RECENT ARTICLES
  • No Changes to Falcons Stadium After HOK Acquires 360

    by Tim Tucker; Staff January 2015

    Global architecture firm HOK announced Tuesday that it has completed the acquisition of Kansas City-based 360 Architecture, which has drawn much attention for its design of the retractable-roof Atlanta stadium slated to open in 2017.

  • Police Protect Ohio Stadium After Historic CFP Victory

    by Dennis Van Milligen January 2015

    Ohio State students and fans flooded the streets of Columbus last night after the Buckeyes' historic 42-20 victory over the University of Oregon in the first College Football Playoff Championship. As of this morning, a total of 89 fires had been reportedly set in trash cans and dumpster, prompting police to reportedly use pepper spray and other tactics to manage the escalating situation.

  • Booster Donation Helps Fund Scoreboard Replacement

    by JONATHAN SCHOLLES January 2015

    The Dalton School District received a sizable donation from its athletic booster club to replace the scoreboard at McFarren Field, its high school football stadium.

  • Braves Move: Details of Stadium Deal Took Shape in '14

    by Dan Klepal January 2015

    As the new Atlanta Braves stadium continues to rise out of the ground, construction crews will work in 2015 to maintain the tight schedule that will allow the ballpark and much of the private, mixed-use development to open in Cobb County in April 2017.

  • U. of Memphis Supports Chair-Back Upgrade at Stadium

    by Phil Stukenborg stukenborg@commercialappeal.com 901-529-2543 Reporter Kyle Veazey contributed to this story. January 2015

    Athletic director Tom Bowen said Thursday the chair-back seats "would add a great dynamic" for Tiger fans.

  • 'Absolutely Insane': Falcons Face PSL Pricing Backlash

    by Tim Tucker; Staff January 2015

    From talk radio to social media to water-cooler conversation, many Falcons fans lashed out Thursday at the team's prices for personal seat licenses in the new stadium under construction downtown.

  • Vending Changes Adversely Affect Stadium's Financials

    by Timothy Chipp timothy.chipp@reporternews.com 325-676-6776 Twitter: @TimothyChippARN January 2015

    Shotwell Stadium profits suffered a significant hit in 2013-14, according to the latest financial figures released by the Abilene ISD.

  • Want Club Seats at New Falcons Stadium? Got $45K?

    by Tim Tucker; Staff January 2015

    The Atlanta Falcons will seek as much as $45,000 from fans for personal seat licenses in the new stadium under construction downtown, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has learned.

  • WWE Promoter Tabbed to Run New Vikings Stadium

    by Rochelle Olson, Staff Writer, Star Tribune January 2015

    A wrestling promoter and executive from New York City was named Tuesday as the new general manager responsible for managing the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.

  • L.A. Stadium Plans Could Sink 'Field' Near Staples Center

    by Vincent Bonsignore January 2015

    There is no doubt the St. Louis Rams' announcement that they are joining forces with Hollywood Park developers to build an 80,000- seat football stadium could be a punishing blow to AEG's grand plan to build Farmers Field adjacent to Staples Center.