Baseball fever hits South Carolina

Gant takes his swings with the Phillies

Fans, team still behind Chipper

Braves notes: Prospects to get their shot

Braves notes: Glavine gets opening-day start

Padres' Myers is last to show at camp

Baseball notes: McGwire files suit

Spring training: Clemens gets first start Saturday

Retailers let shoppers try it out

Are good times over for country music business?

Business calendar: USC Aiken offers Windows 95 class

Doctors take big rounds

Productivity hurt by casual drinkers

Center's expenses examined

Plan college costs now for future graduates

Thai, Korean stocks rebound, but investors should be wary

Expansion in global trade means boom time for ports

Merger to reap rewards

Auto insurance reform at hand

Europeans rethink alcohol at work

Youngest toy company leader hasn't forgot how to have fun

Demand for fund advice remains strong

Business briefs: Plant awarded certification

Transfers acceptable on credit report

Employees pull together to deal with Levi closing

Avery shines; Duke blasts UNC

Paine tops Panthers to win title

Gamecocks stun Dogs in OT

Paine doing Big Dance; ASU sits out

Clemson women reach ACC semifinals

Clemson rips Georgia Tech

Lady Vols defeat Georgia for title

Tennessee upsets Wildcats

Profit margin for Terps

Aiken Tech gets shot at Region 10 title

Samford earns first NCAA trip

Beware of Tigers, says Cremins

Charleston completes Southern sweep

Winthrop wins Big South for 1st-ever NCAA bid

Area players make their marks

Charleston plays Appalachian State for Southern title

Avery full of surprises

ACC tourney is Duke's next challenge

Saving a small black church -- and a piece of history
HANOVER, Ind. -- They came to church every other Sunday, four ladies perched like bookends in the wooden pews. They stayed even when the roof leaked, the plumbing didn't work -- and no one else was there.

This day in the millennium -- February 28
On Feb. 28, 1849, the ship California arrived at San Francisco, carrying the first gold-seekers.

`Do you believe in miracles? Yes!'
As the time ticked off the clock, the tension in the building became unbearable. The flickering green lights on the scoreboard counted down the seconds ever-so slowly.

This day in the millennium -- March 1
On March 1, 1974, seven people, including former Nixon White House aides H.R. Haldeman and John D. Ehrlichman, former Attorney General John Mitchell and former assistant Attorney General Robert Mardian, were indicted on charges of conspiring to obstruct justice in connection with the Watergate break-in.

Bucs win Class AA state title

Jackets catch breath as AAAA play begins

Fortunes change for Lions

Wardlaw blisters Richard Winn

Hayes pivotal Josey's win

Lady Rebels headed for Final Four again

Bruins 4, Capitals 3

Fleury traded from Flames to Avalanche

Islanders 3, Red Wings 1

Lynx's Soling returns after stint in Syracuse

Lynx likely to acquire defenseman

IceGators maul the Lynx

Pair of Lynx veterans have a score to settle

Joys of reading start early

Groups clean up Augusta

Some physicians protest Aetna deal

This day in the millennium -- March 1

Coroner steps aside for trial

Draft fugitive requests amnesty

Mission strives to revive communities

Victory Bank struggles with financial woes

Schools begin inclusion plan

Family remembers patience

Lawsuit prompted changes

Superintendent denies reports of overspending

City fought integration

Additional area news

`Do you believe in miracles? Yes!'

Data: Black students less likely to be placed in gifted classes

Cadets perform in competition

Deadline nears for counties

Meetings on zoning go public

Additional area news

Home front: Minister answers new call

Blacks gain political ground

Solicitor may face charges

Dropout figures larger than some school data show

This day in the millennium -- February 28

Dishing it out

Board finishes budget

Plaintiff: Owner needs lesson

S.C. soldiers offer help in Honduras

Budget proposal OKs Fort Discovery funds

Lawmakers put schools on hold

Saving a small black church -- and a piece of history

County desegregation order stands

Official agrees to ethics fine

South Carolina launches new insurance system

Spending discussions delay state legislature

GOP leaders move up date of 2000 primary

Impersonator charms audiences as Minnie Pearl

Grave mystery continues

Lawmakers divided on state's traffic laws

Lakers break TV losing streak

Rodman, Rambis hits in debuts

Mr. Stanley Newby Jr.

Mrs. Zelma Mattox

Mr. E.V. Williams

Mr. James Johnson

Mr. Herman Young Sr.

Joseph Gates

Mrs. Annie Criswell

Mr. Henry Greene

Mrs. Candice Kellar

Rev. Lonnie Duncan

Mr. Donnie Kent

Mr. Todd Lee

Mrs. Frances English

Mrs. Emily Walden

Mr. Robert Auvenshine

Mrs. Ora Cason

Mr. William Williams Sr.

Mr. Donald Adair

Mr. Roy Young Sr.

Mr. Larry Black

Mrs. Frances Cleveland

Mrs. Grace Seals

Mrs. Marguerite Lester

Mr. Robert Washington

Mrs. Myrtice Lindsey

Mr. Calvin Pope

Mrs. Brenda Golding

Mr. Edgar Law

Mrs. Nancy Newsome

Mrs. Gladys Williams

Mr. John Allen

Mrs. Gladys Andrews

Mr. Thomas Garner

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Opposes loans to improvident nations 030199 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Myllylae wins 50K and third Nordic gold

Moraetes, Mitchem win bouts

Golf roundup: Senior rookie Doyle wire-to-wire winner

Overtime: ASU defeats High Point

Jagge wins slalom, Aamodt grabs overall lead

U.S. world team experienced and talented

Mitchell's report sets future IOC tone

NFL notes: Ricky Williams May Fall to 5th in Draft

Chronicle's Masters Section voted in top 10

Overtime: Jags sweep High Point in twin bill

Golf roundup: Magee, Maggert left standing

Expect rough to be cut down by April at Augusta National

Maggert wins in Match Play drama

Cookin' for Kids features petting zoo

Venus Williams defends title

Outdoor roundup: Top archers to compete in Augusta

Krajicek beats Rusedski in final

Serena Williams wins first title

'The Class of '97'

Swedish golfer wins in first Tucson Open playoff since 1983

Dances show city's diversity

Court order silences Fox, CBS on satellite TVs

'Archangel' offers insight on post-Communist Russia

Lucky charms

Peace in the mountains

Best selling books

The yo-yo is back

Ghost sightings still occur at battlefield

Poetic talent, humor may win a poet honors

Fine arts calendar

Dream spring break may spell trouble

Evidence needed to uncover impropriety

Minding your own business

'Alpha Centauri' is epic strategy game

Mystery designer apologizes in Philly mayor web scandal

Toon time on the web

Dealing with the dark side of Windows

Internet's dark side: Web threats

Going once, going twice in cyberspace

Touring wedding sites

Netting the benefits from web services

Software assists in planning that most special day

Documents detail leaks, spills at SRS

Greasing the wedding machinery with digital tools

Bone transplants strengthen brittle skeletons of fragile kids

Congress may limit Y2K lawsuits

Hot net spots: WaySouth

Red Cross giving defibrillator training

What's hot: New items of interest

StoryMOO creates a writers workshop in cyberspace

'Gruntz' a puzzle game that's challenging and fun


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