Eatery promoted in brochure closes

Immigrant worked his way up

Local unemployment unchanged

Compaq warns that flat first-quarter sales wiped out profits

Specialist: Companies must market to minorities to survive

Manufacturing lapses hurt Martin Color-Fi

Diaper company introduces disposable swim pants

New store ready for business

CAI backs off takeover attempt

Business briefs

Company reluctantly recalls child seat

Business briefs

Georgia Lottery drawings held

House slashes prison education funding

Georgia Lottery drawings held

Agencies brace for decreased funds

Officials examine agency

Helping hands

Board debates removing tree

House approves spending plan

Board to receive MCG review

Airport may pay airlines

Commissioner says he won't run again

Waste transfer plan draws controversy

Raise sparks anger

Web site receives nomination

James Brown plans pair of celebrations

Medical proposal rejected

Museum to buy 17 of Wyeth's works

Local and area briefs

Museum supporter

Local and area briefs

Honored for service

Top horse trainer sells local facility

Chicken cookout

Grammar can cause confusion

Educator speaks to top students about teaching

Special section voted among top 10 in country

Board says no to church

Missing angler's body found in river

Snake charmer

Heavy rains postponing lock repairs

House votes to pay sales tax revenues

Old murders never closed

Board orders report on school president

Agencies expecting cuts in United Way funding

Moscow Ballet visit source of contention

Gala at the museum

Beetle on display

Review panel: Bad idea 030698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Warns of track meet schedule conflict 030698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Georgia's teachers in test flap 030698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Asks daily prayers for law officers 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Let people vote 030698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reflects on execution, civil rights 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Texas execution of Tucker 030698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Back bail bond standards 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes ombudsman programs for care 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seeks compassion for family of victim 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Greenbrier team's shaved heads 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Dream over for Pacers

Bobby Labonte the man to beat at Primestar 500

Falcons get busy by signing Zeier, Robinson

Park seriously injured during practice run

Saints ship Eric Allen to Raiders

Special section voted among top 10 in country

Moore paces Aiken playoff win

Wardlaw girls, boys up for titles

Region 3-AAAA semis promise excitment

Georgia's Jirsa outcoached again

Grant's surprises never cease

Casey Martin: golfer with a ticket to ride

Tigers rally to beat Deacons

North Augusta moves on to quarterfinals

Tech, Tigers hope for wins to get NCAAs

Pontiacs strong in qualifying

Martinez closer to being Braves' No. 5 starter

Josey motivated to win state title

Warriors, Sprewell ponder future

Georgia wins at foul line

Strange resurrected at Doral

Cox may get new contract 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Big-screen faith

Musical roots are extensive for TNN host

Inspections can head off problems

Students will be trying to stomp competition

It'll be wild

Club calendar

Concert watch

Orthodox pirate radios become major recruiting tools

Globetrotters coming to town

Movie notes

Garden calendar

Video watch

Garden show celebrates 20th century in flowers

Concert reunites talented friends

Jesus wants us to ask for guidance

'The Big Lebowski' bowls along humorously

Church bulletin

FBI charges 14 with Internet gambling conspiracy

Lawmakers criticize nonprofit's big pay

Clinton officially names first female shuttle commander

'Math Detective' expanded for PC, Mac platforms

Lawsuit tries to block Yellowstone`bio-prospecting'

Clinton officially names first female shuttle commander

Doctors remove 85-pound tumor

Robot detects water on moon

New carnivorous dinosaur discovered

AIDS rates among Indians, Alaska natives mirror white rates

Consumers still buying computers despite Intel warning

El Nino a valuable Lab for scientists

Hawking offers view of science in the 21st century