Owens Corning downsizing 9% of work force

Entrepreneur eyes funeral homes

Merchants catch casual wave

Metro chamber to hold coffee call

Savannah landmark gets new owners

Credit card interest rates remain high

Casella has fond memories of old office

Business briefs

New tax laws help homeowners

Most office learning informal

Fitzpatrick grew with company

McDonald's hopes cuts not visible

Market responds to crisis

Insurance can trigger estate tax

Enterprise zone program produces mixed results

Battle of Interstate interchanges

Bricks are the best

Feels Columbia traffic fines too lax

Connell graciously declines

Cites some of capitalism's virtues

Wants more school `positives' cited

Loves those Forrest Hills brick roads

Recalls church graduation ceremony

Divide surplus in thirds

Ga. Assembly priorities

A HOPE-ful new year

Defends Arauz's decision to leave

Hails socialism in Cuba, China

C-Span to track Tocqueville to Augusta

Democrats seek to open board

Leader returns to school

Room to dance

Be careful in choosing one's name

Miller appoints longtime friend, aide to position

Local and area briefs

School board keeps leaders, schedule

Tourists still want to see Rock City ads

Healthmaster convictions upheld

Elections to drive session

State must spend $40 million to clear welfare rolls

Biologists repair ecosystem

DOT to finance extension of road

Ceremony honors Confederate officer

Georgia Lottery drawings held

School superintendent decides against running for re-election

New rules endanger house calls

City sets high goals to improve airport

Record warmth hits '97

Year-end award honors employees

SRS chips away at buildings

Officer's memory restored

Pilot at fault in spy plane accident

Georgia Lottery drawings held

Gubernatorial hopeful vows to lower taxes

Fund to help needy gets record donations

Assembly likely to keep elections in mind

Condon organizing debate on gambling

Beasley: No gambling money will be used in budget

Old clubhouse may be torn down

Windstorm tears up property

Local and area briefs

Russell dredge spoils area now delectable for ducks

Pippen returns to Bulls roster

Florida extends Dogs' SEC drought

Little fists pound out victory

Three shoot big for S.C. win

Mo Vaughn claims innocence

Kwan nearly perfect with win

Tiger's run slowed by storm

Smith leads Hawks over Washington

Lipinski has lock on spot

Cookin' for Kids on March 7

Agassi prevails in Aussie tournament

Tech finishes strong to edge Wake

Tests confirm Chinese swimmer caught with growth hormone

Freshman's rebounds fuels Lady Dogs win

ARC whips Swainsboro

ARC whips Josey

Laney upends Westside

LPGA Hall should lighten up

Sports overtime

Duval is one back going for 4th in row

Hawks place Blaylock, Gray on injured list

ARC topples Josey to extend win streak

Callaway to help unveil Jones sculpture

Ina, Dungjen capture pairs title

Monster trucks state their case, loud and clear

Free throws doom Southern

Martin suit boils down to jurisdiction

Knights overpower Truett-McConnell

Strom Thurmond flexes Region 4-AAA muscles

Overtime: A sports wrap-up

Harlem attracts 'spiritual' music tourists

Comics in training

Most popular Christian music

Cathedrals bring gospel music back from past

One singular sensation

Celebrating history and faith

Church bulletin

Augusta art scene more diverse than expected

American church goers getting stingy with donations

'TR' looks at folk hero Roosevelt

Director having run of success

Journalism and the Internet: a new world of information

Frenchman to spend 70 days adrift in solo submarine

Chem-Nuclear wants to ship Nationalist China's radioactive waste

Computer whiz speculates on Apple

American, Russian scientists protest plan to sell rare metal

Internet message lands boy in court

Microsoft asks courts for clarification in case

Astronomers gauge energy of stars

Tracking HIV more reliable by names than codes, CDC says

Microsoft to provide operating system for some TCI digital set-top boxes

Univ. of Wash. eyes Internet 2 role

Sun to put on show in February eclipse

AOL chief: How the Internet can help

Year 2000 problem will cost state $152 million to correct