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Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County's top official and candidate for governor Ed Fitzgerald wants to base a portion of sin tax funding for stadiums and arenas on the performance of Cleveland sports teams. An official in FitzGerald's office says the
May 25, 2014 Steven Shin Steven Shin was a senior at Northwestern University when he was asked a question during a job interview that impacted his future and, on a broader level, that of Progressive Field. In April 2012, Ted Baugh, the Cleveland
Those who choose not to go through the metal detector can elect to be checked by hand-held wands. Later this summer, the walk-through detectors will be added at Gates A and C. MLB ordered teams to have better screening measures in place by Opening
The Browns, Cavaliers, and Indians have poured more than $1 million into a campaign to extend Cleveland's sin tax...AM PDT Mark Duncan/AP Cleveland's professional sports teams have poured more than a million dollars into a fight they're hoping will
April 16, 2014 Bob DiBiasio, who has spent 35 of his 36 years in Major League Baseball as an executive with the Cleveland Indians, drew a huge laugh from a crowded dining room at Progressive Field on Wednesday, April 16, when he told a story about
Cries of "play ball" should be in the air again this summer on the site of League Park, where the Cleveland Indians played in the early 1900s and Babe Ruth hit his 500th career home run. A $6.3 million city-funded project to restore and renovate what'
April 11, 2014 Opponents of the extension of the Cuyahoga County sin tax for downtown's sports facilities say they would like to replace the tax with what they call a Fair Share Facility Fee to pay for debt and improvements to FirstEnergy Stadium,
Major League Baseball's new security initiative, which mandates that hand-held or walk-through detection be in place by 2015, has resulted in teams such as the Cleveland Indians testing the procedures this season.
March 20, 2014 (This story is a revised and corrected version from the original.)Great Lakes Brewing Co. will have an expanded presence at Progressive Field this season...The Cleveland Indians announced additions to their food and beverage lineup on
February 26, 2014 Fan Greg Pennypacker designed this T-shirt that will be given away on Sept. 6 at Progressive Field. With Ketchup as his witness, Lakewood resident Adam Gockowski was sworn in as the first full-time Governor of Brohio on Wednesday,