• Sports Tourism Drawing Record Numbers in Florida

    by Laura Layden, Naples Daily News (Florida) April 2015

    Last year, sports tourism drew more than 56,000 visitors to Florida's Collier County - and more than 158,000 to Lee County, not including spring training for the Boston Red Sox and the Minnesota Twins.

  • Rec Director Seeks Input on 'Dream Playground'

    by Barbara O'Brien, News Staff Reporter March 2015

    Whether it's slides, swings or turrets, the Village of Hamburg wants to know what the most popular playground items are.

  • City's Largest Park to Get $20K Outdoor Fitness Area

    by Steven Matthews, Dayton Daily News (Ohio) March 2015

    The city of Fairborn Parks and Recreation Department plans to add an outdoor fitness area to its largest park - a project that will be completed this summer, officials said.

  • Candidate's Stance on Parks: 'We Need to Shed Them'

    by Zach Evans, Evansville Courier & Press (Indiana) March 2015

    Second Ward candidate Steve Davis knows he has a controversial stance, but it’s what he said needs to happen.

  • Spring Lacrosse Program Gaining Interest

    by PAYTON GIBBS March 2015

    Enthusiasm for lacrosse is hitting a groundswell, and some are expressing hope that a spring program will stick.

  • Breaking Down the Math of Event Race Fees

    by Bill Cullins March 2015

    The entry fee cost for cycling, running and multisport events is becoming a hotly debated topic with many people feeling that the cost of entering events is getting too expensive.

  • Were Laws Broken to Bring Down Little League Champs?

    by Mary Mitchell March 2015

    The attorney for Jackie Robinson West Little League said he is being stonewalled in his efforts to find out if someone broke the law while trying to bring down the team.

  • Youth Baseball Model Seeks to Improve on Little League

    by Donny Victory Special to the Times Record News March 2015

    When it comes to youth baseball in Wichita Falls, there is a new player in town — the Texas Youth Baseball Association (TYBA).

  • Group Urges City to Save YMCA That Loses $450K a Year

    by Aaron Besecker; NEWS NIAGARA REPORTER March 2015

    About 30 people came to a city council meeting to ask for help as YMCA Buffalo Niagara moves ahead with plans to shut down the branch.

  • Firefighters Foundation Gives Helmets to Skaters, Bikers

    by Anne Kallas Special to The Star March 2015

    As 13-year-old Cole Howard, of Santa Clarita, talked about how his friend Cody Doolittle died of massive head trauma after flying off his skateboard while not wearing a helmet, Cody’s mother, Rhonda, was moved.