Business briefs

Mortgaging the American dream

Passion at work more common

Business calendar

Judge to rule in dispute

Companies market Y2K glitch

Closing costs can run thousands of dollars

Tariffs on steel possible

Brand back in black

Manufacturers report better January

Disability insurance can be important financial asset

Rubin acknowledges economic power worries

Federal judge holds pilot union in contempt

Additional business news

Anonymous writers feed Nashville hit industry

Music gets exposure on small screen

Kentucky looks to break 2-game conference slide against Gamecocks

No. 1 Duke storms past Wake Forest

Florida tops Georgia 75-64

AASU women score 103 against USC Aiken

No. 2 Purdue women edge No. 15 Penn State

Kentucky uses press to rip South Carolina

No. 16 Miami edges Providence

Thompson on sports talk radio

No. 7 Maryland routs UNC

Paine dominates Morris College

Heavens to Barkley -- Auburn national power again

Lions to host Morris College

Pacers injure Pirates PBAC hopes

Brewery brought taste to Augusta
``...The odor was most delightful to those who liked to sip their brew; that it sorely tempted those `on the water wagon' to get off again forthwith; and that, to the olfactory faculties of all-out `Bone Dry' Prohibitionists, it was an outright abomination.''

This day in the millennium -- February 13
On Feb. 13, 1935, a jury in Flemington, N.J., found Bruno Richard Hauptmann guilty of first-degree murder in the kidnap-death of the infant son of Charles and Anne Lindbergh. Hauptmann was later executed.

Orangeburg jumps on Aiken early to take two victories

Hephzibah girls win; Butler falls

Lady Bulldogs come up short

Augusta Christian sweeps titles

Curtis Baptist beats Gatewood

Statesboro clips Josey to win region

Hephzibah girls edge Baldwin

Toronto braces for farewell to NHL era at Maple Leafs Gardens

Lynx fall in shootout

NHL action: Blackhawks embarrass Toronto

Lynx stymie Checkers

Bure creating buzz

Lynx ledger

Pettersen's goal-scoring feat turning heads

Messier injured, out for 4-6 weeks

Predators 2, Islanders 1

Capitals 3, Devils 2

Courthouse shuts down for face lift

Swap shops help turn trash into treasure, aid environment

A sporting proposal

Deputies have poor record

Checkup promotes safety with car seats

Teacher recalls time with king

Request rejected by judge

Black leaders started at church

New task force works to stop DUI

Re-enactment set for Battle of Aiken

Chafee Park may get new life

Presidents recalled for sayings

Black church finds new role

Supporters join alumni for parade

Hog farmers face dire straits

Additional area news

Speaker motivates students

Seventy percent choose new high school

Navy nuclear school graduates first class

Murderer receives life imprisonment

Impeachment still a topic, but many eager to move on

Enough to feed an army

Oxendine position is questioned

Struggle divides congregation

Prom night

Police arrest fourth suspect in fatal shooting

Casino boat hearing expected

New statue proposed for city

New bridge will aid port, relieve traffic headaches

Small-town company creates big-time film merchandising

Additional area news

Wildlife agency leaves meetings on dredging Savannah harbor

South Carolina's slave heritage uncovered in Nova Scotia

This day in the millennium -- February 13

Juvenile crimes growing more violent

Graham defends managers' actions

Farmers may receive compensation

As St. Patrick's Day nears, Savannah still has vacancies

Sale of anchor alleged in testimony

Doctors, drug makers sued for $100 million

Memorial construction

Veteran still absent from care residence

Brewery brought taste to Augusta

The skinny on Kemp's weight? He can play

Price retires after 12 NBA seasons

Shortened season causes NBA teams to get tough early

Ellis adds new dimension to Hawks

Spurs knock off 76ers

Steve Kerr adapts slowly to life after the Bulls

Mrs. Edna Alley

Mr. Edwin Pasco

Mrs. Jocelyn Miller

Mrs. Ruth Togneri

Mrs. Roberta Bell

Mrs. Nettie Bennett

Mr. Marion Powell

Mrs. Mattie Wiggleton

Mr. Ronald Jameson

Mr. David Northrop

Mrs. Lenora Raymer

Mrs. Ruth Martin

Mrs. Virginia McFadden

Mrs. Angela Haynes

Mrs. Louella Stewart

Mr. Felton Enlow Jr.

Mr. Lawrence Clarvoe

Mrs. Addie Ware

Mrs. Mozelle Jennings

Mrs. Reba Spradley

Mrs. Frances Flanders

Mr. Victor Bell

Mrs. Verna Creager

Mrs. Mary Hankinson

Mrs. Judy McKeen

Mr. Glen Keeton

Mr. William Byrd

Mr. John King

Mrs. Ethel Jones

Rev. Paul Coyle

Mr. James Lower

Mr. Chappell Howard

Mr. Paul Scarboro

Ms. Trina Myers

Mr. Rodney Shoup

Martrell Moody

Mrs. Brenda Simmons

Mrs. Sallie Wilson

Mrs. Joann Grant

Mr. George Wells

Mrs. Frances Summerlin

Mr. Thomas Kneece

Mr. George Dickey

Mrs. Johnnie Collins

Mr. Joe Redd

Dr. Bobbie Byrne

Mrs. Nancy Dyer

Mrs. Leitha Moore

Mrs. Catherine Lau

Mr. James Gregory

Marcus Vinson

Mrs. Frances Brice

Mrs. Gracie Foriest

Miss Gloria Canovaca

Mrs. Maye Lott

Mrs. Becky Purvis

Slams group calling Lively a 'victim' 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Comments on 'hypocritical diatribes' 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Scathes DOT for exit brochure 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: GOP teeters on success threshold in Georgia 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says 'Weasel' can solve salary problem 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Keep EMA independent 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts criticism of Judge Jennings 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Miranda, finally 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slaps Falwell over TV cartoon flap 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits legislator for logging roads subsidy 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Disagrees with 'flawed' criticism 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rap critics of judge in Lively case 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts driver in I-20 crash deaths 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises, criticizes radio show host 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes choir honored with Rome trip 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims mayor disrupted meeting 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: The certainty of God is that pay day will come 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Lawless appointments 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Why not the best? 021499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Senate: Profile in cowardice 021399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Two varieties of 'Falcons' at Cookoff

South Korean member urges IOC to clear him

College baseball: Pacers take two off Rifles

Overtime: Lynx wheelin' for clinic in Aiken

Nilsmark shoots course-record 65 for 2-shot lead

N.J. angler wins on Logan Martin

Kjus captures fourth world medal

And now, a post-football sports roundup

Tryba stuck on 65, leads Buick by one

Fitness comes to forefront

'Let the show begin,' Sosa says

High winds affect ball control

Howell, Riley share Desert Classic lead

Plenty of contenders in 500

Overtime: Second phase of Shootout begins today

Outdoors roundup: Georgia's licenses to be sold electronically

Payton's disease progressing at faster rate than expected

LaJoie wins NAPA 300

Edwards will miss all of '99

Jury out on De La Hoya's standing but he gets richer

Elder wins Goody's Dash

Daytona notes: Favre to team with Jarrett

Earnhardt elated after IROC win

De La Hoya gets a chance to answer a question

Woods shoots record 62, best round as pro

Ranger's plan to help push careers in conservation field

Warren Moon looks for a team

Sporting goods retailers show off in Atlanta

Loved and loathed

For U.S. skaters, dance is for the young of heart

View in Delta Center not up to Olympic standards

Garth Brooks to give baseball a try

Busch GN races more than a training ground

Dolphins' Thomas stays put

Braves hoping changes pay off

Arts calendar

Christians prepare for season of penitence

New sanctuary gives church high hopes

Transatlantic Valentines

Church bulletin

Adventure takes tourists way off the beaten path

NBC pulls in TV's utility man, Crenna, for drama

Concerns remain for Salman Rushdie

Real 'English Patient' was no Nazi

Artifacts prove races' earlier beginning

Sign for God

Former drum major didn't miss a beat with Pops baton

God says, `You've Got Mail'

The LOVE connection

Wedding planning time is here now

Blending styles

Microsoft questioned about ease of downloading

Surprise discovery of possible cancer protector

AOL not locating center in Georgia

Microsoft to up ante in registration game

Mir's next commander prepares to be its last

Love -- and lack of it -- abounds on V-Day

Seller of domain name gets flowers for life

New 2-way pager overcomes past problems

Meat zapping gets approval

Police adapt software to illustrate crime scenes

Romancing the net

Sweet Valentine's sites

eCrush is a love clearninghouse


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