Facilities: Stadium & Arena
Water Leak Delays Nets-Heat Game at Barclays Center
by Tim Bontemps December 2014
The game was delayed for 30 minutes in the first quarter because of a leak in the roof of the billion-dollar building that caused water to drip onto the court.
2014 College Facility Playoff: Semifinals
by AB Staff December 2014
Voting in this round is now closed. Click here to vote in the championship round.
After more than 35,000 votes were cast in the quarterfinal round, our search for our readers' favorite stadium in college football is down to just four.
Consultants to Help Plan Future of Knoxville Coliseum
by Gerald Witt firstname.lastname@example.org December 2014
City officials want to do something with the Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum, but they don’t know what just yet.
2014 College Facility Playoff: Quarterfinals
by AB Staff December 2014
Voting in this round is now closed. Click here to vote in the semifinal round.
After more than 23,000 votes were cast in round one of the College Facility Playoff, we roll on to the quarterfinals.
Thin Ice: NAHL Game Halted When Crease Deteriorates
by Zach Duncan email@example.com 940-720-3470 December 2014
The Wichita Falls Wildcats were about a period away from a road sweep Saturday night against Rio Grande Valley when a franchise first happened.
Canadian Bridge Staffing Improves Bills Game Commute
by Robert J. McCarthy News STAFF Reporter December 2014
Canadian fans returning home from Sunday's Buffalo Bills game at Ralph Wilson Stadium experienced their smoothest trip all season across the Peace Bridge, prompting fist bumps and high-fives from officials long seeking better efforts from customs officials in Fort Erie, Ont.
Ole Miss Expanding, Upgrading Stadium, Adding Arena
by Staff and wire reports December 2014
Hailing it as a renovated "front door" for the university, Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork on Monday outlined a series of upgrades to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, including an increase in capacity to 64,038 by the start of the 2016 football season.
FAU Not Seeing Return on $70M Stadium Investment
by Jeff Ostrowski, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer December 2014
Retired football legend Howard Schnellenberger strolled the sidelines during Florida Atlantic University's season finale last month, a setting that offered a study in contrasts. There was FAU's $70 million football stadium, a facility so palatial that ESPN will showcase it during the inaugural Boca Raton Bowl this month. Then there was the sea of empty blue seats, a stark reminder that precious few fans care about FAU football.
Braves' Park-and-Ride Plan Concerns Mall Owners
by Dan Klepal; Staff December 2014
Owners of the Cumberland Mall are concerned that the Atlanta Braves' parking plan for the new stadium will include fans hijacking some of the 5,600 parking spaces at the mall, then riding a circulator bus to the ballpark.
Disappointed by Rink Finances, Council Keeps Up Support
by SCOTT TAYLOR, Staff Writer December 2014
Mayor Jonathan LaBonte reiterated his support for the city's dual-rink ice arena Monday night, despite some disappointing financial forecasts.