• Nardin Academy Plans Two-Story Gym, Fitness Center

    by Jonathan Epstein October 2018

    Plans call for the addition to include a full-size gym, a fitness center, a wellness center, two locker rooms, athletic offices, concessions and a bookstore. The gym will have 11 rows of bleachers to seat 482.

  • New Product Roundup: Lighting | Fitness Equipment | Cryotherapy

    by Courtney Cameron October 2018

    Check out the newest products as seen in the October 2018 issue.

  • Group Seeks to Build Hub for Elite Soccer Players

    by Mick Zawislak October 2018

    The Vernon Hills Soccer Club is seeking a partnership to bring "development academy" status to the village, meaning high-caliber players would not have to leave Lake County to take part in the U.S. Soccer Federation-created program.

  • City Seeks Partner for Indoor Sports Complex

    by Sarah Peters October 2018

    Palm Beach Gardens in Florida is looking for a private partner to design, build and operate a $13.6 million park with seven lighted multipurpose fields, plus playgrounds, walking trails and a splash pad.

  • District Mulls $6.3M Athletic Facility Improvements

    by Doug Graham October 2018

    The Round Lake (Ill.) Area Unit School District 116 board members are considering spending around $6.3 million to improve the district's "subpar" athletic facilities and could make their final decision as soon as this month.

  • Club Seeks to Foster Community Atmosphere

    by Michael Pitman September 2018

    The House of Health, a new business in the Shoppes of Tylersville West, is about community and giving back — lessons owner Christina Shteiwi said she learned from her parents, who died in a car accident in April 2016.

  • New Projects: Butchertown Stadium | Appleton Arena | Legends Aquatic Center

    by Courtney Cameron September 2018

    Breaking Ground

  • Public Meeting for Sports Complex Study Set

    by Doug Graham September 2018

    Gurnee, Ill., residents and local youth sports leaders will have a chance Thursday to give feedback directly to the consultants studying whether the village would be a good place for a new youth sports complex.

  • Prepping the High School Gym for Game Night

    by Paul Steinbach September 2018

    It wasn't all that long ago that a high school gymnasium served primarily as the largest classroom on campus. During the school week, physical education was still a requisite course of study for underclassmen in most regions of the country, and sports practices jockeyed for occupancy after school hours.

  • New Sports Complex Viewed as Community Asset

    by Jonathan Epstein September 2018

    By the end of the fall, Medaille College soccer teams will be playing on a brand-new field in an industrial area near South Buffalo.