Facilities: Stadium & Arena
D.C. Stadium for Redskins May Hinge on Name Change
by Laura Godlewski July 2015
Unless the Washington Redskins get a name change, the team will struggle to get approval from the Obama administration for the construction of a new stadium in Washington, D.C.
Four Boys to Face Charges in Oregon Stadium Fire
by Stuart Goldman July 2015
Four boys between the ages of 10 and 12 will face charges in connection to the fire that destroyed historic Civic Stadium in Eugene, Ore.
Head Injury Caused by Falcons Stadium Scaffolding
by Tyler Estep & John Spink, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution July 2015
A construction worker was being treated for a severe head injury Wednesday after metal scaffolding fell on him at the site of the new Atlanta Falcons stadium, officials said.
Plan Could Remove Public Financing of Bucks Arena
by Jason Stein, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel July 2015
Hours before Wisconsin's budget was set to expire Tuesday, Republican legislative leaders said they had brokered a deal to break the monthlong stalemate over the bill.
Vanderbilt Looks to Build $12M Baseball Facility
by Adam Sparks, The Tennessean July 2015
Vanderbilt will build a new $12 million baseball facility beginning after the 2016 season, pending approval by the university’s Board of Trust.
Historic Baseball Stadium in Oregon Burns Down
by Stuart Goldman June 2015
A renovation to turn historic Civic Stadium in Eugene, Ore., into a home for soccer and children’s sports was scheduled to begin in July. Sadly, that will not happen.
Georgia High Court OKs $397M in Braves Stadium Debt
by Dan Klepal, The Atlanta Journal-Consitution June 2015
It's legal for Cobb County to take on about $397 million in debt for the new Atlanta Braves stadium, the Georgia Supreme Court said Monday in a ruling that found the public financing of SunTrust Park constitutional.
Cost to Taxpayers of Braves Stadium May Drop
by Dan Klepal, Staff June 2015
Cobb County's latest financial projections show taxpayer's annual payments for SunTrust Park construction could be about $3.3 million less than originally thought.
Rose Bowl May Serve as Temporary NFL Stadium
by Vincent Bonsignore, Press - Telegram (Long Beach California) June 2015
A Rose Bowl official confirmed Friday that it has been contacted by the NFL about the possibility of the stadium's potential use as a temporary home for a team or teams if one or more were relocated here for the 2016 season.
Doctor: Unsafe Ballparks Can and Should Be Fixed
by Dr. Adam O. Goldstein, Guest Columnist June 2015
At almost every Major and Minor League Baseball game, one person sustains an injury from a flying object. While this may seem like an accident (like the Fenway fan almost killed), serious injuries happen frequently, pose major threats to spectators and are preventable.