Study: HMO premiums on the rise

Long Term Care Insurance a growing option

New postal prices take effect Sunday

Merry Land signs first deal

Mutual fund performance varied in 1998

Company finishes first step in site conversion

Home sales hit record; FHA loan limits rise

'98 auto sales second-highest total ever

PSC to investigate high gas prices

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Delta screens job applicants

Toyota Camry, Ford F-series pickup remain best sellers

Vodafone enters bidding for wireless giant AirTouch

Government to post budget surplus

Additional business news

Additional business news

Holtz fills out staff, now work begins

Fiesta Bowl didn't live up to hype

Vols stick to Fulmer's plan

Gamecocks lose to Kentucky

Slow start frustrates Gamecocks

ASU retains top spot in Peach Belt

Jags, Lakers ready for shootout

Ospreys top Pacers

Dates of the Millennium
A.H. Pemberton elected Augusta's mayor in 1836 .... England's King Henry VIII married his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves in 1540.

Dates of the Millennium
Mrs. Strom Thurmond dies at age 33 ... the astronomer Galileo Galilei sighted four of Jupiter's moons...the World War II siege of Bataan began.

Racial cooperation helped Paine College find success
Born amid the religious and racial turmoil of Southern Reconstruction, Paine College's interracial cooperation has fueled the school's success, historians and school officials say.

Document's signers buried in Augusta
George Walton and Lyman Hall -- Georgia signers of the Declaration of Independence -- weren't born in Augusta or even in Georgia.

About Celebrate 2000
With a new millennium fast approaching, The Augusta Chronicle is taking a look back at the Augusta-Aiken area's history to help residents understand their community's place in history.

Railroad, bank played key role
It began as a company to build a railroad, but at the end of the tracks, it was a bank.

About Celebrate 2000
With a new millennium fast approaching, The Augusta Chronicle is taking a look back at the Augusta-Aiken area's history to help residents understand their community's place in history.

Forgotten Few back in Augusta
For 145 years, the remains of one of Georgia's leaders lay in an abandoned and vandalized cemetery in Fishkill, N.Y., seemingly forgotten.

Family pride flavors Ms. Miriam's burgers

Holder done with football

Marshall's message

Marshall will speak at banquet

Devils skate past Rangers

Brother accused in theft

Rare loss suffered by Lynx

Fire damage

Grahm to present two impeachment articles

Young directs first meeting

Officer fired

Police charge Augustan with 2 store robberies

Libraries launch literacy program

About Celebrate 2000

Death of bald eagle at lake remains mystery

Lawyers allowed by judge

Thomson men charged in 23-year-old slaying

Across the area

Forgotten Few back in Augusta

Police nab suspect in store robberies

Two charged in New Year's Eve slaying

Business briefs

Rising temperatures forecast

Salvage yard zoning request dealt setback

Senator passes mantle

Document's signers buried in Augusta

Area woman killed in house fire

Hospital affirms contract

New date scheduled for Lumpkin trial

Racial cooperation helped Paine College find success

Educator accepts position

Dates of the Millennium

Quality restrictions delivered to facilities

Anecdotes e-mailed by readers

Beach washed away

Teen gets felony DUI

Railroad, bank played key role

Former teacher is guilty

'Civil Action' like John Grisham for grown-ups

Hawks have a lot of work to do

NBA season begins next month

NBA players relieved as lockout ends

NBC and Turner will be reimbursed for missed games

NBA players to vote Wednesday

Retrieving fans will be tough task for NBA

In the end, both sides decided to give ground

Rebuild or return? That's the question for the Bulls

Haley gives 49ers a defensive boost

Chisholm leads the cheers

Denver's Davis voted best offense player

Denver wideouts try to catch on this time

Veterans bring confidence

Falcons coach resumes duties

Holmgren searches for a team

Niners woes on the road a concern heading into Atlanta

Elway, Marino to meet again

Ravens ready to woo Holmgren

Reeves returns to work

Falcons notes: Hearst better at running

Riley, Chargers still talking

Mrs. Willie Waltower

Jana'e Boyd

Mrs. Mamie Dixon

Mrs. Pauline Tucker

Mr. Gordon Bostic

Mr. Norman Kearns

Mr. Harold Young

Mrs. Gertrude Janke

Mrs. Letha Small

Mrs. Dorothy Bennett

Mr. Charles Rosier Jr.

Mrs. Anna Floyd

Mrs. Clara Roberts

Mrs. Emily Connor

Mrs. Thea-Doshia Denson

Mrs. Burma Osborne

Mrs. Martha Ward

Ms. Audrey Williams

John Boyd

Mrs. Lottie Brewer

Mr. Ray Deal

Mr. Brady Putzier

Mr. Phillip Gossett

Mr. Douglas Clayton

Mrs. Rachel Johnson

Mrs. Lindy Monroe

Mr. Ralph Blount

Mr. John Courtney

Mr. Charlie Tyler

Mrs. Mangiben Patel

Mrs. Mary Jackson

Mrs. Mary Williams

Mr. Charles Rosier Jr.

Mr. Clarence Dunbar

Mr. Johnny Lowe

Mrs. Lillian Powell

Mr. William E. Cullum

Mr. James Earley

Mrs. Eura Burris

Mrs. Sallie Moats

Suggests date for birth of Jesus 010699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Explains military recruiting shortfall 010699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Continues debate over fossil records 010799 - The Augusta Chronicle

What ordeal? 010799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Set poker vote soon 010699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Clinton's defense hike: Too little, too late 010799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Focus on Medicare 010699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits liberals for feminist manipulation 010699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts Gephardt's 'eloquent' speech 010799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Raps cartographer's ocean placement 010699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Questions timing of attack on Iraq 010799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Feud between Boss and Berra ends

Tyson promises to be old self against Botha

Cubans to play Orioles

Big money on table this year

Upcoming boxing schedule

Bjorkman slams Korda, ITF over drugs

Three pals head for Cooperstown

Golf notes: Palmer adds caution to growth in golf

Samaranch defends receiving guns from Salt Lake

Restaurant trends look familiar

Small portions

Flamers make cocktail comeback

ABC network keeps open arms for 'Cupid' sitcom

Getting goat is first step to making delicious cheese, cheese products


Weak hearts' strong hope: New aids for failing pumps

ER for kids opening today

Temperature is critical for a roast

Shock therapy not so shocking anymore

Simple risotto dish healthy without sacrificing flavor

Hill leads Grammy nominations with 10

Quick cooking with Karin

What 1999 may bring in health

Health and fitness calendar

Health capsules: Restless legs

Closing in on cancer vaccines

Home care lifts family of boy with rare disorder

PC pinball preserves a great tradition

Gates: Can't remember details of important 1997 deal

Modem maker shutting down after sale efforts fail

Astronomers chase new theory of 'ghost galaxies'

Government prepares to call its final witness

Plutonium migrated through groundwater at Nevada test site

Software titles make pinball wizards of the masses

Doctors warn that efforts to reduce C-sections hold dangers

Four new colors, price cut, for Apple's iMac

Project puts histories on the Web

Doctors brace for Y2K bug

Trial judge cites AOL chiefs's interview

Ye olde internet precursor

AT&T can also have 'mail'

CBS replacing ABC as America Online's broadcast news provider

Carotid artery thickness predicts likelihood of heart attack, stroke

Bruce Willis kills 'em all in 'Apocalypse'

Ford to install accident sensors

FDA approves drug for troubled dogs