• Tax Levy to Fund 102-Year-Old Ballpark Upgrades

    by John T Martin May 2017

    Now that legislation has passed enabling the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. to create a tax levy for Bosse Field, the school district will spend a year evaluating what the 102-year-old baseball park needs the most.

  • Nevada May Offer Betting Within New Raiders Stadium

    by Jason Scott May 2017

    As the NFL plans for its foray into the world’s most well-known gambling hotspot, the league continues to grapple with how it will operate in Las Vegas while keeping its distance from betting.

  • Pro Facility Renovations Postponed as Sin Tax Runs Dry

    by Karen Farkas May 2017

    The Cleveland Cavaliers, reigning NBA champions, are seeking $32.7 million in infrastructure repairs to 23-year-old Quickens Loans Arena. The Indians and Browns are also seeking renovation funds.

  • Record Rainfall Delays Inglewood Stadium Construction One Year

    by Courtney Cameron May 2017

    Record rainfall in Los Angeles has caused significant construction delays, postponing the opening date of shared Rams/Chargers stadium in Inglewood, Calif., by one year.

  • Vikings' New Practice Facility Impresses

    by Sid Hartman May 2017

    Vikings staff have been touting the impressive nature of their new practice facility and team headquarters, and it's easy to see why. They will have four outdoor practice fields, a 6,000-seat stadium that can expand to 10,000 seats and new administrative offices.

  • Martha’s Vineyard School Officials Choose Grass Fields

    by Courtney Cameron May 2017

    After a year of heated community debate, which drew large crowds in public forums and at least one threatened lawsuit, the Martha’s Vineyard High School Committee has voted unanimously to endorse a proposal to repair the district’s deteriorating athletic fields with natural grass.

  • Fan Dies After Falling Over Railing at Wrigley

    by Paul Steinbach May 2017

    An autopsy is scheduled today for a fan who fell over a railing Tuesday night at Wrigley Field and died Wednesday afternoon.

  • HS Stadium Build Behind, Still Aims for Season

    by Joe Sirera May 2017

    H.M. Kern Corp. of Greensboro, the project's general contractor, must complete the work by Aug. 16 to avoid a $3,000 per day penalty under the terms of its contract with Guilford County Schools.

  • Minor League Stadium Plan Support, Obstacles Remain

    by Telegram & Gazette May 2017

    Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo supports the proposal from the city of Pawtucket and the PawSox to finance a new baseball stadium because the deal seems to “pay for itself.”

  • Paris Hopes New President Can Lure '24 Olympics to City

    by Samuel Petrequin May 2017

    Paris Paris bid leaders want to capitalize on the sense of optimism surrounding new President Emmanuel Macron to beat Los Angeles and secure the Olympic Games in 2024 — not 2028.