Exports fall, imports rise in quarter

Across the area

Additional business news

County pins hope on growth

Poker operator consolidating

Georgia's economy slowing

Study cites employers' prejudice

Scam dumps unordered products on businesses

Judge grants delay in hearing against pilots

Central Bank defends use of obscure offshore company

Tax time taking more time than ever

Hodges seeking tourists

Trade deficit hits all-time high in 1998

Dealership law encourages competition

Center gets new owners

U.S. rejects tighter links with other currencies

Scana to buy N.C. utility

AT&T-TCI merger wins approval of FCC

RJR chairman: International tobacco business top priority

Equity revenues hit new high

Virtual Volunteer expands reach

Wholesale costs record flukey surge

IRS says electronic returns and refunds are both up

Russian parliament's upper house approves 1999 budget

Bulldogs fall to Kentucky

Lady Bulldogs stomp Lady Gators

Lions rally to down Dragons

Don't expect any area teams in Big Dance

Augusta State's women test Clayton State in tournament

This day in the millennium -- February 18
On Feb. 18, 1861 -- Jefferson Davis was sworn in as president of the Confederate States of America in Montgomery, Ala.<=

Symbol of justice survives the years
For almost a century and a half she reigned over the old Richmond County Courthouse in downtown Augusta, a symbol of justice and integrity.

This day in the millennium -- February 21
In 1866, Lucy B. Hobbs became the first woman to graduate from a dental school, the Ohio College of Dental Surgery in Cincinnati...In 1885, the Washington Monument was dedicated...In 1916, the World War I Battle of Verdun began in France.

This day in the millennium -- February 19
On Feb. 19, 1945, during World War II, some 30,000 Marines landed on Iwo Jima, where they began a month-long battle to seize control of the island from Japanese forces.

Millennium bug problems likely to keep technology workers on job
ATLANTA -- Other Americans can look forward to blowout celebrations of the arrival of the year 2000. For many techies, however, New Year's weekend likely will be spent hunkered down in cubicles or at command centers monitoring computer systems for Millennium Bug problems.

Blackville-Hilda rolls past North

S.C. prep notes: Lady Hawks have high expectations

Preserverance pays off

Basketball schedule

Georgia prep tourney gets under way today

Christian girls fall at Macon

Big recruit Harvey brings game to area

Butler's senior players unite

Green sparkles, Silver Bluff wins

Jackets eye crown; so does Irmo

Canadiens sink Flyers

Canucks call up Soling, Bodtker

Hurricanes tie Capitals in overtime

Lemieux steps up efforts to buy into Penguins

Lindros has second shot to tie Flyers' record

Symbol of justice survives the years

Company car drivers wrongly hit with insurance hikes

100 days and counting

Hospital awaiting decision

Millennium bug problems likely to keep technology workers on job

This day in the millennium -- February 18

Legislative deadline may block pay raise

Deliberations continue in murder trial

Jury finds men innocent in fatal shooting

Proper child seat use stressed

Defense calls witnesses

This day in the millennium -- February 19

Race gap gets smaller at polls

Bush Field solution simple, mayor says

Across the area

Engineer presents Riverwood plans

Teacher appreciation

Psychologist pleads not guilty to charges

Senate approves SAT classes

FAA official: Transfer is legal

TV reporter's notes at odds with testimony

Choo Choo Chat delivers the news

Barnes unveils plans to regulate insurance

Bid to block Savannah water project in trouble

This day in the millennium -- February 21

Advice for supervisors has sting

Darlington oak regains national title

Across the area

Goodwill opens career center

Halfway-house adds fourth location

Assistant DA: Shooting connected with gang

Girl dies in attempt to cross busy highway

Testing of teen ordered

Services mark start of Lent

Pacers outlast 76ers

Pistons waive Macon, Moore, sign free-agent Corey Beck

Lakers again beat Mavericks

Ms. Fannie Allen

Janet Windham

Mr. Fred Benefield

Mr. Edward Kenny Sr.

Mr. Jesse Lain

Mr. Judson Boulineau

Mrs. Sarah Kemp

Mr. Donald Bullock

Mrs. Bertha Eidson

Ms. Ethel Parrish

Mrs. Sarah Ard

Mr. Harry Wren

Mr. Thomas Crumbley

Miss Katherine Rowland

Mr. John McCaffrey

Mrs. Lessie Johnson

Mr. Robert Smith

Mrs. Edna Hall

Mrs. Elfriede Rogers

Mrs. Mary Moss

Mr. William Ussery Sr.

Mrs. Janet Kroeger

Mr. Edward Wilkerson

Mrs. Debbie Clark

Mr. Clyde Widener Sr.

Mr. Eulis Rhodes

Mrs. Pauline Tanksley

Mr. Wayne Gentry

Mrs. Sharon Baker

Mr. Tucker Smith Jr.

Mr. Dolphus Tankersley

Mr. Wilson Bowen Sr.

Mr. C. Dickie Scott

Jabs past University Hospital head 021899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts 'lying, cheating' airline pilots 021999 - The Augusta Chronicle

The Tinky Winky flap 021999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Congress turn zeal on tobacco 021999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Time for statesmanship: Save Bush project 021899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits Clinton's `sad' view of Americans 021899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Correction 021999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Opposes higher taxes on liquor 021899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges letters in behalf of libraries 021999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers money-saving ideas for Augusta 021899 - The Augusta Chronicle

An unwise DHR cut 021899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Welcomes new Commission member 021899 - The Augusta Chronicle

To abolish, or not? 021999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Loss will impact Braves

Morales will headline fort fight

WNBA All-Star Game slated for July

Fishing report: Angler finds Soap Creek honey hole

Salt Lake City may owe athletes $3 million

Galarraga out for season

Evans quits Vikes, signs Ravens pact

Clemens traded to Yankees

Overtime: Coaches get promoted at Georgia, GSU

Graf reaches semifinals, Schnyder loses

Galarraga out for season

Galarraga faces a difficult year

Indy invitations in the mail

Gibbs building NASCAR contender

Labonte and Petty looking forward to Rockingham race

Bennett released by Falcons

Ripken adjusts to life after The Streak

Overtime: Fite gets 400th career victory

Braves notebook

Woods, Duval rivalry seems a natural

Chipper wants past behind him

Broncos release safety Atwater

Aiken's Seawell has slow tour start

NCAA names panel to study safety risks of metal bats

Ski trip doesn't cool off Duval, tied for Nissan lead

Ex-Lakeside star makes name as college `thrower'

Breaking boundaries

Ramblin' Rhodes: Road to country not easy for Pride

Club calendar

Dancing and decorum will rule Millennium

Studies show no link between circumstances, happiness

Water world

Health capsules: Brain power

To many, Brynner's still King

Impotence controversy has bicyclists riding uneasy

Men's grip strength a disability predictor

Medicare recipients rate HMOs

King Lego wants long reign

Parent pressure cited in overuse of antibiotics

Rebel yell echoes again

Bicyclists reluctant to discuss problem

Mini movie reviews

Getting a second opinion

Thursday night keeps NBC on top in 'sweeps'

Concert calendar

B.C. Davenport's warm, inviting

King Lego wants long reign

Applause calendar

Health and fitness calendar

Liriope conditioning should be done now

Pacemakers

Garden calendar

King Lego wants long reign

'Jawbreaker' holds on to tired teen story line

Big bands come back big

Plan may combine facilities

Bone marrow transplants effective against weak immune systems

Study indicates growth hormones' effect only slight

Free operating software gains momentum

Wofford student runs neo-Nazi group via Internet from dorm room

The ABCs of keypad logic

CDC panel urges mandatory hepatitis shots for kids in high-risk states

Y2K bug probably not a home problem except for PCs

Company: Buyout will benefit SRS

License photo database company got federal aid

Pollution plan may limit types of cars available

Ask the Computer Guy

Rank: Nitrates put county at top

British balloonists in round-the-world bid fly over Morocco

EPA to demand cleaner snowmobiles, ATVs

Y2K worriers ready for 2000

Colon screening rates still low

Researchers say volcanoes ruled early Mars

Music fans assert their freedom

Microsoft exec accuses AOL of aiding government case

Pentium III chip offers advanced computer features

Scientist disputes article

Cable: Internet service planned