Thursday, January, 17, 2019
Mother Claims Boy Lost Toe at Family Aquatic Center
Aubrea Danks of Farmington, N.M., is suing the city of Bloomfield alleging that her six-year-old son lost a toe in July 2017 at the municipality’s Family Aquatic Center.
Tuesday, January, 15, 2019
Neighbors Question Proposal for Lighted Turf Field
Residents of Radnor, Penn., have voiced concerns about the proposed installation of a new turf field at Delaware County Christian School in the neighboring community of Newton Township.
Monday, January, 14, 2019
City Approves $2.2 Million Inclusive Baseball Facility
Friday, January, 11, 2019
U.S. Army Recruiters Offer Free Fitness Program
The U.S. Army Recruitment Office in Lufkin, Texas, is offering a free-to-the-public weekly fitness program out of its recruitment center in Lufkin Mall. For those looking to get fit in the new year, the boot-camp-style fitness program is a great opportunity to participate in exercises modeled after basic training.
Thursday, January, 10, 2019
NFL Offers Fans a New Viewing Perk: Ask Alexa
The National Football League made its first foray into voice-enabled tech last week when it launched a new skill on Amazon’s Alexa intended to help fans (or would-be fans) better understand the sport.
Wednesday, January, 09, 2019
Rain Delays Construction of High School Sports Complex
Recent rains in Milledgeville, Ga., have complicated working conditions for heavy machinery, resulting in a delay for ongoing renovations to the athletics complex at Baldwin High School.
Tuesday, January, 08, 2019
Chicago Ninja Gym Owners Expand into Elmhurst
It’s been three years since Illinois gym franchise owner Tom Rhomberg recognized an opportunity in the popularization of obstacle courses through TV shows like American Ninja Warrior.
Monday, January, 07, 2019
Proposed Field Tabled by Wetlands Commission
A project pitch by Quinnipiac University of Hamden, Conn., was put on hold after a lengthy meeting with the Hamden Inland Wetlands Commission Wednesday night.
Friday, January, 04, 2019
Minneapolis PD Trials Rowing-Based Fitness Test
The Minneapolis Police Department is taking steps to implement a new physical conditioning test for new recruits.
Thursday, January, 03, 2019
Sixty Battalions Begin Field Testing for the New ACFT
Field testing for the newly developed Army Combat Fitness Test is underway, with roughly 60 battalions chosen from across the active, Reserve and National Guard forces participating.