Perez may be put in rotation

DiMaggio's great-grandchildren remember 'Big Joe'

Davis helps Greenbrier 'slam' door on Spartans

Kendall has date with history

Braves notebook: Wohlers performance impresses Cox

Waiting starts for those Braves on bubble

Spring training roundup: Hundley, Garciaparra return

Lions take two games from Tattnall Square

Braves beat Expos

Braves notes: Team holding cards they have

Torre makes first appearance since cancer surgery

Stocks nudge downward on NATO news

Business calendar: Keyboarding class offered at Aiken Tech

Airline changes flights

Public relations firm dresses up, not down, at week's end

Co-op's top students feted

'Timing' market can be perilous

Good news in Brazil turns panic to euphoria

Executive uses fruits of success for good cause

Amway goes online

Music store chain, 'Billboard' making case for young talent

Cooking the books: Small companies are the biggest culprits, study finds

Renault to invest in Nissan

EU leaders agree financial reform to prepare expansion

Nuclear power may be in its twilight

Buying home takes planning

Jobless rate hits February low

Senate panel's Y2K liability bill faces opposition

China holds out prospect of opening markets to U.S. companies

Additional business news

Online gift certificate redemption murky

Moore shackles Penn in UConn win

Peterson leads strong Spartans bench

An untraditional title game

Westside split over Final Four

Time spent at Big Oak pays off

Excitement of fans is appreciated

Final 4 notes: Penn's No. 12 jersey nowhere to be found

Duke women advance to final

Duke subdues Michigan State

Moore enjoys defensive role

Purdue women to face Duke

From ghetto to great for Carrawell

Avery diary: Bragging rights back home will be at stake

Point guards lead runs for title

First-time site has familiar faces

1922: A look at the 20th Century
If Nero really fiddled while Rome burned, then in 1922 America danced while the world outside fought brush fires.

This day in the Millennium: March 27
1819: Fire broke out in Freeman Lacy's stable on Ellis Street; those with gunpowder were urged to store it safely.

This day in the Millennium: March 28
1861: The monks of St. Camillus de Lilles collected alms in Augusta.

1923: A look at the 20th Century
In 1923, rising tensions, both domestic and international, were undercutting the optimism of the Roaring Twenties.

Lynx Ledger

Lynx win final home game

Lynx mangle Matadors

Man gets 60 years in prison for photos

Additional area news

Officers suspect arson

Beating the odds: Alternative school helps Butler student

This day in the Millennium: March 27

Family sues processing company

County raids sites over poker payouts

This day in the Millennium: March 28

County raids sites over poker payouts

Beating the odds: Students overcome hardship

Effects of ban unclear

Beating the odds: Poverty fails to force failure

Dread of millennium is not new

North Augusta downtown area to get big boost

Grand jury charges woman with hiring hit man to kill husband

Event takes stand for homeless

Legislators design bill to woo resorts

Man who shot girl sentenced to serve 22 years in prison

Teacher feted at university

HMOs' rolls swell, profits shrink

Schools may ban laser pointers

Woman dives into new life

Barnes has own leadership style

Director: Abuse shelter won't close

Aiken suffragette recalled at forum

Beating the odds: Teen wages winning battle against unruly reputation

High school teaches coast's history

Attacks put residents on guard

Auction will benefit teen battling cancer

Big receptions, intimate dinners part of lobbyist spending last month

Increases in salaries considered

Meeting unifies officials

1922: A look at the 20th Century

Making the kick

Pot user convicted despite medical claim

Environmentalists, officials mull deeper shipping channel

Man recalls 50 years of horse racing

High school awaits results of TB tests

1923: A look at the 20th Century

Beating the odds: Teen-ager finds success despite turmoil

Warren County girl accused of first-degree arson

Art depicts unity

BB gun incident called unavoidable

Legislative session ends with big tax cuts for

Decision on photos questioned

High school teaches coast's history

Sluggish Hawks beat Bulls

Mr. Estel Todd

Mrs. Gloria Murray

Mr. Fred Baker

Mrs. Betty Smith

Caleb Parker

Ms. Mary Jane Clark

Mr. James Dicks

Mrs. Amanda O'Bryant

Mrs. Martha Bennett

Mr. Harvel Lindsey

Mr. Carl Wommack

Mr. Charles Williams

Justin Peters

Mrs. Eula Wheeler

Mr. Harvel Lindsey

Mr. John Dye

Mr. Alvin Ansley

Mrs. Lila Kittle

Ms. Tammy Parker

Mrs. Alice McClure

Mrs. Louise Banta

Mr. James Lairsey

Mr. Robert Gilbert Sr.

Mrs. Jo Ann Baughman

Mrs. Frances Davis

Mrs. Mary Fulcher

Mr. Noah Mallory

Mrs. Bobby Combs

Ms. Catherine Strickland

Mr. Gerald Stephenson Jr.

Mrs. Annie Prescott

Ms. Caroline Holmes

Mr. Taxton Drisdom

Mr. Larry Smith

Mr. Theodore Thomas

Mr. Ernest Swan

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Questions so-called black 'preferences' 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

High-tech bus safety 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Explains anti-Ken Starr sentiment 032799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Resents black Americans' 'pity trips' 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Adds to understanding of Woodhull 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Ga. Capitol halls to see a lot more action 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Laments 'disintegration' of society 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Model of 'civility' 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes ASU chief's history of support 032799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wonders who liked dying horse photo 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Prepare for Jesus while anticipating Y2K 032799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises diabetes wellness program 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Points out paper's gender 'blooper' 032899 - The Augusta Chronicle

All's well that ends well 032799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Overtime: Jags' Johnson is released from hospital

Big dreams can be costly

White House questioned on Olympic bribery case

Donnan is shaping defense with speed

Overtime: Lonesome Glory still a winner in Carolina Cup

Jackets almost had Charles Howell too

Holtz sees some things he likes

Georgians on target

Pot of gold could await Silver Charm

No. 2 in South Carolina

Seegars, Derrick lead way

Duval leads Players Championship

Mallon hangs onto Dinah Shore lead

Blackville-Hilda's Cave, Jackets' Walker take lead

Augusta State golfers compete with the best

Harness Races day of firsts

Tyson psychological records become issue again in Nevada Legislature

Bobwhite quail tag OK'd by legislature

Cocoa Cola 300 returns

All-sister final slated for Lipton Championship

Waltrip comes up 'winner'

Kwan falls and drops to fourth after short program

TPC at Sawgrass comes under fire

New licenses the bargains of a lifetime

Rouse is big in Texas

Golf roundup: Pepper looks for another win

Krajicek full of aces in Lipton

Ozaki leads Duval by one shot

Church bulletin

Essence of holiday is in the home

Islam's sacred script survives centuries

Arts calendar

Englishman follows America's drinking history

Couple's business is private

'Mutiny' shines a light on World War II disaster

Memories of note

New version, old debate: Why did Jesus die?

Best selling books

Book puts new spin on the story of Jesus' life

Strange mountain creature baffled hikers

Pacific paradise

Islam's sacred script survives centuries

Marvel heroes make stop in Street Fighter

Woman delivers baby using sperm taken from dead husband

Speaker Hastert chats online with students

Computer giants get film's focus

Questions, answers about HTML use

Computer virus warning issued

New technology: CT machines check for early heart disease

Net users lack appetite for 'spam'

Waiting for the webmaster

Software for a new you

CBS to cut link to online sportsbook operation

Hot spots on the Net

Internet sites with a twist

A web of thoughts an artful effort

FDA to reassess safety of diabetes drug Rezulin

Shipment arrives at nation's first radioactive waste dump