Spring training roundup: Brett's help is well received

Cal Ripken returns home to be with ailing father

Rowland stymies Knights in relief

ARC plays comeback game again

Diamondbacks give Korean right-hander $2.4 million

Westminster wins first game of year

Pacers rally past Brewton-Parker

Braves notebook: Smoltz back on track

Braves focus on relievers

Lopez makes improvements

Spring training roundup: Phillies drop out of Hershiser hunt

Italy's Prodi chosen to restore reputation of EU executive

Evans 12 to improve seats

Deal may bring Crown Books out of bankruptcy

Additional business news

SBC-Ameritech merger approved

Bank reaches milestone

Stocks suffer again from profit anxiety

Soft drink king facing slowing rate of growth

OPEC agrees on oil production cuts

BellSouth makes $10 million grant to schools in Southeast

Regulators scrap anti-money laundering rules

Additional business news

FAA grounds discount carrier Kiwi

EU summit to tackle leadership crisis, finance dispute, Kosovo

Stocks end mixed after a lackluster session

Boeing unlikely to suffer long-term from NTSB ruling

Reality far different than dreams for Final Four host city

Lady Bulldogs excited about Final Four

Landers can take last step

Izzo says early matchups could be key in Final Four

Boilermakers cruising after overhaul

Clemson advances to NIT final

Spartans may get stonger

March Madness: A coast-to-coast double for Duke

Road to Final Four goes through Georgia playground

In 1968, Ohio State was Hosket's team

Oklahoma coach says no to Georgia

County boasts political legacy
BARNWELL, S.C. -- Barnwell County is known for old churches, historic homes and the legend of the Healing Springs.

Siege of Port Hudson longest in American history
PORT HUDSON, La. -- A drawn-out battle near Baton Rouge between a large Union army and an outmanned, firmly entrenched Confederate garrison captured the attention of the public on both sides of the Civil War as it unfolded, but events elsewhere eventually relegated it to being a footnote in history.

This day in the Millennium: March 24
1936: Former bootlegger L.J. Stewart fled Augusta under death threats after a raid based on his information netted 62 liquor and gambling arrests.

Memory of graves preserved
William Trainum was a hometown hero who otherwise drew little attention during his brief and tragic life.

This day in the Millennium: March 25
1874: Gen. Lafayette McLaws was appointed Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District.

Lynx clinch playoff spot

Red Wings trade for experience

Predators zap Lightning

News can be easily confused

Lawmakers grumbling about pork

Building in high demand

City cracking down on Masters Week vendors

Academic promotion

Spring sprucing

Free event will allow public to meet golfers

Jurors convict suspect

Officials say tax changes nothing new

Thieves target elderly victims

Brush fire claims house

This day in the Millennium: March 24

Williams gets civic center post

Celine Dion makes stop in Augusta before tour

Rocking out

Memory of graves preserved

Across the area

Couple arrested for destruction of cemetery markers

Senate approves House version of taxpayer bill

Bus accident injures children

Puppy love

Lawmakers approve pay raise

Judge grants bond to Californian

Official: Killing is 'solvable'

Hog farmers protest regulations

Siege of Port Hudson longest in American history

Regional authority approved

Police arrest man in arson attempt

Columbia County teen STAR student

29 pupils treated after bus crash

City starts to dress up for millennium

Woman fears impact of airstrikes on her birthplace

Hospitals may see shortage of nurses

Officials OK road changes

Shelter defends actions

Prison hospital has shortage of patients

This day in the Millennium: March 25

Hunters protest proposal

Masked intruder robs man

Damages approved in Wal-Mart case

Police search for inmate from Barnwell jail

Horse photo was news, not sensationalism

Hundreds volunteer to help out homeless

County boasts political legacy

County boasts political legacy

Across the area

Shelter must defend actions in court

Meeting to discuss pipeline attracts few

Deal to ease revenue shortage

Hairpin curve is too sharp for state standards

Converse to Rodman: Find new shoes to fill

Rockets stop Mavericks

Mr. Andrew Alecks

Mr. Gordon Screws

Mrs. Miriam Davis

Mrs. Lillian Williams

Mrs. Angeline Battle

Mr. Larry Glover

Mr. Harmon McClendon

Mr. Ronald Madison

Mrs. Elsie Brabazon

Mr. Clifford Bragg Jr.

Mr. Thomas Carson

Mrs. Zelma Mayes

Mr. Harold Baker

Hunter Forehand

Mr. Corbin Carter

Mr. West Jacobs

Mr. Franklin Hammonds

Mrs. Elizabeth Ware

Mrs. Nettie Page

Mr. John Reynolds Jr.

Mr. Solomon Gibbons

Mr. Paul Staley Jr.

Mr. William Ellis Sr.

Mrs. Josie Clark

Mrs. Melba Morris

Mrs. Dessie Simon

Mrs. Bertie Roberts

Mrs. Ollie Miller

Mr. Melvin Clark

Mr. Charles Byars

Mr. Allen McDaniel

Mrs. Delayne Barker

Ms. Rosemary Milton

Mrs. Mattie McTier

Mrs. Celia Frame

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Seeks an end to so-called `favors' 032599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Clarifies facts concerning termination 032499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Why Kosovo? 032599 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Cites Taliban persecution of women 032599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hopes Byrd-Pelaez's job not ending 032499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rebukes mother of baby found dead 032599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Laments 'exploitation' in horse's death 032499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts opposition to nuclear power 032599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Bar the Red Chinese! 032499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Golf notebook: Tiger pays a high price for fame

Hurst expecting, but back to defend Dinah Shore title

TPC not a likely place for first-time winners

Site for rematch remains unclear

Hingis breezes into Lipton semifinals

Krajicek beats Sampras again

CBS tops Sports Emmy nominations

Bowden: Improvement will take time

Experience vital at Players

Overtime: Golf course architects honor Palmer

Little could go a long way

Kenseth impressive at Darlington

Tiger under separate standards when it comes to temper

Hackett breaks world 200-meter freestyle record

Coles insists he won't quit IOC post

Sitting 101

'Shakespeare' highlights lovefest with the Bard

What good is the 'How's My Driving?' number?

Birds of a feather

A sweet finale

Postal service gets stamp of disapproval

Curry heats up chicken casserole

Why does Johnny steal? Look for the Smoking Mom!

Sitcom actor found dead

Rousing kids to caffeine's consequences

Sex education reveals little learned

Strep can cause deadly infections in patients

Inappropriate drugs prescribed for elderly

Modem is also a speakerphone

Heart attack survival rate increases

Critics say company seizes important Web directory

America Online to slash Netscape's staff

Plastic lumber replacing some wood products

America Online making fast imprint on newly acquired Netscape

DNA tests OKed in 'Fatal Vision' murder case

Study: Longer drug treatment prevents recurrent clots

Device allows paralyzed to communicate

Critics contend company seizes important Web directory

Microsoft sends government settlement offer

Farmers protest government failure to contain deadly virus

Military dispatch against suspicious ships leaves Japan shaken

Waste ruling has SRS hopeful

Airplane crash inquiry focuses on rudder control valve