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Developer ordered to pay Project Jackson critic

...progress on the development for 18 months, with the case winding its way through the appeals courts and to the South Carolina Supreme Court. The high court sided with the city in June by validating the ordinance being used to finance a planned baseball...

Legal issues in Episcopal split going to SC Supreme Court

CHARLESTON, S.C. - South Carolina's highest court will hear arguments this week in the legal fight stemming from the acrimonious split in the Episcopal Church in eastern South Carolina.

SC Supreme Court reprimands attorney for Graniteville train crash victims

COLUMBIA - The South Carolina Supreme Court has delivered a second scolding to a lawyer who represented Graniteville train victims after a catastrophic derailment nearly 11...

Water park set for North Augusta

...projected investment approaching $200 million, reached the end of an 18-month lawsuit this summer after the South Carolina Supreme Court upheld a funding ordinance challenged by a North Augusta homeowner.The public-private project includes...

SC now pushing back on proposed Palmetto Pipeline

As the would-be builders of the proposed Palmetto Pipeline fight for survival in a Georgia court, South Carolina's top legal office has signaled the project may face unexpected hurdles there.

Augusta attorney faces federal court ban over misappropriated money

...Moses. The judges took action on their own after learning that Moses faces possible disciplinary action by the South Carolina Supreme Court.According to a report filed by the Commission on Law yer Conduct in South Carolina, Moses misappropriated...

Now batting: The private sector

...cleared its legal hurdles, it's time for the private sector to step up to the plate and play ball.The South Carolina Supreme Court's recent decision to uphold the city's use of a special tax district to finance the $183 million "Project...

North Augusta mayor says Project Jackson awaits private investment before ballpark

Even after the South Carolina Supreme Court cleared the way for North Augusta to proceed with a riverfront baseball stadium, the mayor says the development isn't a done...

S.C. Supreme Court upholds validity of ordinance allowing North Augusta to finance the new GreenJackets stadium

The South Carolina Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the validity of a North Augusta ordinance being used to finance a new stadium development for the Augusta GreenJackets...