Braves notes: Bautista belts 2 homers in win

Spring roundup: Wood gets $690,000 from Cubs

Braves notes: Contracts renewed for Millwood, Jones

Spring training: Walker agrees to contract extension

Former Boston catcher may return to team

Wohlers has shaky debut

Additional business news

Economy shows staying power for retail stores, factories, jobs

110 laid-off workers get assistance

Despite risks, Brazil raises interest rates

Cashmere workers ponder bleak prospects

J. Peterman may stay in business

Financial overhaul bill splits Senate panel

Raleigh-Durham attracts airline

Civic center candidate has Atlanta ties

BellSouth asks court to overrule

Additional business news

U.S. stocks shoot higher following rallies in Europe, Asia

Caribbean leaders convene amid gloom over trade

Civic center hopeful experienced

House proposes boost in aviation spending

Getting down to specifics on possible Social Security changes

Five weekly hikes bring mortgage rates to nine-month high

Meybohm goes high-tech

Nike recalls children's sneakers

Paine falls in tournament

S. Carolina St. 61, N. Carolina A&T 58

Rebels end Gamecocks' woeful season

ACC notes: Florida State silenced

Jackets stumble into ACC Tournament

Miller sparks Utes to 20th straight win, beating BYU

Mississippi St. belts Vanderbilt

Alabama takes out Georgia

Mending process begins for Paine

No. 3 Connecticut edges Seton Hall

No. 4 Auburn 93, Alabama 61

No. 9 Miami 65, Georgetown 54

UNC blasts Georgia Tech

History flows from city's springs
One of Augusta's best resources is one of its oldest. And it's underground.

This day in the millennium -- March 6
On March 6, 1836, the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, fell to Mexican forces after a 13-day siege.

Canal nearly didn't come about
One of Augusta's most scenic landmarks almost wasn't. The Augusta Canal, whose hydropower catapulted the city from economic decline into an industrial empire, was conceived in 1844, when leading citizens launched a controversial campaign that would change the city forever.

This day in the millennium -- March 5
On March 5, 1770, the Boston Massacre took place as British soldiers who'd been taunted by a crowd of colonists opened fire, killing five people. Two British soldiers were later convicted of manslaughter.

Josey thwarted by Tucker

Lady Rebels fall in OT

Ga. preps: Marietta reaches Class AAAA final

Wardlaw eyes third title in row

Georgia prep title games to be shown by state public TV

Eagles face Tucker in state semifinals

Yellow Jackets get by Greenwood

Barrasso out with broken hand

Enforcers for Lynx have different goals

Lynx fall to Kingfish

Exercise combats friendly fire

Jury: Morrison not mentally retarded

Coverdell enlisted in Bush campaign

Agency: Ruling threatens road work

Students suspended for making death threats

Visagraph detects problems

Officials work on transit

Additional area news

This day in the millennium -- March 6

Georgia 4th-graders improve in tests

Retirees may strain S.C. health resources

Doctor: Man not retarded

Winner of lottery still runs farm

Leaders to visit civil rights sites

Police chief resigns in New Ellenton

MCG must repay misspent funds

Helping hands

Georgia 4th-graders improve in tests

A friendy competition

House approves agency

History flows from city's springs

High blood pressure medication money restored

Augusta gets fine for spills

Test tells newborns' conditions

Bill would transfer authority

Governor visits Augusta

Canal nearly didn't come about

Moody facing changes

This day in the millennium -- March 5

Turbine at dam operates again

Aiken lawmakers postpone tax-raising measure

Rally encourages wise choices

Suspect in robberies caught

Additional area news

Signature could fetch $7,000

County purchases tracts for automobile dealership

Mace gets life in jail

Key committee backs budget for fiscal 2000

Celtics 102, Nuggets 94

Mrs. Nora Turner

Mr. James Rentfrow

Mr. William Warr

Mrs. Mildred Tapley

Mrs. Sandra Rosillo

Mr. Johnnie Holmes

Mr. Cecil New

Mrs. Gladys Rosier

Mr. Lemuel Walden

Mr. George Ivey Jr.

Mr. Alton Alligood

Mr. Jackie Roberson

Mrs. Allene Bennett

Mr. Arthur Muns

Mr. Walter Smith

Mr. Alvin Taylor

Mrs. Marie Mereday

Mr. Willie Bradley

Mr. Vennie Boyett Jr.

Mr. James Averett

Mr. Otis Jones Sr.

Ms. Donna Adams

Mr. Racy Ingram

Mrs. Ruth Massey

Mr. Theodore Hudson

Mrs. Doris Rice

Mr. Michael Young Sr.

Mrs. Evelyn Lewis

Mrs. Lottie Collins

Mr. Arthur Walter East

Mrs. Geneva Thomas

Mrs. Louise Davis

Mr. Marcus Thomas

Mr. Bobby Harden

Mrs. Owena Olsen

Mrs. Annie Hill

Mrs. Katheryn Hill

Mrs. Rosa Burton

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Jack to attend Masters Dinner

Overtime: Chandler due at Cookoff Saturday

Chicago Bears add five years to Soldier Field lease

IOC eyes reform commission, new proposal on sites

Rosset ousted by Canada's Nestor

Fishing report: Thurmond Lake crappies hitting slow-trolled 'flies'

American Chad Fleischer fastest in downhill training

Clearly, Arkansas is the one to beat indoors

Jacksonville re-signs Beasley, five others

Rules change for race in Las Vegas

Langham shares Doral lead

Gebrselassie makes run at indoors double

Zanardi getting ready for Formula One

Reid can add to his viewing pleasure

Champion at odds with the odds

Green pleads innocent in domestic violence case

Donnan unsure of G-Day game format

GM cars charging at Vegas

Greene wants to show why he's king of the 60

Tyson must serve another 60 days

NASCAR notes: Martin happy with team's progress

Couple of Gregs in Doral hunt

Akinwande returns to ring in Minneapolis

Silver Charm faces big race in Big 'Cap

Norman learning about golf all over again

Des Smyth clings to lead in Portuguese Open

Cold puts D.C. cherry blossoms back on track

Knowing God comes in stages

Concert connection

Ramblin' Rhodes: And the band plays on ...

Church bulletin

Game time in Augusta

Take time to choose garden tools

Food matches quiet elegance of La Maison

Club calendar

Hard-edged rock dominates movie soundtracks

Gallantry, bravery returns in `Scarlet Pimpernel'

NBC claims victory in February sweeps

Religion-based diets urge picking up the Bible

Garden show celebrates the unusual

`Fantasticks' cast simply fascinating

Video releases

Gangster, shrink hit it off in `Analyze This'

Cherries jubilee

Cyrus hopes to get another big `breaky'

A children's exodus

Growing roses becomes an art form for true believers

Applause calendar

Salesman buys into God's plan for life

NASA launches satellite to study history of star formation

Congress wants to assess biological warfare threat

Space station 'lifeboat' prototype makes successful flight test

E-Mail private no more

Meybohm goes high-tech

Chernobyl to restart March 6

FAA says U.S. air travel will be safe on New Year's Day

IBM, Dell announce deal

Neuharth: Web won't replace newspapers

Microsoft sues 10 companies for piracy

Senate holds hearing on Internet in schools, libraries

High-blood pressure in midlife raises risk of senility

French woman dies after Internet romance sours

Y2K: U.S. air travel will be safe

Tests make blood supply safer

Net advertisers face new challenges from blockers

Computer-generated actors populating film

Industry group endorses Microsoft breakup

Journalist to be sentenced for child porn charges

Nations progress on Y2K woes