North Augusta’s Project Jackson, a proposed $183 million development funded by a public-private partnership, goes before the South Carolina Supreme Court on Tuesday.
With the unveiling of two newly built homes on Wednesday, city leaders and redevelopment partners unveiled Phase I of Twiggs Circle, one of several revitalization projects set in the dilapidated ...
It doesn't have a coffee bar or too many tenants yet, but city leaders heralded the formal reopening Friday of "600 Broad" as a vehicle for change in downtown Augusta.
Symphony Orchestra Augusta selected Anne Catherine Murray as its executive director to lead the music group in the ongoing renovation of the historic Miller Theater.
A new action plan will help Augusta's Urban Redevelopment Agency take "a more active role" in its oversight of millions in bond-funded construction projects.
The South Carolina Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the appeal of North Augusta's Project Jackson development that includes a new ballpark for the Augusta GreenJackets.
Augusta GreenJackets fans could catch a long home run ball from the Savannah River if North Augusta's plans for a riverfront stadium survive litigation pending in South Carolina Supreme Court.
In preparation for an influx of tax dollars earmarked for downtown, Augusta has commissioned a $1.5 million study to create a design scheme for the urban core.
Thirteen goats deployed to eat overgrown grass, weeds and bushes in a subdivision detention pond in August have taken to their job with gusto.
The South Carolina Supreme Court has agreed to expedite the appeal process for the Project Jackson lawsuit.
The Augusta Commission voted 10-0 to use $2.8 million in sales taxes specifically for the Hyde Park relocation effort.
A decades-old issue won't evade Augusta's outgoing mayor and three commissioners at the final meeting of 2014. The agenda features several items related to the beleaguered Hyde Park relocation ...
An investor's fight to maintain ownership of Augusta's Goodale House has been sent to a higher court after the businessman questioned whether a judge could remain impartial.
City commissioners abandoned plans to audit millions spent to relocate residents from Augusta's Hyde Park neighborhood and declined to expand the audit to the entire department.
Chester Wheeler, who oversaw pricey consulting contracts for the Laney-Walker and Bethlehem redevelopment effort and relocation of Hyde Park residents, has resigned.
Behind creeping vines, overgrown trees and asbestos-filled siding, a secret treasure awaited a visionary. Then came three business partners with the willpower to unlock the potential of a historic ...
As bulldozers reduce Augusta's most storied housing project to brick heaps, Lanie Golden longs for the stability her family had living in Cherry Tree Crossing.
Four years in the making, a sidewalk beautification project for most of James Brown Boulevard is coming to fruition.
The newest opponent of North Augusta's Project Jackson doesn't want to see concrete replace trees, animal habitats and a scenic park near the Savannah River.