Defends Shepeard blood facility

Wants total compensation in land deal

Edgefield's new mayor

Return some S.C. cash

Predicts new tune for fund raisers

Correction

Asserts Georgia highways unsafe

Cites benefits of U.S. space program

Rudy meets Rebekah

GOP frustration

District battle almost over

Peloquin threatens to sue Master Health

Poison ivy in full summer swing

Davidson settles lawsuit

A walk in the rain

Georgia lottery winners

Morning ride

Lyndon house to get makeover

Ga. businesses ignoring education warranty plan

Expressway expansion picking up speed

Hospital project still on

Richmond substitute teachers among highest paid

Local and area briefs

Richmond fire officials ask for evaluation extension

Local and area briefs

Savannah slayings remain unsolved

SRS closes waste tank

No tuition increases for Aiken Tech students

Miller calls for review of state employee records

Ware deputies `harvest' almost 500 marijuana plants

Travelers plead guilty to income-tax evasion

Redneck Games

Teen sentenced to life for murdering friend

Holmes tapped to head MCG oversight committee

Lick Fork Lake closed

Miss Augusta pageant to be held Saturday

Georgia Lottery results

Off the wall

Tennis championship begins today

Reeves won't unveil Falcons' surprises just yet

Havlicek recalls Niekro's humble beginnings

Braves notes

Irvan wins Brickyard pole

Delmarva ruins debut for Bullock

ANIMATION (86K) - The Olympic Caldron can be seen in the foreground as explosive to weaken the structure holding up at Fulton County Stadium Saturday, Aug. 2, 1997, in Atlanta. The stadium, home of the Braves from 1966-1996, was imploded to make room for

Chavous has no plans to become wide receiver

Marlins eke out win over Braves

NASCAR's biggest purse

Mize slogs to lead in International

Mike Berardino:New Spurrier finds everything hunky-dory

A booming finale

Running trying luck with Panthers

Chicago's Belle could be trade bait

Couch hopes Wildcats can bounce back

Kendall takes International lead

Braves notes

Marlins win classic duel; fans don't

SEC notes

Conference brings people together in common faith

God can do miracles, if we believe

Consumer groups want caffeine amounts labled

Judges will look for beautiful Sunbursts

Are eggs Ok?

Concert Watch

The Town Tavern will again serve those steaks Augustans remember

Ramblin' Rhodes: Brooks' Augusta concert benefited charity

Club calendar

Donations determine winners

Ebert Review: Spawn

Jack Willliams' song celebrate life's simplicity

`More love than offering'

Church bulletin

Earthly rewards strengthen heavenly faith for Philippine believers

Court OKs hometown concerts for U2

Video watch

New bands have an ally on radio

Treasury reluctantly OKs new quarters

Mr. Frist goes to Washington

Foreign markets boost Martin Color-Fi

GM posts biggest sales gain of year

Musicland stores being renamed Sam Goody as part of turnaround

Clinton basks in 24-year unemployed low

Dramatic slowdown in economy's growth seen as temporary

Further Columbia/HCA indictments appear imminent, federal officials say

Business briefs

Cyburbia: Find this site and you're not a lost cause

It's boys' spatial skills that help them in math

Justice Department approves Microsoft's purchase of WebTV

Colleges to get access to ultrafast government computer

Audit: State needs chief information officer to control computer growth

Getting a job done right

Manning using spare time to become a net surfer

Cellular phones unlikely to trigger heart problems

Government estimates up to 75,000 cancers from bomb tests

NASA regrets rejection of astronaut

Correspondence course enters the computer age

CompuServe testing flat-rate fees

The hate parade