Hot items may not help holiday toy sales

Study: Small portion of debtors can affort to repay

Pressure to choose relieved

Business briefs

Deutsche Bank acquiring Bankers Trust for $10.1 billion

Boeing to slash up to 48,000 jobs by 2000

Gas stations and refineries may be sold if Exxon and Mobil merge

Gasoline prices lowest in 8 years

Brokerages make it tougher to trade in some Internet stocks

Bi-Lo planning expansion

Value of construction contracts drops

Exxon buying Mobil for $77.2 billion

Job prospects dimming for Japan's high school graduates

EchoStar buys last satellite TV license

Internet companies drop

Area unemployment shows slight increase

Crime boss, computer mogul make Time's list of business titans

Two groups say MCI WorldCom fails to comply with FCC order

Bowden mulling options

Duke fires Goldsmith; Sooners to get Stoops

Southern's Johnson wins Robinson Award

College notebook

Bowden visits Clemson campus

O'Leary wins ACC honor

Tech to meet Irish on Jan. 1

UConn reigns in college hoops

Clemson steamrolls Radford

Paine men rally past Savannah State

ACC, Big Ten set up series

Maryland's Williams gets contract extension

Butler holds off scrappy Aiken team

Egekeze breaks away with 24-point effort

Budget draft lacks tax increase

Panel may assist some properties

Crossing to close for repairs

Salvation Army hit by looters

Hospital alloted increase

La Nina causing warm temperatures

It's all in how you look at it

Manufacturer will not locate at Aiken site

Man found guilty of beating murder

Convenience store owner settles suit for $550,000

Widower faces hard times

Ex-coach appears in impeachment case

Councilman questions toll idea

Suspect in 3 shootings transferred

Republican senators keep leadership roles

Company purchases Evans site

Murder trial set to begin

Commission votes to join class-action tobacco suit

Killer's appeal denied

Taste of class

House helps troubled women

Board considers beach-driving limits

Bequest interest wanted

Hitchcock faces campaign with mixed feelings

Additional area news

Man given 10-year sentence for aggravated sexual battery

Swing partners

Woman part of airborne family

Experts: Lottery should run separate from government

Augusta residents take part in World AIDS Day events

Planners want imput for canal project

Auto wreck claims two area women

Nuclear waste site could close

Administration plans vehicle access to Cumberland Island

Hospital workers seek aid

Medical official selected

Additional area news

Decision coming soon for tritium site

Some soldiers jump for area symposium

Bonus awarded to store for prize ticket

Area schools win cash awards for performances

Neighborhood hidden among swamplands

Fire may still affect area water

Tutu much rehearsal

Crowds line up for show seats

Raiders may lose George

Bengals coach issues apology

Bills beat deadline, will stay in Buffalo

Next goal for Falcons is to wrap up home field

Changes keep 49ers flustered

49ers clinch winning season with win over Giants

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Raps paper's treatment of McIntyre 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Jabs `uninspiring' football coach 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Our blind veep 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers praise for Norman concert 120198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Charges holiday `price gouging' 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cites `fallacy' of anti-creationists 120198 - The Augusta Chronicle

One in, one out 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

China's Clinton pals 120198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Criticizes television's on-air deaths 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Justice Dept. vs. Microsoft: Monopoly slows needed innovation 120198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Justice Dept. vs. Microsoft: Unfettered competition works best 120198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Some bipartisanship 120298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says Fed chief is hurting seniors 120198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Tyson pleads no contest in assault case

2000 All-Star game awarded to Turner Field

In baseball, sky is the limit for salaries

Lewis is getting what he wants, maybe more

Johnson signs with Diamondbacks, Belle with Orioles

Team going for speed

Belle signs on, Palmeiro gone

Senior calendar


Historian finishes trek along Underground Railroad path taken by slaves

Small portions: News from the world of food

Easy hors d'oeuvres make entertaining a snap

The supermarket shopper: Price reduction often not passed along by stores

People's pharmacy

Carving a turkey is a matter of procedure

Age old questions: Help sleeping

Cocoa lifts traditional bread-pudding recipe

Shrimp and runner beans a fast combination

Makeup artist builds confidence with beauty tips

Expert: Stuffing holes in Titanic may have saved lives

Off the wall: Express lane is shopper's war zone

Bugs, Rugrats claim Thanksgiving box office crown

Adviceline: Change in girl's attitude hurts friend's feelings

Weighty matters

Xtreme style

Xtreme calendar

Painkillers missing dangers

Space station looking for a name

Countdown begins for start of space station construction

Microsoft trial focuses on aggressive tactics

U.N. calls for ban on human cloning

Oldest astronaut's only flight problem came after landing

Microsoft: Computer makers still offering Netscape software

Technology gives new life to old games

Computer hacker-turned-informant on the lam again

Future televisions hanging on a thin line

What's online for Wednesday

Selective Service begins online registration

S&L customers can bank electronically under new rules

The geek streets of Tokyo

Netscape employees wooed by AOL with offer to stay

New software called the 'lava lamp of poetry'

Microsoft trial turns to 'Java' pollution

Court-appointed panel finds no definite link between implants, diseases

China's Internet police step up fight against hackers

Retailers have high hopes for future of electronic gift cards