• Honda Center's Video Board to Quadruple in Size

    by Art Marroquin, Staff Writer February 2015

    The final buzzer is about to sound for the Honda Center's aging scoreboard.

  • West Palm Beach OKs Shared Spring Training Facility

    by Joe Capozzi, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer February 2015

    The Washington Nationals and Houston Astros took another big step Monday night toward moving their spring training operations to West Palm Beach, winning conceptual approval from the city for a shared stadium south of 45th Street.

  • Georgia Supreme Court to Hear Braves Stadium Issue

    by Dan Klepal, Staff February 2015

    The Georgia Supreme Court today will hear arguments against Cobb County's plan to issue up to $397 million in bonds for the public financing of the new Atlanta Braves stadium.

  • It May Take Stadium Upgrade to Keep Jays in Spring

    by STEVEN GIRARDI Tribune staff February 2015

    Since their inception in 1977, the Blue Jays have made Dunedin their spring training home. And, subsequently, thousands of Ontario residents have made it their vacation home.

  • Builder Tallies Cost of New Atlanta Braves Stadium

    by Dan Klepal, Tim Tucker; Staff February 2015

    Strip away money for the lawyers, architects, land and other "soft" costs, and the new Atlanta Braves stadium is expected to cost between $476 million and $500 million.

  • Region Split on Who Should Pay for Bills Stadium

    by Jerry Zremski, News Washington Bureau Chief February 2015

    Erie County voters find themselves split over whether they should bear part of the cost burden for a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills.

  • LED Lighting Will Set Mood in New Vikings Stadium

    by Jessica Lee, Star Tribune January 2015

    An LED system will illuminate the field inside the new Minnesota Vikings stadium, officials announced Wednesday. The lights, from New York-based Ephesus Lighting, have color-tuning technology and lower energy needs than traditional lighting.

  • TV Revenue Makes Arena 'Jock Tax' Plan Possible

    by DON WALKER, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Staff, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel January 2015

    The linchpin to to help build a new, multipurpose arena in downtown Milwaukee is last year's agreement between the National Basketball Association and Turner Broadcasting and the Walt Disney Co., which owns ABC and ESPN.

  • Group Seeks to Overturn Public Purchase of Arena

    by The Columbus Dispatch January 2015

    The Columbus Coalition for Responsive Government has made its mission clear: It wants to overturn the public purchase of Nationwide Arena.

  • Patriots Sponsor to Open New Pavilion at Gillette

    by From staff reports January 2015

    Maine-based Cross Insurance is deepening its ties with the New England Patriots with a new pavilion to be opened this summer at the NFL team's home in Foxborough, Massachusetts.