Baseball notes: Yanks in tough spot without Torre

Braves notes: Lightenberg encouraged by progress

Baseball notes: Torre out of hospital

Braves notes: Rocker's ready to pitch

Harlem top Dog this time

Baylor may have brief stay with team

Joblesness disrupts China's efforts to trim military

Sprucing up can help sell home

Good question: Checking account rates vary

Waiter changes way country thinks

Legacy of huge oil spill lingers on Alaskan coast

Many tax deductions simply overlooked

Fabricators of steel can't supply plans for federal road bill

Customers rally around supermarket

Basket capital's appeal expands

Business tycoon looking to add Gucci to his empire

Business calendar: PowerPoint 98 to be taught at USC Aiken

It's blueblood vs. blue collar

It's finally time for Final Four

Langdon propels Duke to Dance

East notes: Purdue opens door for Owls

Ohio State turns back St. John's in South

East final offers teams with contrasting styles

Buckeyes come out of nowhere to get Final Four berth

Connecticut edges Gonzaga in West

College notes: Iowa coaching job more appealing to Alford

Women's teams prepare for toughest round

Peterson getting big-name backing for UGA slot

Westside teammates in Final Four

Spartans rally, oust Kentucky

NCAA women: Iowa St. shocks UConn

Georgia women ready for Iowa State

This day in the Millennium: March 22
1834: Stockholders in Georgia Railroad Co. met in Athens, Ga., to organize a board of directors.

Slave had vital role for MCG
They called Grandison Harris the ``Resurrection Man.'' But few if any history books record much about Mr. Harris, who more than a century ago helped provide Medical College of Georgia with fresh cadavers.

This day in the Millennium: March 21
1895: A cyclone struck Augusta, leveling 20 houses.

Black family traces roots to woman who owned slaves
COLUMBIA -- The twisted branches of Elsie Taylor Goins' family tree led a black American family to an English slave trader buried in West Africa.

Schofield founded black school
AIKEN -- Ada Lee Boynton says there is no other school in Aiken County with the history of Schofield Middle School on Sumter Street.

Scandal put early stamp on Harding administration
In 1921, Warren G. Harding took over the White House with a presidential administration many historians consider one of the most corrupt in U.S. history.

Trading frenzy hits NHL

Penguins, Rangers finish tied

Lynx notes: Three leaders used

Lynx win in shootout

NHL trading deadline nears

S.C. counties plan clean sweep Aiken, Edgefield officials organizing cleanup efforts along local, state roadways

Horse dies at Steeplechase

Plants bloom for the Masters

Additional area news

New job parallels old goal

Georgia clay companies seek help from Congress

Usher reaches out into acting, producing

Couple dies trying to outrun troopers

Video poker regulations will mean windfall for manufacturers

Beasley enjoys Harvard life

Weather project outlined

Globetrotters win fans with crazy antics

Aiken suits horse lovers

Additional area news

Schofield founded black school

Scandal put early stamp on Harding administration

Faith held Habitat founders together

Taxpayers footing bill for lobbyists

Home front: Man remembers big-city land when it was farmland

State also sold children's photos, data to company

This day in the Millennium: March 21

Life normal again for man involved in Pepsi incident

'Napoleon' proves to be winner

Race quotas called purpose of survey

Cost of airports debated

Fight brewing on tax plan

Plans for ponds stir ecosystem worries

Class puts history in new light

Lawmakers to focus on Barnes' bills

Slave had vital role for MCG

Black family traces roots to woman who owned slaves

Local analyst urges caution in Kosovo

Suburban teens arrested for advertising gang on Web

Search continues for Clemson student

Eatonton to honor 2 of its own during literary fest

Medothists discuss homosexuality

Farming sisters milk it

HMO liability law getting thumbs-up

Scientist says renourishment projects won't last

Toxins may get in creek

Residents want road paved

This day in the Millennium: March 22

NBA notes: Y2K possibilities bugging the NBA

NBA hoops: Hornet topple Bucks

Robinson-led Milwaukee beats frustrated Hawks

Knicks romp past Celtics

Rodman back; Lakers end skid

Mr. John Swank

Mrs. Gloria Anderson

Mrs. Lillie Young

Mrs. Villa McClung

Mrs. Vieno Hill

Mr. Greg Grover

Mrs. Janie Dunn

Mrs. Lillie Mack

Mr. Lawrence Thompson Jr.

Mr. Edgar Hiott

Mr. Kermit Shore

Mrs. Natalie McNorrill

Mr. Richard Wallace

Mr. Gregory Johnson

Mr. Frankie Hutto

Mrs. Addie Bridges

Mrs. Louise Shaw

Mrs. Jay Gaultney

Mrs. Lucille Browning

Mr. Robert Rauton

Dr. Corbett Hilsman Thigpen

Ms. Dianne Drayton

Mrs. Mildred Screws

Mrs. Eileen Busbee

Mr. Milton Hall Jr.

Mr. George Peterson

Mrs. Mildred Hendrix

Wants Taiwan included in TMD system 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Ga. OK with Kyoto pact? 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Aiken's new tax buzz-saw 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Didn't choose ethics 032299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slams legislators' bid for raises 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends lawmaker's constituent service 032299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Ga. budget to ease overcrowded Death Row 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges help for Gurley's grocery store 032299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Board's retreat too costly 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts firing of Civic Center chief 032299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Answers letter writer on slavery 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Debunks rumor of Internet access 'tax' 032299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: State searches for strategies to pay for indigent care 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Fears liberals will disarm Americans 032299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Scathes mom for 'trashing' newborn 032299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits managed health care practices 032199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Moya rallies to protect his No. 1 tennis ranking

Quail in trouble; habitat restoration plan in the works

Seve joins a select field

Burton saved by rain at Darlington

'Lumpy' wins in sudden death

Tires the issue at Darlington

Willingham is Georgia's best

Lock-dam ramp courtesy dock due to be completed this week

Mario Andretti: CART Still Rules Racing World

TranSouth notes: Burton happy to start 28th

Overtime: Agassi falls, declares 'out' of Davis Cup

Kenseth takes Diamond Hill race

Overtime: Holyfield, Lewis agree on rematch

Quail Unlimited boosts habitat restoration

Love, Herron go on birdie binge

Racers excited about pond

Best of '98 still riding high

Holtz hits field as USC's coach

Hot start amazing to Webb

Long-winded Oscar winners just don't get it

Best selling books

'Antiques Roadshow' puts drama into collecting

Kazan controversy recalls other Oscar brouhahas

Fine arts calendar

Bradbury writes more than science fiction

Sea creature may lead to new eel species

Neighbor: Salinger has hidden at least 15 unpublished books

Rice paints architectural structures in Augusta

Paltrow, Shakespeare answer 'the question'

Arts notebook: Applauding 'Porgy and Bess'

Looking back on special speeches

Oscars telecast changes

Web opens venue for political matters

Balloonists complete record quest

Oscar hot spots on the Net

Microsoft enters fray with 'Combat Flight Simulator'

Missile defense: Ready or not?

Monitoring your monitor

Web provides new forms for fraud

Sign of the times: Desktop promotion

'Smart' technology may be on the way

Internet auction sites connect with massive marketplace

Balloonists end 'grandiose' trip in Egypt's Western Desert

Can Apple sustain rebound?