• Milwaukee Mayor Says City's Arena Role Could Be TIF

    by DON WALKER, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel March 2015

    Mayor Tom Barrett said Monday the city needs a firm number from the Milwaukee Bucks on what a new arena downtown will cost.

  • Privately Funded $5M Prep Stadium Could Open in 2016

    by Nick Blizzard, Dayton Daily News (Ohio) March 2015

    Miamisburg school district officials have committed to building an athletic complex - estimated to cost about $5 million - that will include a football stadium at Miamisburg High School.

  • Marquette Won't Chip In on New Arena, Prefers Lease

    by Don Walker, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel March 2015

    Marquette University has no plans to contribute to a financing plan for a new downtown Milwaukee arena. Athletic Director Bill Scholl said Friday that the university had had extensive negotiations with Bucks team officials about its role in a new arena.

  • Board Explores $2M High School Stadium Safety Fix

    by Gail Schontzler, Bozeman Daily Chronicle March 2015

    Bozeman School Board trustees voted Monday to make several safety repairs at the high school's football stadium and to start investigating a major upgrade that might cost $2 million.

  • Forum Set for $27M Athletics Overhaul Proposal

    by Jay Rey; News Staff Reporter March 2015

    Taxpayers in the Williamsville Central School District will get their chance Thursday to ask questions and air concerns about a $27 million plan to overhaul the athletic complexes at Williamsville North, South and East high schools.

  • County Approves Funding Plan for $25M Amalie Arena Upgrade

    by MIKE SALINERO Tribune staff March 2015

    The Tampa Bay Lightning announced Wednesday they are adding up to 160 seats to the club level at Amalie Arena, along with new concession stands, remodeled restrooms and a larger outdoor deck.

  • Stadium Progress Delayed Over FEMA Objections

    by Brian Francisco Washington editor March 2015

    FEMA has suspended $5.5 million in hazard mitigation grants for Indiana because it contends that parts of the Kokomo ballpark are being built in a flood-prone area that is supposed to remain open green space.

  • Fenway Park Neighbors Call for Increase in Parking Fines


    Fed-up Fenway neighbors -- tired of scofflaw Red Sox fans stealing their residential spaces -- want to see fines more than doubled to $100 for foul parking around the ballpark.

  • Crew Stadium Announces Naming Rights Deal

    by Adam Jardy, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH March 2015

    After 16 years of trying, team management found a naming-rights partner to the first soccer-specific stadium in the United States.

  • Stadium Shades Repaired After Premature Corrosion

    by JOSH SALMAN March 2015

    A Sarasota company has replaced all of the tarp shading for the seating stands at Ed Smith, after the wiring that holds the shade structure together corroded faster than anticipated.