• Atlantic City Aims to Become Center of Esports

    by Wayne Parry October 2018

    Esports are growing rapidly in popularity around the world, and the New Jersey gambling resort wants to become a major player in the nearly $1 billion global market.

  • Owners Concerned with Chargers' Inability to Draw Fans

    by Matthew Paras October 2018

    The Los Angeles Chargers have struggled to attract a fanbase since relocating from San Diego and the NFL owners are fully aware of the problem. 

  • Town Suggests Old Plant for Bills Stadium

    by Stephen Watson October 2018

    Town of Tonawanda officials have an idea about what could replace Tonawanda Coke: the Buffalo Bills.

  • Sears Will Continue Arena Naming Rights Deal

    by Eric Peterson October 2018

    Hoffman Estates officials say they believe Sears Holding Corp.'s renewal of its naming-rights agreement for the Sears Centre Arena, approved only a week ago, was done in good faith, despite the company's filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday.

  • New Projects: Carmichael Complex | The Shield at 1 Coyote Way | Walter Athletics Center

    by Courtney Cameron October 2018

    Breaking Ground

  • HS Football Stadium to Get New Sound System

    by Emily Crisman October 2018

    The Red Bank (Tenn.) High School football stadium is getting a new sound system thanks to a $17,000 program service grant awarded to the Red Bank Quarterback Club by the Red Bank City Commission.

  • Proposed Islanders Arena Draws Opposition

    by Craig Schneider October 2018

    Sheila Moriarty pushed her blue walker along the sidewalk outside Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y., balancing two cardboard signs protesting the new Islanders arena and sprawling commercial complex planned near there.

  • NFL Ramps Up Super Bowl Planning

    by Tim Tucker October 2018

    A large delegation of NFL staffers and contractors convened in Atlanta for a series of meetings last week as the countdown continues to Super Bowl LIII.

  • Richmond to Sell Beer at Basketball Games

    by John O'Connor October 2018

    The University of Richmond will start selling beer to the general public at men's basketball games this season, the school's vice president and director of athletics, John Hardt, said Wednesday morning, pending approval from the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority.

  • McKinney ISD Stadium to Host DII Title Game

    by Jason Scott October 2018

    McKinney, Texas, will play host to the Division II National Championship game this December.