Blueberries, cream cheese and frozen poundcake are used to make Boo Berry Bats Over Blue Moons.Associated PressBerries go batty for Halloween Web posted 10/29/96 Associated Press For a hauntingly delicious Halloween dessert, serve Boo Berry Bats Over Blu

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Help sought on space needs

Course focuses on grant writing

FORT WORTH, Texas - The president of Tandy Corp.'s ailing Computer City unit is out, just five months after he was hired to turn around the chain of computer stores. Matt Howard, 55 resigned Monday for "personal and family reasons," said Louann Blaylock,

Drug use common during school and at parties

COLLEGE NOTES: West Virginia to offer an apology to Miami

Knights linebacker candidate for prestigious prep Heisman

N.Y. to salute champs

Export boom fuels growth in Savannah

Absentee ballots flood in

Cigar chic outstrips industry

Despite popular perception and television plots, a full moon doesn't mean a heavy caseload for police, paramedics, firefighters or physicians Steven Shelton/Staff Full moon fever Despite folklore, lunar phases have little effect on people Web posted 10/2

Georgia maps get OK

Lehman's dream year

Headphones set the pace for many exercisers

New York pays tribute to its heroes

Men arrested after snatching radio-controlled deer

Scare helped teen beat addiction

Perennial Youth winner makes field

Almond reaching for the top

Playing the field

Eagles count on little men

Bum ankle sidelines Staley

Tech has offensive stars back, but defense is key

Experts determine truck that rolled into lake had transmission problems

Paper scam costly for businesses

Lobbies skirt election law

Bobo has uneasy seat

Journey's the thing for Spike Lee

Back to the banks of the St. Johns River

Augusta Trekkies support astronaut

Georgia and South Carolina trail nation in voter turnout

Competing "PC Lites" unveiled to skeptical business community

Eisenhower prepares to help troops

Museum acquires rare plane

NEW YORK - America Online introduced a flat-rate pricing plan for its online computer service today in its most aggressive response to the growing competitive threat of the Internet and rival online services. The nation's largest online service also shook

A tearful Richard Jewell lashes out

Aiken votes to raise water rates


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