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Venues that will be affected by the admissions tax range from The Pinhook, to Durham Bulls games, to shows at the Carolina Theatre .
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Akron Symphony Holiday Pops to feature Ken Babby as Guest Conductor
The much awaited Akron Symphony Holiday Pops concert returns to EJ Thomas Hall at the University of Akron on Friday, December 20, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. The conductor for the evening will be Maria Sensi Sellner who will lead the orchestra and chorus in a program featuring holiday favorites such as "We Wish You a Merry Christmas", Merry Christmas, Winter ... (more)
Tygard Resolution Asks Legislature to Allow Ticket Tax at Sulphur Dell
The Metro Council signed off on a new baseball stadium for the Nashville Sounds last week, but Charlie Tygard has one more request.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Holiday Dynamic Duo: Ozzie Cougar and Santa Claus
Trevor Salomon, 9, of Geneva tells Santa what he wants for Christmas while Ozzie the Cougar leans in to listen during the Kane County Cougars second annual holiday event at Fifth Third Ballpark in Geneva Saturday.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Biggest Game Day: Calvary Day, Aquinas play Friday for 1st Ghsa state crown
T he anticipation and excitement surrounding Calvary Day's state championship matchup with Aquinas was evident Thursday as hundreds of Cavalier students, parents and fans were on hand to send the team off as it boarded charter buses headed to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
The Modesto Bee
Silgan can-making plant locks out nearly 100 workers in Modesto
MODESTO A labor dispute at Silgan Containers' Modesto can-making plant on Riverside Drive reportedly has stopped employees from reporting to work today.
Bonding for new ballpark OK'd
The Metropolitan Sports Authority unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday morning signing off on bonding authority for the Nashville Sounds ballpark deal.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
City council: Sharp pencils, open minds
They will need the pencils to make sure that City Manager Stephanie Cutter's budget proposal is lean on spending.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Las Cruces Sun-News
Effort to relocate El Paso Diablos to Joplin, Mo. moves forward
The Joplin City Council voted Monday to have the city staff write a formal deal aimed at relocating the El Paso, Texas, Diablos to Joplin.
Reports: Stars could be close to Biloxi move
Are the Huntsville Stars moving to Mississippi? News of a possible move started swirling on social media late Tuesday afternoon.
Metro expected to approve Sounds deal tonight
Metro Council is slated to make its final vote tonight on a new ballpark for the Nashville Sounds.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
2 proposals preserve Civic Stadium grandstands, 2 honor them
EUGENE, Ore. - Two of the proposals for Eugene Civic Stadium preserve the grandstands.
Pancakes and Prizes: Bowie Baysox Celebrate the Season
Put a little swing in the holiday season by celebrating with the Bowie Baysox at their free holiday open house.
Sounds ballpark deal clears another vote
The Metro Council voted in favor of the city's deal with the Nashville Sounds for a new ballpark Tuesday, NewsChannel 5 reports .
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Austin chosen as Birmingham City Council president
Councilman Johnathan Austin has been elected President of the Birmingham City Council.
Councilman: Sounds need more skin in the game for stadium deal
Metro Councilman Charlie Tygard has proposed to amend the city's deal with the Nashville Sounds for a new ballpark to give another "layer of security to taxpayers," The Tennessean reports .
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Residents express concerns for new ball park at Sulphur Dell
A public meeting on the proposed ball park project at Sulphur Dell brought new insight into plans for the $150 million project, and how it may effect an urban neighborhood.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Bengals : Andy Dalton is a faster runner than Philip Rivers, but Rivers does everything else better than his third-year counterpart.
Honey getting closer to return
Veteran Brandon Wheat Kings goalie Curtis Honey has returned to practice this week after a layoff of nearly a month.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Tussey preps for North Catholic
Tussey Mountain will make its PIAA football postseason debut later this week, but the Titans will be on a level playing field with its opponent where interdistrict playoff experience is concerned.