Braves notebook: Expect more speeding in Atlanta

Baseball pitchmen: More than their hearts on their sleeves

Evans catcher out with broken leg

Tigers topple Braves

Braves notebook: Glavine glad his brother is getting shot with Braves

Klesko not showing pressure of replacing Galarraga

Wohlers is back

Pair of Braves released

Dublin has help in key region win over Greenbrier

Clemens, Johnson ready for openers

Jaguars topple Paine

Project funding granted

Russian official: IMF and Russia still working on size of loan

McKnight plans complex

Airport: Funding to city may triple

Bank One says as many as 4,700 jobs to be eliminated

Economic growth putting pressure on peach farmers

GM's Saturn unit unveils its first midsize car

Additional business news

Contract dispute may leave patients without healthcare coverage

Contact-lense makers seeing change

Japanese trying service with a smile

Japan hit twice as unemployment soars, spending falls

Economic prosperity extends Medicare

Dow 10,000 party ended swiftly

Columbia County trustees to cut high school personnel

French automaker to sell cars in U.S. under the Nissan brand

Nissan is bringing back the Z-car

House GOP balks at new loans to Russia

Japan limps to end of fiscal year with economy in tatters

Grocery chain to add store

Audit finds woeful federal bookkeeping

For emerging markets funds, it's been a long time down

Dow falls despite early gains

Contact lens makers seeing change

Activists win victory in McDonald's libel suit

Moore goes out on top

Duke teams return to heroes' welcome

Ricky Moore Final Four diary

Local talent puts Augusta in spotlight

Harrick tops list for Georgia

Elated Connecticut fans greet championship team

UConn leaves its imprint on a great NCAA final

Molly Marine statue to stay in New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS -- Molly Marine doesn't have to worry about being moved to the Marine Corps' training base at Parris Island, S.C., after all.

1911: A look at the 20th Century
When the Savannah River again overflowed its banks in 1911, Augusta Mayor Thomas Barrett Sr. decided the time for just discussing the problem was over.

This day in the Millennium: March 31
1798: Thomas Cumming was elected intendant of the Augusta City Council.

Families catch up in small town
KETCHUP TOWN, S.C. -- They know their history, and they know it well. The people of Ketchup Town, better known for its name than anything else, are experts when talk is of their roots.

This day in the Millennium: April 1
1862: Augusta city officials offered $20,000 to the Georgia Ladies' Gunboat Fund.

1914: A look at the 20th Century
In June 1914, a Serbian nationalist assassinated Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir apparent to the Austro-Hungarian throne, in Sarajevo.

Messages in bottles
Augusta-Richmond County Museum opens a new exhibit this weekend spotlighting the city's production and use of beer, soda, water and pharmacy bottles since the 18th century.

Hockey playoff tickets go on sale today

Mason nets hat trick in Lynx win

Police: Baby girl's cause of death still unknown

Buchanan: High court changes pledged

Five of seven suspects arrested in drug ring

Special celebration

Ceremony honors police dog

Officials request amends for fish kills

Across the area

Store owner may sue North Augusta over video poker machine

County hires chief for emergency post

Messages in bottles

School bus driver may lose job

Across the area

Budget talk tops meeting

Local taxpayers seek refunds

Families catch up in small town

North Augusta preparing to enter new century

'Gravelgate' juror tries to make amends

This day in the Millennium: April 1

Fund raiser gets leg up from Chick-fil-A chief

Policy to control cheating

Columbia County trustees to cut high school personnel

County opposes control

Police seek suspect for vandalism acts

Official weighs position

City, EPD officials meet to discuss fines

Black workers ask to join suit claiming bias

Molly Marine statue to stay in New Orleans

Officials mull jail expansion

Official weighs position 22222

Panel has three options for city hall move

Augusta seeks land for sludge disposal

A clean Tennant

1914: A look at the 20th Century

Mark II theater closes its cinema doors after two decades

Masters Week gets city scrambling

Hopeful addresses insurance

Decomposed body left in abandoned home

Top civic center official begins firings

List shows work ethic of the '90s

This day in the Millennium: March 31

1911: A look at the 20th Century

Hawks downed by Pistons

Jordan a Hornet player-owner? Not likely

Rookie helps Bulls defeat 76ers

Magic wins in final seconds

Mr. Fred Whitesell

Mrs. Anna Peeples

Mrs. Juanita Aldrich

Mr. James Harrison

Ms. Sara Meeks

Mr. John Scanlon

Mrs. Ollie Smith Stone

Mrs. Gladys Wise

Mrs. Carolyn Hoke

Mr. Charles Wilson Sr.

Mr. Detreich Leak

Mr. John Parker Sr.

Mr. Edward Bruce

Mr. George Rowland

Mr. Joe Barksdale

Mrs. Ida Wynne

Mrs. Isabella McBride

Mr. William Gadson

Mrs. Corine Strother

Mr. Robert Rawls

Mrs. Dorothy Johnson

Ms. Louise Hooks

Mrs. Hattie Guthrie

Mr. Hiram Kirkland

Mr. Roy Oates

Mr. John Davis

Mr. William Toole Jr.

Mrs. Marjorie Hardesty

Rev. Marshall James

Mr. Lawrence Wallace Jr.

Mr. Robert Cozine

Mr. Willie Isom

Mrs. Susie Robinson

Dr. Elbert Owens Jr.

Mr. William Peterson

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Committee formed to study course setup

Tour golfers hack way through cyberspace

O'Leary rebuilding Tech

Harrick hiring a hairy move for Bulldogs

Duval prepares for the Masters

Team orthopedist says Bure was destined for injuries

Lee aims for Olympics

Bob Duval, like son, tries to clear major hurdle

IOC hold corruption meeting

Czechs stay perfect in European qualifiers

Labontes prove to be Ironmen

Georgia hires Harrick

Swimming tightens rules on drugs

Big game for Broncos: waiting for Elway

Davis Cup captain won't miss major players

Overtime: Kickboxing title bouts set at Fort Gordon

Total package with Duval starts between the ears

Overtime: Romanian trio of gymnasts remain in U.S.

Truckers chase $100,000 bonus

Medical company ties in to Internet fever

The forgotten produce

Honeymooning on a budget

Health costs to keep pace with economy

Health and fitness calendar

Health capsules: Depressed bones

When pain won't go away

Marijuana may yield medicines, panel says

Small portions: Coffee still the tops

Emotional toll of infidelity

Tender tastes of home

Many specialists, little relief for chronic pain sufferers

When pain won't go away

Wine enthusiasts create a cellar's market

Indian energy plant may grow profits

Titles teach while entertaining

Schools collect pagers, phones from students

Online site allows businesses to count savings from tax cut

Popular portals have their ups and downs

Report: Company misled workers, government about dangers

Official: most federal agencies Y2K compliant

Georgia Tech to tailor degrees

Taxpayers filing electronically, but slowly

Microsoft begins settlement talks with government

Digital ads added to TV shows

Utility to lease vehicles

New database lets investors check out futures promoters online

Digital fingerprints could aid 'Melissa' investigators

Chinese 'Web TV' a hard sell

Tests raise questions about water

School officials confiscate pagers