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Bengals Reach Deal With County To Share Costs Of Paul Brown Stadium Upgrades

04 / 18 / 14

A $16.5M deal between the Bengals and Hamilton County (Ohio) Commissioners will "upgrade Paul Brown Stadium" and "pave the way for the next phase" of The Banks mixed-use riverfront development, according to a front-page piece by Sharon Coolidge of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. The deal marks "what o...

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HOK ASKED TO DRAFT OVERHAUL IN CHICAGO

Chicago Mayor Richard Daley has asked K.C.-based sports architectural firm, HOK, to draft an overhaul plan for Soldier Field similar to what was done for the Gator Bowl, according to in today''s CHICA

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09/20/95
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CAMPAIGN FOR SIN TAX BEGINS IN CLEVELAND

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BUCS MAY NEED HURRY UP OFFENSE OFF THE FIELD

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09/19/95
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09/19/95
FUTURE OF BASEBALL IN THE GRUNGE CITY GOES DOWN TO THE WIRE

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BEARS STADIUM SAGA CONTINUES WITH LATEST PROPOSAL

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A-B SAYS THEY NEVER CONSIDERED CANDLESTICK NAMING RIGHTS

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