- 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.
- Opinion: Proposed National Park Entry Fee a Shame
by Spokesman Review October 2017
Seventy bucks to visit Mount Rainier or Glacier National Park? Rather than pay that outrageous fee, many families would simply stay home, and that would be a shame.
- National Parks May Begin Charging Entrance Fees
by Amy Joi O'Donoghue October 2017
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is proposing to raise entrance fees at some of the nation's busiest parks, including four in Utah, to help pay for more than $11 billion in growing maintenance projects.
- Family to Open All-Ages Jungle Gym for Fun and Fitness
by Courtney Cameron October 2017
The Bergstroms of Seminole, Fla., are turning a family hobby into a business venture.
- Discarded Needles Plague Boston Playgrounds, Parks
by Meghan Ottolini, Rob Way, Marisa Dellatto, Jonathon Sheley House and Daniel Kam October 2017
Boston has seen a dramatic increase in the number of used hypodermic needles littering the city’s streets and parks, with health officials reporting a stunning 60 percent surge in the sharp hazards collected since last October.
- Duke, Durham Bulls Seek Solution to Unwanted Drones
by Ken Kingery October 2017
To study how an outdoor public space might shoo away unwanted drone aircraft, researchers from Duke University are teaming with the Durham Bulls and the Sarah P. Duke Gardens to develop...