Brazil's Senate passes key austerity measure

Brazil vows to drive ahead with reforms

Vermont utility, home generator in tussle

A penny for your thoughts, not letters

Atlanta Bread Co. a big hit in Augusta

Clinton proposes to use budget surpluses to preserve Social Security

Two Japanese banks tentatively agree to merge

Dean: State can expect good economic growth

Study: Super Bowl could be super bust for host city

Mall owners negotiate sale

Government spent $866 million on worker complaints

BankAmerica reports fourth quarter loss

NAFTA currency unlikely

Nasdaq at new high

Brazil woes apt to harm automakers

Injury knocks Pacer's duo down to one

New Mexico St. dominates New Mexico

Jags, Pacers to renew rivalry

Wildcats stopped by Paine defense

Auburn-Kentucky an unexpected showdown

Lady Bulldogs top Georgia Tech

Maryland tops Georgia Tech

At turn of century, Georgia bleak with slivers of hope
Complaints about traffic congestion. Alarm about urban infrastructure needs. Deploring a negative, divisive political campaign. Those topics, found in the Georgia news media in recent weeks, can also be unearthed from the news pages of 1900, demonstrating that some things haven't changed much from the beginning of the 20th century to its final year.

Dates of the Millennium - January 19
On this date in 1793 , Augusta's Female Academy opened with spelling, writing, English and French, grammar, reading, arithmetic and geography... in 1809, author Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston

Argument over start of the century is nothing new
The year 1900 began in Georgia with ice and snow sweeping much of the state, along with a debate about whether the year marked the beginning of a new century or the last year of an old one.

Centenarians have seen it all
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Ann Drake reaches back -- to a time before airplanes traversed the skies or automobiles crowded the roads, to a time before penicillin or communism or plastic toys.

Dates of the Millennium - January 20
On this day in 1981, Iran released 52 Americans it had held hostage for 444 days, minutes after the presidency had passed from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan.

Butler handles Lakeside

Hancock holds off Harlem

North Augusta continues winning streak

Thomson needs OT to turn back Burke

Lynx stop skid

Lynx are warriors on road

Chancellor opposes pharmacy closing

Service: King's son urged kindness

Retirement magazine touts Augusta

Sheriff's operator dismissed

At turn of century, Georgia bleak with slivers of hope

Centenarians have seen it all

Argument over start of the century is nothing new

Area harkens to rights leader's legacy

A day by the pond

Victim remains critical

Across the area

Hodges' budget to focus on education spending

'Cold' not same for everyone

Testimony begins in suit against county

Council drops video poker law

NAACP honors leaders

Building OKs get costlier

Dates of the Millennium - January 20

Lobbyists give to agreeable officials

City expands water system

Georgia educator to compete for national teacher award

Across the area

Dates of the Millennium - January 19

Church arsons investigated

King service questions progress

Officials seek arson tips through billboards

Events to honor Lee, Jackson

Mayor backs new symbol

McIntyre discusses city job with Young

U.S. funds should aid care center

Settlement will take another day

Rodman retiring, maybe

A big retirement, more rumors and another delay

Pippen traded by Bulls

Move over Otto Graham, Big Dawg's in the hall

Super Bowl security a top secret affair

Policy meets with Shaw, says Billick didn't fit

Falcons souvenirs are scooped up

Super Bowl tickets costly

Falcons having a magical season

Broncos defense doesn't give ground

NFL changes plans after Falcons win

Bennett back to try again for Super Bowl ring

Parcells flashes back to '85 playoff loss

Shock of failure sticks with Vikings on morning after

Reeves does lonely dance

For Elway, last home game ended perfectly

Mrs. Winifred Skelton

Mr. Joseph Grant

Mr. Kelly Salter

Mrs. Mauree Johnson

Mrs. Georgia Davis

Mrs. Thetis Odom

Mr. Harvey Schultz

Mr. L. Raymond Chambers

Mr. Johnny Pinkston Sr.

Mrs. Mamie Seays

Mrs. Annie Beasley

Mrs. Mary Everhart

Mr. Geddings Heath

Mrs. Estelle Davis

Mr. James Collins

Mrs. Ruth Cleckley

Mr. James Gordon

Mr. Warren Stickney

Mrs. Donna Wallace

Mrs. Edith Hatcher

Mr. George Carter

Ms. Elizabeth Rice

Mr. Everett Dorch Sr.

Mr. Gerald Newman

Mrs. Dorothy Smith

Mrs. Margaret Bragg

Mr. Wiley Irick

Mrs. Paula Farmer

Mr. Dennis Hopkins

Mrs. Winnie Seays

Mrs. Mary Adamson

Mrs. Ruth Swearingen

Mr. Charles Ivey Jr.

Mrs. Marian Brown

Mrs. Dolly Weeks

Mrs. Margaret Shealy

Mr. Curtis Patterson Sr.

Mr. George Cox

Mr. John Hooks

Mr. Ralph Figarola

Mr. Byant Steven Neal

Ms. Helen Rybowicz

Mr. David Crawford Jr.

Ms. Patricia Milikin

Mrs. Olian Mathis

Mrs. Alma Reason

Mrs. Polly Consentino

Mrs. Bertie Burke

Ms. Marie Lockett

Mr. Willie Frazier

Poker bill a sellout 011999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Worried White House 011999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says SunTrust nearly ready for Y2K 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Book 'im, Bill! 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Charges `vendetta' sexually motivated 011999 - The Augusta Chronicle

No witnesses? 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rebukes media for blaming the GOP 011999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Celebration honors the memory of Scotland's poet 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits scant coverage of celebration 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Laments abortion `continues to kill' 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes wrong approach to the Bible 011999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Programs offer hope for abused, neglected children 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims `justice' of past was better 011999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes dangers of school bus stop 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

The Falcons soar 011999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slams new school for Fort Gordon 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims SRS workers' morale `dead' 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

What a quirk 012099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reaching for it

Welsh may return to coach Thomson

Cuba vs. Orioles: not just yet

Overtime: Baseball's arbitration season begins

Critics pressing Utah leaders on Olympic debt issue

Korda gets Australian Open win

DiMaggio released from hospital

Welsh makes return to Thomson

Federal grand jury to begin hearing testimony in Salt Lake case

Fans, family gather for Ali's 57th birthday

Tigers name baseball first female groundskeeper

Veggie quesadillas a great game day treats

Sumptuous soup

Banana cream pie gets a twist

Barber shop treasures

Mysterious stranger leaves roses, cognac on macabre poet's grave

Gibson, Sawyer take 'GMA' reins

Small portions

Age old questions

Cornbread recipe comes with baggage

Midseason TV successes prove there may be a better way

'The PJs' raising howls in black community

Vitamin-taking complicated

PBS show explores extreme nature of Soviet state

Senior calendar

Off the Wall: Capitalism is adventure for Sweetie

Eat for life

Xtreme calendar

Clothing code clash

Audio best

Win a Valentine's date and dinner -- on us!

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Study: New weight-loss drug helped obese lose weight

Government highlights Microsoft contract restrictions

SRS may ship radioactive waste off site soon

AOL pulls thesaurus over synonyms for 'homosexual'

USDA setting up gene research center at Cornell

Placing bets on digital bits

Internet porn law headed back to the courts

Eye-catching headlights a glimpse of automotive future

Intel will build chips with security capabilities

Rocket scientist behind high-tech water gun line

Digital format PBS Kids Channel to debut

Pluto may be demoted

Delta imposing fee for non-web transactions

New blue laser to be unveiled

FCC considering plan to boost high-speed phone service.

At Home Corp. to buy Excite

Heart-burning operation proves safe and effective

`Master cell' exempt from U.S. ban on embryo research

Cyberspace mania gives Wall Street pause

Some internet companies have vast earning potential

Northern ozone thinning could pose threat