Framing the future

OPEC under pressure

Business briefs

Blacks getting more home mortgages but often at high price

Stocks rebound

Economic growth rebounds over the summer

State unemployment rate rises

Will plunging profits stop the stock surge?

Two companies consider industrial park

Wall Street catches its breath

Exxon reportedly in talks to acquire Mobil

Consumer confidence soars

Winfrey, partners forming cable network for women

International Paper buying rival

Stores ready for big day

Businesses to be offered health plan

Russia's talks with IMF for more loans bring no progress

Philip Morris resumes stock buybacks

Oliver withdraws from consideration for Auburn job

New life for Colgate

Freshman QB will replace injured Miller for Ole Miss

Peterson earns player of year award

Donnan staying with Bulldogs

Grudge match for Quincy Carter

O'Leary on verge of deal

Miller sidelined with injury

Wrecking Crew gets final shot at Williams

Georgia continues winning ways

Georgia Tech goes to the video tape

Jackets enjoying renewed success

Bowls, titles and NCAA records on the line this weekend

Clemson slams Kansas State

Clemson gets back on track

Paine rebounds again to take win

Warhorses' Smith has focus on state title

Georgia football playoff pairings

South Carolina football playoff pairings

Lynx win at home

Lynx ledger

Coach Wiebe sends Lynx a wake-up call

Pens deal Nedved

Across the area

White plaintiff joins race lawsuit against university

Westside to add two paraprofessionals to staff

Water tests not finished

Mayoral votes by precinct

Across the area

Courts OKs end to landfill effort in tiny town

Shopping time

Funding transfer sparks controversy

Stopped up

Civic groups need help for hungry

Day builds interest in turkey museum

Thanks shown with check

New mayor vows equal attention

Holiday has become full of myths

Two men sentenced in woman's murder

McIntyre signals political goodbye

Soul singer's turkeys go fast at giveaway

McDonald retains PSC seat

Voting fell on racial lines

Young defeats McIntyre

Club owner thankful for life

Three area schools garner awards of excellence

Soldiers to chow down

Lighting it up

Club owner thankful for life

Restaurant worrisome to residents

Turnout for runoff surpasses initial vote

School board race a tossup

Lumpkin trial gets tentative January date

String thing

Ex-commissioner sought in Wednesday shooting

Christmas show will be missed

NBA cancels Christmas Day games

Nets get sweeter lease

Talks canceled; season again in jeopardy

Dec. 15 date set for vote on Patriots stadium

Old standbys still throwing

QB to test finger at Friday's practice

Rams' Banks expects steakwill continue vs. Falcons

Lacina returns after being hospitalized for infection

Cowboys expect to see a lot of Moss

Dolphins in three-way tie after Monday's loss

Stadium deal can work, number crunchers insist

Revived Cowboys to face Viking test

Bledsoe may play with fractured finger

Mrs. Sarah Harvey

Mr. Charles Bryan

Mr. Roy Watson Sr.

Mr. William Kemp

Tyreice Weaver

Mr. Jack Wilkerson

Miss Frances Albiez

Mr. Stephen Deal

Mrs. Carol Macfie

Mr. Grover Derrick

Mr. William Durden Sr.

Mrs. Clarice Walden

Mrs. Truda Coste

Mr. A.B. Hill

Mrs. Melease Barton

Mrs. Mildred Bunnell

Mr. Lamar Mobley

Mrs. Margaret Fowler

Ms. Ann Harley

Mr. Jamie Jackson

Mrs. Mildred Hendricks

Mr. Robert Parham

Mr. James Turner

Mr. Willie Green

Mr. Patrick Collins

Mr. Prescott Price

Mrs. Doris Cashwell

Mrs. Reba Myers

Mr. Jesse Hartfield Sr.

Mr. John Cornelison Jr.

Mr. George Brodie

Mrs. Sara Oglesby

Mrs. Nora Bragg

Cites difference of ADHD children 112698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Salutes the wartime role of B-24s 112698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says questions hover over departure 112598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reno to the rescue 112698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends teacher's philosophy 112698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Giving many thanks 112698 - The Augusta Chronicle

'Ethno bomb' fear 112598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Runoff post-mortem 112698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cites 'lie' some homosexuals believe 112598 - The Augusta Chronicle

Like Ga. court's sodomy ruling 112698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes National Caregivers Week 112598 - The Augusta Chronicle

White House pledges $1 million in doping fight

Beijing bids for 2008 Olympics

Vaughn's now highest paid in baseball

World Ranking important in new world of golf

Sampras begins quest to break No. 1 record

DiMaggio marks 84th birthday in hospital

Golf notes: Gentle Ben says Ryder Cup matches will be fierce

Taking some time in order to say thanks

Makinen wins third straight world rally title

IOC mulls life bans, $1 million fines

Overtime: Greenbrier, Evans players are honored

Braves notes: Perez signs two-year deal

Quick cooking with Karin

White truffle season brings aromatic fungi

More Thanksgiving essays

Comedian Flip Wilson dead at 64

Tips help make turkey-carving easy

My worst Thanksgiving: Holiday memories

Supermarket shopper

Broadcasting may soon give way to narrowcasting

Use of preventive antibiotics in dentistry questioned

Health calendar

Broccoli Walnut Noodles a quick fix

Wild rice a low-fat alternative to dressing

Ginger up your breakfast muffins

Special effects

New book puts tabloid spin on Bible stories

Deep-fried turkey the key to Cajun-style meal

Eat for life

Study: Umbilical cord blood provides life-saving tissue for cancer victims

Federal officials join debate on hepatitis immunizations

Health capsules: Memory fails

Small portions

AOL emerges as dominant partner in $4 billion deal

Customs inspectors try X-rays in lieu of strip searches

Netscape-AOL deal is Topic A at Microsoft trial

Kid sophistication means changes in toys

AOL purchase of Netscape creates formidable foe to Microsoft

FDA approves easier shot for disfiguring disease

FDA releases new round of warnings about Viagra

Companies aim to profit by rating health providers

Man saved by in-flight defibrillator

Minor flaws found in space station

Tritium decision coming

AOL chief shakes industry

Y2K bug devises new pests for Africa's optimists

Students, teachers agree school computer program worth the trouble