- Houston Couple Debuts Bootcamp for LGBTQ Community
by Courtney Cameron December 2017
Last month, Karen Morgan — full-time volleyball director at St. John’s School in Houston, Texas — debuted the city’s latest community fitness offering, BK Bootcamp.
- Field Manager Takes Spotlight at Big Ten Title Game
by Jason Scott December 2017
Nobody expects the hero of a college football conference championship game to not be wearing a uniform, but that’s exactly the scenario that played out during Saturday’s Big Ten Conference Championship game between Ohio State and Wisconsin.
- State Parks to Receive Universal Playgrounds
by Joan Gralla December 2017
Two state parks in Suffolk County will get modern playgrounds with special sections for the disabled and children of different ages, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Thursday.
- Milwaukee Schools to Get Playground Upgrades
by Annysa Johnson November 2017
As neighborhood parks go, the Columbia playfield on Milwaukee's north side isn't particularly inviting. A 2-acre fenced lot in one of the city's poorest neighborhoods, it is a sea of mostly patched asphalt with a few swings, two overused basketball courts and a weathered playset. But that's about to change. Columbia and three other playfields operated by Milwaukee Public Schools are in line for major makeovers beginning next fall in the first phase of a multimillion-dollar plan by the district to upgrade its outdoor facilities over the next decade or more.
- New Park Planned Outside Spring Training Stadium
by Joe Capozzi November 2017
A new city park at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches is expected to open during spring training — about a year late. The 12-acre park will be called Lincoln Park, a tribute to a now-defunct Negro Leagues field in the north end of the city that in the 1940 and '50s hosted Jackie Robinson, Josh Gibson and other stars.
- How LED is Transforming the Industry
by AB Staff November 2017
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- UConn Approves $60M for Trio of New Stadiums
by Andy Berg November 2017
The University of Connecticut board of trustees has approved a $60 million proposal for new baseball, softball and soccer stadiums.
- 2017 Excellence in Youth Sports Award Winner: National Trail Parks and Rec
by AB Staff November 2017
At the National Trail Parks and Recreation District in Springfield, Ohio, the staff conducts its youth sports programs with a Kids First philosophy.
- Community Unites to Build Jogging Trail, Fitness Stations
by Jennifer Bardoner November 2017
With help from the Kiwanis Club of Chattanooga and The Howard School's Key Club, the school now has 14 fitness stations and a 1.5-mile trail surrounding its athletic fields.
- 2017 Excellence in Youth Sports Award Winner: City of Henderson, Parks and Rec Dep.
by AB Staff October 2017
When it comes to providing high-quality youth sports programs that kids will remember for a lifetime, the City of Henderson, Public Works, Parks and Recreation Department Sports Section in Nevada does it as well as anyone.