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NORTH AUGUSTA — Observant drivers, dog walkers and other travelers around Riverside Village may have caught an unusual sight Friday morning, with SRP Park getting a visit from uniformed highway patrolmen and their vehicles, representing Tennessee, Georgia and the Carolinas.

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Another local player with interests in the Savannah River has filed to intervene in the lawsuit brought against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by the state of South Carolina regarding the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam.

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The Augusta GreenJackets are hiring for the 2020 season and will be holding two job fairs in February.

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.

One of Ridge Spring's most prominent young musicians was a part of Thursday's "team" at SRP Park, adding his voice to the Independence Day festivities.

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’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.

The newest piece of Riverside Village in North Augusta is nearing completion before opening its doors. The 180-room Crowne Plaza Hotel is preparing to welcome its first guests at the beginning of January.

The past year has brought baseball and residents into Riverside Village in North Augusta, but construction is still going on in the “live, work, play” development.

SRP Park, the new Augusta GreenJackets' stadium in North Augusta, is adding to its list of recognitions, as the team announced SRP Park has been named Ballpark Digest's Ballpark of the Year for 2018.


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