Seahawks To Add 1,000 Seats To CenturyLink Field Progressive Field Renovations On Track Will Publicly Owned Stadium Deter Kroenke? Poll Shows Support For New Bills Stadium Chargers Deny Reports Of Planned L.A. Stadium Bulls, Blackhawks To Build Office Complex Mayor Backs Blackhawks' Proposed Practice Facility Margaret Court Arena Draws Rave Reviews Facility Notes Mets To Install Upgraded Center-Field Scoreboard
Upcoming Conferences and Events
Published January 5, 1998
Cleveland Mayor Michael White rejected bids for electric work on the new Browns stadium, when they "came in $9 million higher than expected." In Akron, David Adams wrote the rejection "is a strong signal of the city's intent to hold down costs" (BEACON JOURNAL, 12/25)....In Dallas, a new pro-arena TV spot features Southwest Airlines Chair Herb Kelleher. Southwest has contributed $2,500 to the campaign for a new arena (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 1/5)....In Cincinnati, the Reds "are focusing on a renovated Cinergy Field instead of a new stadium" (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 12/31).