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The Minneapolis City Council narrowed its choices down to two downtown Minneapolis sites for the potential location of a new baseball stadium, according to Jay Weiner in the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE.
One day after South Boston politicians expressed that residential traffic was their main fear of a proposed new Patriots stadium, backers of the project commissioned a study to show that game-day traf
The Braves will release the name and logo of their new ballpark today, which is expected to refer to team Owner Ted Turner. The ballpark''s red, blue and yellow logo was designed by David Ashton & Co.
The failure of the Mariners and King County''s Public Facilities District to agree on a 20-year lease for a new ballpark threatens to delay the ''99 opening of the stadium and "could jeopardize financ
The Magic are looking to play exhibition games in Tampa''s Ice Palace next year and could move some regular season games there in the future, according to Henderson & Fay in the TAMPA TRIBUNE. With th
In a "marked change", King County Exec and Gov-elect Gary Locke, pledged to help prospective Seahawks buyer Paul Allen with public financing for a new stadium, according to David Schaefer in the SEATT
In Houston, Harris County officials have scheduled a "town meeting" next week to give the public an open forum in which to question them about various sports stadium proposals being considered (HOUSTO
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft tried unsuccessfully yesterday to persuade South Boston politicians to drop their opposition to plans for a new stadium in the area, according to David Halbfinger of the BO
A letter from the NBA to the City of Denver detailing "deficiencies" at McNichols Arena was an attempt by the league "to disarm the most powerful weapon the city has in its ongoing negotiations over a
San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown wants to use money from parking tickets to help relocate a maintenance yard currently on the site of a new Giants ballpark, according to Matier & Ross of the S.F. CHRO