City Administrator Todd Glover has said the city spent about $250,000 fighting the suit.
The city is finalizing negotiations with developers and will be bringing a proposed agreement to the city council in the near future, according to City Administrator Todd Glover.
City council members voted unanimously on first and second readings Monday to renew a temporary $10 million debt service bond that funded the construction of a parking garage for the Medac ...
AIKEN — In a decision that closes a case connected to Project Jackson, a judge has ordered a developer to pay monetary penalties in addition to court costs and attorney’s fees associated with a ...
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.
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.
The South Carolina Supreme Court has agreed to expedite the appeal process for the Project Jackson lawsuit.
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.
North Augusta has asked the South Carolina Supreme Court to take up the Project Jackson lawsuit, urging a quick resolution to an appeal the city says could put the development's future in jeopardy.
The North Augusta homeowner challenging the Project Jackson development has appealed a judge's ruling, according to Aiken County online court records.
A South Carolina judge won't rule this week on the fate of North Augusta's Project Jackson after the plaintiff failed to submit a written proposed order by Thursday.
South Carolina Circuit Judge J. Ernest Kinard Jr. told both parties battling over the validity of a tax district created to fund the $144 million Project Jackson that he won't make a ruling until ...
A lawsuit challenging Project Jackson, a $144 million development that includes a new stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets, is going before South Carolina Circuit Judge Ernest Kinard on Friday.
Monday's vote by the North Augusta City Council will mark the final reading to approve an amended ordinance that will allow the city to create a Tax Increment Financing district to fund the ...
Project Jackson cleared its penultimate hurdle Monday as the North Augusta City Council voted 5-1 to give the amended ordinance second-reading approval.
Project Jackson leaders say there are many steps ahead, casting doubt on the goal of opening a new GreenJackets park for the first day of the 2015 baseball season.
A favorable vote from the Aiken County school board and a win from the Augusta GreenJackets gave Jeff Eiseman and Agon Sports & Entertainment reason to celebrate Tuesday night.
The Aiken County school board will vote Tuesday on a Tax Incremental Finance district needed to fund a proposed North Augusta riverfront development.
Hoping to salvage a plan for a $150 million development on the North Augusta riverfront, city officials offered a new financial model to the Aiken County school board Tuesday.