Top honor

Credit card borrowing down, but spending still strong

AGL hoping to keep name

Motorola finds bigger is not always better, looks to reorganize

Labor protest in Puerto Rico trails off into picketing

Cuban minister says economy on track despite sugar woes, U.S. embargo

Business briefs

Inflation bonds introduced

Banking group: Asian crisis will lower world trade

Power competition could raise prices say consumer groups

Dow Corning agrees to pay $3.2 billion to settle breast implant claims

No end to GM strike in sight

Motorola earnings drops

Progress reported in GM strike talks

Magic's score: Business up, TV down

Bankruptcy menaces Japan businesses

Broader market foreseen

Business briefs

GMAC extending leases

Apartment giant to buy Merry Land

Characters at Paris park go on strike

Banks said to be hooking credit customers while pushing tough bill

Shareholders claim merger lies led to lost money

Parents frustrated by unsolved killing

SRS, Alabama vying for tritium site

Local and area briefs

Cellular phone bill charge goes to improvements on 911

Grinder helps recycle debris

Officials reinstate water ban

Facilities vital, says PAC chief

Augusta ranks hottest

Reporter almost met his old hero

Thirsty tree

Judge candidates cite service

Area's humane societies divided

Landfill still open despite low revenue

Garbage left in building

University employees to see hike

Officials reinstate water ban

Jury acquits man on murder charge

Farmers losing crops to Georgia droughts

Reserves to relieve troubles

Party opposes building plans on jail, annex

Secretary of State candidates focus on helping out businesses

Aiken County jail probe continues

Bowers stresses kinship

New management gets final approval

Fire claims goats, shed

Fun in the park

Medicare benefits miss some

Report offers some hope for engineering schools

Residents lament water ban

Parties prepare for labor commissioner primaries

MCG gets new management

Areas get new water rules

Drought has corn crop beyond repair

Georgia regents approve recruiting plan

New water restrictions to take effect

Education board fills vacancies

Local and area briefs

Commission OKs water resolution

Girl goes back to mother

Mrs. Willie Mae Hannah

Mrs. Mary Wynn

Mr. Julian Evans

Mr. William Jopling Sr.

Ms. Dorothy Holley

Mr. H.R. Little Sr.

Mrs. Naomi Hester

Mr. Troupe Harris Jr.

Miss Sarah Yonce

Mr. Larsen Greenway

Mr. Claude Gardner

Mr. Lonnie Hall

Mrs. Ola Reynolds

Mrs. Gladys Davis-Heggs

Mrs. Elsie Brumbeloe

Mrs. Agnes Lunsford

Mrs. Fannie Johnson

Mrs. Annie Gilbert

Mr. William Hurt

Mrs. Annie Powell

Mrs. Adell Nelson

Mrs. Gladys Knight

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Likes GOP 'frontrunner' in House race 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

'An example' 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

Favors Ga. statehouse incumbent 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Decries deterioration of Riverwalk 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits `shameful scuttling' of tobacco bill 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Roy Rogers 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slams billboard; lauds Williams 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts commission over alcohol license 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blast leaders for the water crisis 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says candidate 'unqualified' for Senate 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

For Ga. competition 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says politicians, utilities director must go 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

Protests `harassment' of motorists 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Where's leadership? Where's the mayor? 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

Dangerous ruling 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wonders if 'helpful'candidate is truthful 070998 - The Augusta Chronicle

Tells commissioner 'enough is enough' 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Recalls candidate's exemplary past 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says water system does not keep pace with growth 070898 - The Augusta Chronicle

France favored in Croatia match

Wohlers remains in Richmond

Croats feel they let victory slip away

Carolina signs fourth-round draft pick

Tyson eligible Thursday to ask for his boxing license back

Weiss' All-Star start second to son's visit

Nike Peach Jam schedules play-in games for Saturday

Se Ri Pak: on course for greatness

Braves let loose in cage

Team Who? Replacements picked for NBA

Wohlers remains in Richmond

Weiss' All-Star start second to son's visit

Goodwill's Thompson dreams of home crowds

Post 26 gets ugly win over St. George

France slips into World Cup final

RedStixx slow down Jackets

AL, Coors big winners in Denver

Mize balances parenting with profession

Furniss named player of week

Squared circle no place for Karl Malone

Alomars get a repeat MVP

Struggling Todd Bodine loses ride at ISM Racing

DeBerg ready to compete with rookies

There is never a holiday from shopping

Health calendar

Retirement communities raising vitality

Horse listener breaks with tradition

Season's vegetables take center stage in dishes

After shaking up The New Yorker, Tina Brown resigns


Horse listener breaks with tradition

TV violence is a cause for concern

Retirement communities raising vitality

On the cutting edge

Historial films sit in cold storage

Mushrooms replace meat without sacrificing flavor

Shower? More like a deluge

You can take a tasty trip to the spa via the kitchen

Blacks may be more vulnerable to nicotine addiction

News and notes from the world of food

New AIDS treatment focusing on immune restoration

Newly available progesterone pill targets growing market of baby-boom women

Russia launches first-ever satellite from submarine

Jobs unveils Apple's strategy, new iMac at MacWorld Expo

Hard road ahead before TV reaches digital future

Compaq faces challenges integrating Digital

Yahoo beats Wall Street expectations

Japan quietly building a leading space program

Mir astronaut still feeling the aches and pains of returning to Earth

Apple taking on the Big Apple

Study: AIDS drug found useful in hepatitis B

Two Japanese satellites successfully linkup after rendezvous

NIH advised to listen more to ordinary people

Calves cloned from parts expected in December

Scientists affirm inheritance of Jewish priesthood designation

Scientists discover new dinosaur species

Quiet please

Start of next Mir mission postponed for 10 days

Blacks may be more vulnerable to nicotine addiction

U.S. eases restrictions on encryption exports


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