Most Augusta officials don't view the GreenJackets' decision to move across the river to South Carolina would be a boon for the area as a whole.
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."
Ripken Baseball has an agreement to sell the Augusta GreenJackets to an investment group, a decision in conjunction with moving the team to a proposed development in North Augusta.
After lobbying for years to bring baseball downtown, the Augusta GreenJackets found a likely taker - across the river in North Augusta.
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 ...
Georgia Health Sciences University, Ripken Baseball, Jacoby Development and a host of leaders met about the future of the former Golf Hall of Fame site and other potential developments.
A long-planned meeting Friday between Georgia Health Sciences University officials and those wanting to develop the former Georgia Golf Hall of Fame site could potentially be about more than just ...
City Administrator Fred Russell says plans are in the works on a downtown stadium proposal grander than previously discussed.
A new case study authored by an Augusta State University professor offers Augusta Commission members a framework for deciding whether to build a downtown stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets.
A challenger in the Aberdeen, Md., mayor's race has filed an ethics complaint against Mayor Michael Bennett over Bennett's Oct. 3 visit to Augusta to promote a downtown baseball stadium here.
Representatives from Ripken Baseball Group and the mayor of Aberdeen, Md., spoke out Monday against accusations that have damaged the chances for a new stadium in downtown Augusta.
Involving local tax dollars for a new stadium remains an option, but the dollars won't be coming from the city's general fund, City Administrator Fred Russell said.
Minor league baseball has turned its attention to Dayton, Ohio, this weekend, as the Dayton Dragons celebrate the longest consecutive sellout streak in the history of U.S. professional sports.
After lobbying for years to bring baseball downtown and relocate the Augusta GreenJackets’ home field at a new multipurpose entertainment complex at the downtown riverfront Georgia Golf ...
The Augusta Commission voted 6-3-1 on Tuesday night to develop a "transaction plan" on the proposed stadium-condo complex.
A new stadium for the GreenJackets and rescinding the administrator's "exclusive" authority to recommend candidates for top city jobs are up for debate during Tuesday's regular meeting of the ...
GreenJackets general manager Nick Brown took time to answer a few questions about the state of the team and the stadium situation.
Even though a motion passed Tuesday to ask voters in next year's general election if they want a new downtown baseball stadium, that's not something the Augusta Commission legally can do.
Augusta voters might get to express an opinion next year whether a baseball stadium should be built along the riverfront.
Building a new stadium downtown might cement the Augusta GreenJackets' affiliation with the San Francisco Giants, but many downtown business owners aren't convinced of the plan's wisdom.