North Augusta city officials postponed a public hearing on a funding proposal for a $160 million development that included a new baseball stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets, a decision that ...
Fletcher Dickert and David McGhee, both political newcomers, were elected to North Augusta's City Council on Tuesday. Pat Carpenter was re-elected to a sixth term. Incumbent Arthur Shealy was not ...
The North Augusta City Council voted 5-1 on Tuesday night for a resolution supporting "Project Jackson," a large riverfront development that includes a new stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets.
The recent announcement of a new stadium and town center development just across the 13th Street bridge surprised a lot of people, but not those who have been paying attention to North Augusta's ...
Five stores and one restaurant have received licenses to sell alcohol on Sundays in North Augusta.
A lengthy push by the owners of the Augusta GreenJackets for a new stadium seems to have struck gold, but not in the location many thought.
NORTH AUGUSTA — Officials say the North Augusta riverfront development announced Wednesday faces several challenges. Mayor Lark Jones said “From A to Z, we’re at step C."
After lobbying for years to bring baseball downtown, the Augusta GreenJackets found a likely taker - across the river in North Augusta.
North Augusta City Council passed an economic development agreement that includes a proposal for a Family Y building with a pool.
North Augusta officials say they'll disclose Wednesday the details of "Project Jackson," a proposed major, multi-use riverfront project widely rumored to include a new stadium for the Augusta ...
Permits for Sunday alcohol sales in North Augusta are expected to take a few more weeks.
Despite an early scuffle over operating permits, the splash pad at Summerfield Park in North Augusta is enjoying a resurgence in popularity in the summer heat.
The North Augusta City Council voted 5-2 on Monday night in favor of an ordinance that will allow a referendum on Sunday alcohol sales be placed on the November ballot.
The North Augusta City Council voted Monday to give their citizens the right to vote on the sales of alcohol in restaurants and convenience stores on Sundays in the county general elections on Nov. 6.
Restaurants and liquor stores could be allowed to sell alcohol on Sundays, if an expected ordinance goes forward to place the question before voters this fall.
Mary Dykes, a North Augusta resident for 50 years, says before policy makers make it easier for the community to purchase alcohol, they should consider its impact on young people.
COLUMBIA -- As early as November, North Augusta voters could see a ballot question about whether businesses might sell alcohol on Sunday.
NORTH AUGUSTA — An animated performance by someone costumed as the Statue of Liberty will no longer be allowed on the streets of North Augusta.
North Augusta is set to see a number of improvements at Riverview Park in 2012. Construction began in September and is expected to be finished in the spring.
NORTH AUGUSTA — Todd Glover will be North Augusta's new city administrator, Mayor Lark Jones announced.