center Getting Refurbished Gym

    by Matthew Daigle May 2016

    The River Valley Recreation Center plans to refurbish the gym floor and replace the wooden bleachers, Activity Director Justeen LaPointe said.

  • Board Approves $18.3M Ice Rink Facility Plan

    by Telegram & Gazette Staff May 2016

    The Worcester Planning Board Wednesday night unanimously approved plans for the $18.3 million project, which will include construction of two full-size hockey rinks, locker rooms and about 38,000 square feet of retail space.

  • $150M Referendum for Athletic Complex Heads to Vote

    by Erin Adler May 2016

    On May 24, the Prior Lake-Savage school district will ask voters to approve a $150 million referendum question — the largest tax request in district history — to accommodate the district's growing enrollment. Passing the proposal would approve a $129 million bond for a new elementary school and alternative learning center; additions to every school, including 89 new classrooms; and a $15 million athletic complex including six gyms. A technology levy, at $2.125 million annually over 10 years, would maintain and expand the district's devices, software, hardware and security systems, freeing up operating budget money to run the schools.

  • How to Make the Most of Facility Site Visits

    by Paul Steinbach May 2016

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

  • Officials Approve $18.5M UT-Chattanooga Facility

    by Andy Sher May 2016

    State officials have given UTC the go-ahead to begin pre-planning an $18.5 million football/athletic training facility. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga project breezed through the five-member State Building Commission last week on a unanimous vote with little comment.

  • New Projects: Green Bay YMCA | SMU Aquatics Center | Garth Pleasant Arena

    by Emily Attwood May 2016

    This article appeared in the May 2016 issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • Renovations Underway at Husson University Sports Complex

    by Larry Mahoney May 2016

    Husson University's Winkin Sports Complex in Bangor has started its renovation. Work began this week to replace the 14-year-old FieldTurf surface with new FieldTurf. The completion date is early July.