South Carolina’s Attorney General Alan Wilson weighed in on the fight over the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam, saying the state will go to the Supreme Court if necessary.
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.
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.
Some Riverside Village property owners will be paying a fee as part of their taxes this year, making up the difference between projected and actual revenue.
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 gave the go-ahead to purchase an alternate property on which to locate Public Safety facilities on Monday evening.
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.
North Augusta City Council took the first step in acquiring new land for a park on the city’s north side during their regular meeting Monday evening.
North Augusta City Council – and its two new members – will consider an ordinance on Monday that would bring much of Riverside Village into downtown zoning.
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.
A year ago, North Augusta Mayor Bob Pettit and former Mayor Lark Jones cut the ribbon at SRP Park, opening the stadium before the first game. North Augusta High School and Greenbrier High School's baseball teams faced off that evening, which gave the CSRA the first glimpse of the stadium and…
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.
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.
Those who head to Riverside Village in North Augusta to see a baseball game or have dinner will now be able to finish their drinks outside after City Council passed an amendment to its public consumption ordinance during a sometimes-tense meeting Monday evening.
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.
North Augusta will once again be considering an ordinance that would allow public consumption of alcohol in Riverside Village today.
Friday morning at the North Augusta Chamber of Commerce's regular breakfast meeting, area residents got a glimpse of what the “live” portion of Riverside Village’s “live, work, play” setup looks like.
NORTH AUGUSTA — The almost-ready Crowne Plaza Hotel in Riverside Village is the “new kid on the block,” according to David Sulak, director of sales and marketing.
Area residents got a peek at the Ironwood Apartments on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at a ribbon cutting hosted by the North Augusta Chamber of Commerce.
As construction continues at Riverside Village in North Augusta, Mayor Bob Pettit gave an update on the financial side of the riverfront development.
The new Crowne Plaza hotel in North Augusta is set to be open by the end of this year, and has a recently named sales and marketing director who has worked around the southeast in hotels for decades.
North Augusta City Council met Monday night to vote on issues related to both Parks, Recreation and Tourism, as well as settling construction costs for SRP Park.
North Augusta City Council will be voting on four resolutions Monday evening related to parks and recreation, as well as Riverside Village.
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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