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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.

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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.

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…

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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