• Former Owner Sues Law Firm Over AFL's Collapse

    by JOSE PATINO GIRONA; Tribune staff March 2015

    Robert Nucci, a Tampa orthopedic surgeon, is asking for at least $15 million in damages in the civil lawsuit he filed in Hillsborough County last month against the law firm of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney.

  • Seven Questions to Ask When Staging a Sports Camp

    by Paul Steinbach March 2015

    For insight into the staging of sports camps, Athletic Business looked no further than a couple of companies that do nothing but sports camps — and on a grand scale — in a marketplace in which seemingly everybody and his or her former-college-athlete cousin has launched one.

  • With Y Gone, Worry Over Senior Center's Programming

    by HEATHER RONALDSON,, Wauwatosa Now March 2015

    Milwaukee's Interfaith Older Adult Programs replaced YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee as manager of Hart Park Senior Center after YMCA canceled its contract after 14 years.

  • City Expands Park Alcohol Sales, Lifts Restrictions

    by Katlyn Smith March 2015

    Taking a page from Ravinia, Heritage Park in Wheeling will sell beer and wine at the new performance pavilion, where visitors will bring picnics to concerts and theater productions.

  • Girl Used Sports as Weapon Against Bullying

    by Sam Mellinger, The Kansas City Star March 2015

    KANSAS CITY — One of the toughest 12-year-olds you likely are to know is sitting on a couch in the place that saved her life. Her name is Claire. She lives in Prairie Village, Kansas, with her father, mother, older brother and younger sister.

  • 'Parks and Recreation' Sitcom a Valuable Reminder

    by Evansville Courier & Press (Indiana) March 2015

    For all the shenanigans and silliness that made up the series, "Parks" also showed how a city riddled with socioeconomic issues could change for the better.

  • City Welcomes $22K Donation for Youth Baseball Program

    by Tim Eberly February 2015

    When Norfolk started a youth baseball program geared toward predominantly black communities a decade ago, some children would show up wearing jeans and without baseball gloves.

  • Anti-Bullying Policy Coming to Nashville Parks?

    by Michael Gaio February 2015

    In an effort to align with the city's public school district, Nashville's Metro Parks and Recreation has proposed an anti-bullying policy of its own.

  • First-Year Rec Center Becomes New Community Hub

    by Lauren Donovan, Bismarck Tribune February 2015

    In less than a year, Williston's $76 million rec center has become the hub of the community’s recreational and social life.

  • YMCA Only Bidder in Request to Take Over Senior Center

    by Jakob Rodgers, February 2015

    The YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region could soon take over operation of the Colorado Springs Senior Center, city officials announced Thursday.