The future of the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam is not set in stone, but a recently announced decision by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which was promptly answered by a lawsuit from the state of South Carolina, has public officials and stakeholders gearing up for battle.
North Augusta City Council approved a contract for the construction of the Riverside Village park, but the decision to award the contract was not unanimous.
North Augusta City Council will meet Monday to again discuss and consider a contract for the construction of a park in Riverside Village.
North Augusta City Council gave the go-ahead to purchase an alternate property on which to locate Public Safety facilities on Monday evening.
A South Carolina-based real estate company has acquired Ironwood Apartments in North Augusta, according to a press release.
North Augusta's downtown has recently blossomed with the development of Riverside Village, and the downtown area is on the minds of both the city and North Augusta Forward, a local nonprofit.
NORTH AUGUSTA — North Augusta City Council gave its final approval Monday in order to rezone much of Riverside Village from Planned Development to Downtown zoning.
North Augusta City Council members are set to make the final decision on whether or not Riverside Village will be rezoned as downtown during their meeting on Monday.
A new restaurant is planning to open in North Augusta in the near future, adding more options for people headed to Riverside Village.
After hearing from a handful of residents, North Augusta Planning Commission voted down a motion to recommend a text amendment to the Development Code during their meeting Thursday night.
North Augustans could see some resurfacing of parts of the Greeneway soon, according to the North Augusta City Council agenda.
Golf is the main event for Masters Week, but Friday, local music fans and tournament-goers from all over came together at SRP Park for Augusta at Night.
Seven miles from the Augusta National, the city of North Augusta offers plenty for Masters visitors in the CSRA and reaps some benefits from the tourism, too.
North Augusta’s newest restaurant opened its doors Friday. Southbound Smokehouse, located in SRP Park in Riverside Village, is “where classic southern barbecue meets friendly neighborhood cantina,” according to their website.
NORTH AUGUSTA — People living in or traveling to North Augusta have a new way to enjoy downtown and the sights along the Savannah River: the River Rock Pedicab.
“Live, work, play” is the mantra for Riverside Village, and the Clubhouse apartments add another of the “live” aspects to the development.
Whether or not people visiting Riverside Village will be able to carry alcohol publicly around the area may be decided Monday during North Augusta's City Council meeting.
Crowne Plaza, one of the largest components of Riverside Village, is taking shape and plans are in place for the hotel to open for business in late December. The five-story building is to have 180 “keys” (rooms for lodging) and include a steakhouse-style restaurant (Salt and Marrow) on the b…
North Augusta City Council will receive an update on the financial status of Riverside Village at Hammond’s Ferry during its study session Monday evening.
The North Augusta Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting Friday at SRP Park, the new Augusta GreenJackets stadium in North Augusta, and presented awards to the Citizen, Small Business and Ambassador of the Year.
North Augusta's Crowne Plaza Hotel, set to open by the end of 2018, has a newly named general manager who has previously worked as a general manager in Augusta.
NORTH AUGUSTA — The Augusta GreenJackets had a packed house April 12 for their first-ever game in SRP Park, completing a years-long process of proposing, planning and preparing their home field – the successor to Lake Olmstead Stadium. The official attendance was set at 5,919, and the Lexington Legends got the last laugh on the scoreboard, winning 6-5.
Will home runs hit the 13th Street Bridge? “I can tell you if they do, that person will not be playing here very long,” said Augusta GreenJackets Vice President Tom Denlinger. He said the player is either taking something they’re not supposed to or the wind is in their favor, since it is about 600 feet.
Fans of Jake Owen will be able to see him in North Augusta this May for the first concert at SRP Park, the new Augusta GreenJackets baseball stadium.
North Augusta City Council will be getting an update on Riverside Village, as well as voting to amend the public consumption ordinance and allocate more money for the two new gyms at Riverview Park on Monday.
U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., stopped in North Augusta at the Municipal Building – which he called "the world's most beautiful city hall" – to give an update on his legislative agenda for 2018 during his district-wide tour Wednesday, Jan. 3.
Those wondering when different parts of Riverside Village in North Augusta are opening now have some answers – the City uploaded a construction status update Wednesday morning. City administrator Todd Glover explained the document during Tuesday evenings City Council meeting.
The North Augusta City Council approved a City Code amendment and a quote for downtown signage as well as recognized the city's Rotary Club for two donations Monday night.
City Council met for a special called meeting Monday night to vote on four agenda items related to Riverside Village.
A new website for all things Riverside Village launched Friday, and the logo for the development was unveiled as well.
North Augusta planning commissioners approved three applications Thursday night, including one for the Crowne Plaza hotel that features a rooftop bar.
A pair of agenda items relating to Riverside Village at Hammond's Ferry, including a closed-door discussion about potential tenants, and financial contracts involving solar power are on the agenda for a North Augusta City Council study session planned for Monday.
Two major site plans within Riverside Village at Hammond's Ferry and a new IHOP in North Augusta's commercial center will all be up for review at the next City Planning Commission meeting.
Contaminated soil recently discovered at the Augusta GreenJackets' baseball site isn't turning into the curveball some North Augusta residents may think.
Riverside Village at Hammond's Ferry will be the topic of at least two discussions during a North Augusta study session and City Council meeting scheduled for Monday.
Contaminated soil has been found underground at the Riverside Village at Hammond's Ferry work site, according to information presented during a North Augusta study session.
North Augusta Planning Commission passed three motions to recommend approval of applications to City Council on Thursday.
An update on the progress at Riverside Village followed by measure to reserve about 1 1/2 acres for Greeneway parking will come up for discussion during a pair of meetings Monday night.
New renderings depicting The Clubhouse, an apartment building that will be constructed behind the left-field fence of the Augusta GreenJackets' new baseball stadium in Riverside Village, have been released in North Augusta Planning Commission documents.
Now that construction of North Augusta's new mixed use development is underway, the City is turning its attention to the finer points.
High-end suites are already sold out for the new Augusta GreenJackets stadium, days before the official groundbreaking and months before the first pitch.
Look around in North Augusta, and it's becoming quite clear that Riverside Village at Hammond's Ferry – formerly known as Project Jackson – really is happening.
North Augusta City Council unanimously passed third and final reading Monday on an ordinance to buy back 3 acres of Project Jackson property for $878,000.
North Augusta City Council moved forward with a resolution Monday regarding acceptable developer commitments with Project Jackson's master developer agreement.
Financing has not been finalized for the hotel and senior living center planned for the Project Jackson development in North Augusta, according to City Council documents.
North Augusta City Council received an update on the status of Ballpark Village, the official name for North Augusta's mixed-use development Project Jackson, during a study session Monday.
Now that construction of Project Jackson has commenced, North Augusta commuters will need to find alternate routes around the construction area.
North Augusta City Council is one vote away from approving the Project Jackson master development agreement, though second reading on one aspect of the deal still requires two readings.
North Augusta City Council will have a special called council meeting and study session Tuesday for a revised second reading on items relating to Project Jackson.
North Augusta City Council has called a public hearing and study session to discuss items relating to Project Jackson, a proposed mixed-use development along the Savannah River.
North Augusta City Council could vote as early as Tuesday on whether to spend up to $16 million on a general contractor for Project Jackson, a proposed mixed-use development along the Savannah River.
New details about the baseball stadium component of Project Jackson trickled out during a presentation to North Augusta Chamber of Commerce members.
North Augusta City Council moved forward Monday night with a financing model to help pay for Project Jackson, the city's highly-anticipated mixed-use development.
Roundabouts, golf carts and even boat docks are some of the subtleties associated with the North Augusta Ballpark Village, previously code named Project Jackson.
The people of North Augusta made their voices heard last week in the election. Mayor Lark Jones, who ran unopposed, will once again serve as the city's mayor.
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