When Arizona State hired Graham Winkworth as soccer coach in 2016 and Tim McCormack as lacrosse coach in 2019, both were promised that facilities upgrades for their teams were coming. Once Karsten Golf Course closed in May 2019 and that land cleared for Novus Innovation Corridor development, ASU athletics could
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Recreation Centers of Sun City West spent the summer doing plenty of capital and maintenance projects. From resurfacing tennis courts to laying carpet, RCSCW workers were busy despite many facilities being shuttered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. RCSCW Projects Manager Russ Boston explained the difference between capital and
NEW PORT RICHEY, FL — A member of Pasco County Fire Rescue has tested positive for the coronavirus. This is the first Pasco County government employee to test positive. The team member began experiencing symptoms consistent with the coronavirus on April 4 while at work, and was sent home. The