Business Briefs: Greenfield buys again

Business Briefs - Bank will begin fingerprinting customers

Order bans Sunday business for exotic dance club

Photo: Creating the perfect baby sitter

Lexington County family farm churns out collards for New Year's

Prefers plutonium be used as fuel

Pins losses on pro-homosexual stand

Bemoans toll of drugs on youths

Derides S.C. governor as `turncoat'

Deduction time's nearly over

Oglesby: pivotal vote

Look ahead - what goes up must come down

Happy New Year!

Chafes at use of `Army brat' term

Playwright Albee is basking in a new round of accolades

A worldwide rush to put time in a bottle

Exercise can promote sleep, relieve arthritis studies say

Meeting set to find state aid for city

Order may end zoning concerns

Feds may take look at Citadel

Party time

Area players on all-state team

Two escape Columbia County jail

Events herald 1997

Area Briefs - Third man charged in shooting death

Fire kills boy, injures mother

Torched church to be rebuilt

No more fuel rod appeals, Beasley says

Suit filed in teen's death at Hardee's

Flu bugs are biting in Augusta area

Low-power TV stations have friend in Norwood

Report: Georgia growing rapidly

Shelter mismanagement probe nearly complete

Oliver gives his pick for fire chief; board delays vote

Fuel rod appeal denied

Wittke to continue appeals

Volunteers count park's birds

Winning a losing game

Ex-Red Devil will play special role for Army

Aiken partiers leave the champagne behind

AT&T's hires for the year offset fires

Former tree drop-off site in Martinez staying busy

Back to the books

Officials plan goals for year

Miller backs tough laws against family violence

Augusta, Georgia: opinion@ugusta: Defends Army's `unisex' operation 12/31/96

Clintons relax at Hilton Head

Road to No. 1 not clear cut

Two Cowboys under investigation

Richmond beats Beach in Sugar

Chadwick stepping up for Bulldogs in Hawaii

Clemson sharp against Marshall

Mike Berardino - Big bowls bring bevy of guesses

Morris sends Tech on its way

Georgia knocking on door

Panthers lone home underdog

Jaguars really getting kicks

Furman offers an enriching environment

Evita debuts in Augusta

Price was reason for good PC season

Encryption program offers security

Test-driving that new computer

CD-ROM review

Internet can help steel resolve

Commerce Dept. sets new rules on export of encryption software


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