Braves notebook: Walt Weiss grateful son got through illness

Gant takes his swings with the Phillies

Braves notes: Glavine gets opening-day start

Baseball fever hits South Carolina

Spring training: Clemens gets first start Saturday

Low-key pitcher returns to spotlight

Personal income robust in January

Roads slated for face lift

Could national red ink really dry up?

Record number of Americans file for bankruptcy

Phones providing income for Bangladesh

Audit finds IRS unable to balance its books

Ford to settle with federal agency over car fire probe

Business briefs

Continued economic growth suggested

Report: Manufacturing sector is recovering from `Asian flu'

Relentless Clemson captures second ACC title

Aiken Tech gets shot at Region 10 title

Charleston completes Southern sweep

Paine doing Big Dance; ASU sits out

No contest: Blue Devils are No. 1

Clemson rips Georgia Tech

ACC tourney is Duke's next challenge

Tennessee upsets Wildcats

Beware of Tigers, says Cremins

Lady Vols defeat Georgia for title

WRDW versatile in early days
Augusta's love for television began around Valentine's Day 45 years ago -- about the time of WRDW-TV Channel 12's first broadcasts.

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.

Atomic bombing tops journalists' list of century news
The top news event of the 20th century was written in the ashes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where the terrifying power of America's new atomic bomb brought World War II to an end in 1945.

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 -- March 2
One hundred years ago, on March 2, 1899, Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state was established.

Aiken girls win in AAAA

Jackets catch breath as AAAA play begins

IceGators maul the Lynx

Fleury traded from Flames to Avalanche

Lynx likely to acquire defenseman

Lynx get Ruddick in deal

Groups clean up Augusta

Additional area news: Wind-whipped fires destroy Richmond County property

Superintendent denies reports of overspending

Star student winner from Westminister Prep

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

Aiken Community Playhouse considering move downtown

Budget fight follows trimming plan in S.C.

Organizations forming group to advocate for river Crabbers

Company runs ads apologizing for S.C. spill

Athens-area locals to fight quarry project

Spending discussions delay state legislature

Proposed speed trap law to have little effect on area

Dishing it out

Study says animals and plants at SRS were contaminated in 1960s

Deadline nears for counties

North Augusta police to carry defibrillators

Fast-moving fire scorches 60 acres

Spring planing

Budget proposal OKs Fort Discovery funds

South Carolina launches new insurance system

Atomic bombing tops journalists' list of century news

This day in the millennium -- March 1

Impersonator charms audiences as Minnie Pearl

Victory Bank struggles with financial woes

Official agrees to ethics fine

Coroner steps aside for trial

Plaintiff: Owner needs lesson

HMO reform critics launch ad campaign

Blacks gain political ground

Fraternity suspended at Valdosta State

Additional area news

Home front: Minister answers new call

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

Schools begin inclusion plan

Spending plan gives millions for improvements

Meetings on zoning go public

Making bubbles

Patient's husband wants compensation

Grave mystery continues

Mauldin pastor could be next leader of black Baptist group

Dropout figures larger than some school data show

This day in the millennium -- March 2

WRDW versatile in early days

Buzzer beater nets New Jersey a win

Lakers break TV losing streak

Orlando overcomes to beat Hawks

Mrs. Brenda Golding

Mr. Donnie Kent

Mr. James Lazenby

Mr. Bobby Clark

Mr. James Johnson

Mrs. Vannah Barrett

Mrs. Beatrice Hydrick

Rev. Lonnie Duncan

Mrs. Carolyn Stephens

Mrs. Candice Kellar

Mr. James Anthony

Mrs. Alma Braswell

Mr. Wyman Reese Sr.

Mrs. Frances English

Mr. James Vaughn Jr.

Mrs. Muriel Fletcher

Mr. Herman Marshall

Mr. C.B. Wood

Mrs. Lillian Norman

Mr. William Williams Sr.

Mr. Henry Greene

Mrs. Myrtice Lindsey

Mrs. Frances Cleveland

Mr. Herman Young Sr.

Mr. Todd Lee

Mrs. Marguerite Lester

Mrs. Zelma Mattox

Mr. Ronald Busbee Jr.

Mrs. Helen Culpepper

Mrs. Bessie Richardson

Mrs. Mary Judah

Mrs. Nancy Newsome

Mr. William Williams Sr.

Ms. Patricia Barton

Mr. William Price

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Supports regional transportation bill 030199 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Opposes loans to improvident nations 030199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Another serious Y2K problem: South Carolina'sreal estate reassessment law 030299 - The Augusta Chronicle

A payroll tax hike? 030199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends deputy involved in crash 030299 - The Augusta Chronicle

S.C. eyes pay hike 030199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims U.S. is a `Christian nation' 030299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Assails Augusta's 'airport wars' 030199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Protests ticket prices at ice show 030299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Scathes gambling expansion in S.C. 030199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants litterers required to clean up 030299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Myllylae wins 50K and third Nordic gold

Lane signs grant with Navy

Jagge wins slalom, Aamodt grabs overall lead

Swedish golfer wins in first Tucson Open playoff since 1983

Two-time U.S. Open champion advances in Scottsdale

Venus Williams defends title

Overtime: ASU defeats High Point

Mitchell's report sets future IOC tone

Krajicek beats Rusedski in final

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

Overtime: Former Curtis Baptist standout plays key role

Maggert wins in Match Play drama

Maggert full of surprises in Match Play

Serena Williams wins first title

U.S. world team experienced and talented

Groovy riders

Age old questions

Risks taken for romance can be high

Senior calendar

One way or another, Blondie is on the way back

People's pharmacy

'Eight Millimeter' tops box office

For women only

Adviceline

Magazines give girls wrong idea about weight

Poll finds teens approve of limiting licenses

Straight Edgers have their acts together

Your style

Audio best

On the straight and narrow

Net Chat: Cast of 'Hang Time'

Speeding toward oblivion?

Dance simulator doesn't bust a move

Dealing with the dark side of Windows

Minding your own business

Senators warn of Y2K disruptions

IBM introduces PC made from recycled plastic

StoryMOO creates a writers workshop in cyberspace

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

Mystery designer apologizes in Philly mayor web scandal

Bone transplants strengthen brittle skeletons of fragile kids

Hot net spots: WaySouth

Microsoft settlement possible

Consumer harm emerges as question in Microsoft trial

'Alpha Centauri' is epic strategy game

Netting the benefits from web services

Special fabric fuels style swing

Europe's seasons affected by warming

Report: China brokerages conduct `millennium bug' test

Documents detail leaks, spills at SRS