The real question is 'why?'

1998 both bright, dark

Year ending with a bang

On the move

Apparel forecast gloomy for 1999

1998's top personalities

Pill, toy top list of year's best

Mergers, acquisitions made year for industries

Retailers slash prices to invigorate after-Christmas sales

'98 just escapes bear market

Product designers had fun year

Businesses hit by highs, lows

Business briefs: Independent business scholarship offered

College notes

Bailey gives Cavaliers something extra to worry about

Georgia football rules in 1998

Georgia staying positive

Gary evolved into steady ball carrier

Southern U. wins its fourth Heritage Bowl

Bad news dogging Buckeyes again in New Orleans

Jamison picks upslack for McIntyre

Cardinals' speed burns NCAA champs

No. 1 Connecticut 117, Quinnipiac 20

Louisville hands No. 3 Kentucky another setback

Tech loses momentum again

Augustan proves a surprising star for Tech

Blackbirds haven't slowed down

No. 5 Maryland overwhelms S.C. State

One-legged player considers himself lucky

Area prep teams open Twin State play today

Lynx notes: Gamsby upbeat about attendance

Blues 4, Red Wings 3

Lynx defeat Matadors

Lynx's streak ended

Flyers 3, Blackhawks 2

The area year in review

State lawmakers disagree on budget outlook

Post office needs new address

Additional area news

Shoppers return for more

Home front; Area organization gives emergency help

Taylor is 'a man in full'

A joyful noise

Additional area news

Project instructs teachers

University president creates project to keep youths in city

Poker machines offer bad odds

Deadline nears for occupational tax

Reservoir woes mark '98

Medicare scams may spread

City develops 'Another Alley'

Officials reflect on successes

New visitor center gets county kiosk

Hodges' win tops Carolina news

County short on teachers

1998 area deaths

Barnes elected, Gingrich ousted in '98

Norwood pushes for managed care reform

Historian examines site of mill

Students given A for effort

Video poker at center of Aiken County news

Sconyers ready for private life

Stern: No more offers will be made after meeting in Denver

With clock running, players want a deal

Redskins will have revamped backfield

Parcells takes Jets to top in short time

Anderson: `These are not your father's Falcons'

Bills 45, Saints 33

NFL notes: Ford, Modell long overdue for success

Falcons focused on Dolphins

Jets 31, Patriots 10

49ers 38, Rams 19

With eye on playoffs, Jaguars rest Brunell's leg

Vikings make history in win

Overtime championship game certified the NFL

Packers 16, Bears 13

Mrs. Mary Crawford

Mrs. Phoebe Boyd Rice

Mrs. Sarah Carter

Mr. George Moore

Mrs. Merle Kirby

Mrs. Huldah Mingledorff

Mrs. Barbara Anderson

Mr. Joseph Johnson Jr.

Mr. Roscoe Johnson

Mr. Calvin Patterson

Mrs. Dauzie Jennings

Mrs. Anna Brendel

Mr. Roger Sapp

Mr. Charles Owings Jr.

Mr. Freddie Jackson

Mrs. George Warren

Mrs. Edith Chambers

Mr. Eddie Parker Jr.

Mrs. Viola Ivey

Mr. Lloyd Stille

Mrs. Bernice Esposito

Mrs. Juanita Hackney

Mrs. Louise McHugh

Mr. Joe Watson

Mrs. Lois Wilson

Mr. Lewis L. Sizemore

Mr. Joseph Oliver

Mr. Keith Miller

Mr. Gerald Deas

Mr. Clement Buckley Sr.

Mr. Fred Washington

Mrs. Frances Wright

Mrs. Hattie Hood

Mulls hospital finances, other topics 122898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slams passion of 'Chronicle' editorial 122798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Worries about black suicide rate 122798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Envisions legacy of Georgia Games 122898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Lauds Schippers;hits House chair 122798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Priority local bills 122898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Holden: Step down 122798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Georgia puts government on the Internet 122798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Suggests coup against 'real threat' 122798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Appreciates our 'ethno-bomb' view 122898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wonders at Bill Clinton's popularity 122798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Vows defeat of Clinton's antagonists 122898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges removal of GOP, not Clinton 122898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges Clinton's quick removal 122798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Jones clocks near-perfect season; 'FloJo' dies

'Skippy' dominant in racing

Sampras beats tough competition

Richmond athletes to participate

McGwire-Sosa home run battle tops exciting season

Overtime: Zoeller's dad dead at 78; funeral today

Ex-Aquinas shooter discovers high caliber college competition

Schultz 'knew it all' from years as a Masters caddie

Tyson dominates out of the ring

Overtime: Senior Tour golfer Landers recuperating

Moceanu's career has been anything but afairy tale

Permits to expire

Hunters young, old share success in field

Fiasco in France undermined Americans in world of soccer

Lake Placid

Book pays tribute to generation

Fine arts calendar

Getting organized

Updated Tomorrowland fast-forwards into the future

New books offer readers interesting selection to choose from

Plague forever altered European society

Waitress role is not appropriate for hostess

Counting the ways to do time in Greenwich

'Round and 'round we go: Designers opt for the soft sell

High-energy dance, Irish music is spirit of show

Dwarf family comes to terms with life in a tall world

Best selling books

Brazil rediscovers nuclear energy

A smooth transition from big screen to video game

Navigator: Finding virtual community

Balloon trip to be near space

Educator joins staff of Internet school

Report: Moscow firm developing new, cheaper space shuttle

What's hot: New Items of Interest

Titanic CDs: One sinks, one swims

Cyber-shoppers boosting Cyberian Outpost's sales

Touring the information superhighway

Smallest octuplet dies

New computer games

Websightings: Hot spots on the net

Doctors solve first serious complications for week-old octuplets

Himowitz on computers: Reviving a 'dead' PC