Statesboro outlasts ARC in wild matchup, 27-15

After a slow start, Harlem has no mercy on Hancock

Opening day fever hits Monterrey

Jordan fits in on club

Braves notebook: Fans' response to Jones positive

Astros blast Braves

Brooklyn-Cayce avenges loss by edging Midland Valley 2-1

Braves notebook: Braves see varied strike zone so far

Snow cancels Boston-Colorado game

Cubs sign Nomo to minor league contract

Spring training roundup: Steinbrenner loses temper, Wohlers loses control

Orioles pick up Conine

Poll: Two-thirds say federal taxes too complicated

Additional business news

Money funds fell in latest week

Tech, stock index funds performed best in first quarter

Federal Reserve policy-makers considered taking back rate cut

Bush Field preparing for traffic

Strong economy seen across the board

Sales for first baldness pill disappointing

Survey: More than 90 percent of banks imposing surcharges

Unemployment sinks to 29-year low

Stocks end higher as merger talk outweighs concerns about higher rates and war

Delaware quarters in area

Gas hike leaves Californians looking for relief at the pump

Pontiac dealer buys Buick franchise

Tokyo stocks finish mixed, dollar rises against yen

Store owner sells local furniture business

Monsanto looks to new medicine

Growth anticipated for second quarter

ATM fees lower in Georgia

1924: A look at the 20th Century
Since the close of World War I America had sought safety in isolation, ignoring rising tensions abroad that would ignite another world war. But by 1924, disturbing trends at home were making their presence felt.

This day in the Millennium: April 3
1907: The second annual Horse Show was held.

Downtown revives after decay
Downtown Augusta, born along the banks of the Savannah River in 1736, was definitely showing its age when it celebrated its 250th birthday in 1986.

This day in the Millennium: April 2
1865: Augusta's mayor formed a committee to help families of Confederate officers expelled from Savannah, Ga., by Union troops.

Blues blank Lightning

Lynx' Thompson hits winner in OT

Familiar foes go at it again, this time for title

Penguins tie Senators

Red Wings beat Blackhawks

Flyers skate past Predators

This day in the Millennium: April 3

County will face aid cuts

Ohio tourist gets jail time for littering roadside

Judge denies bond in cocaine case

Planning commission denies rezoning

Grand jury expresses concerns about center

This day in the Millennium: April 2

Pupils learn state history with exhibit

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Athletes' Olympic spirit shines

Signs tell of anger at judge

1924: A look at the 20th Century

Head start may help adjustment

Downtown revives after decay

Shepeard reports shortage

Train makes last run through Savannah

Two hospitalized for tuberculosis

Staying cool

School to get $35,000 grant for update

Festivities to highlight peach crop

Deputy arrested after he allegedly concealed video

Mayor names interim emergency agency director

Condon: Removal not legal

Fergus Young, father of Augusta mayor dies at 79

Eviction possible for two squatters

Musher visits Mead Hall pupils

Woman arrested in chase

Lottery fever is growing

Chamber dedicates new offices

County confirms firing of preparedness chief

Gambling rules might not change

Conference tackles violence prevention

Across the area

Masters fans gather seeking entry badges

Augustan sentenced to 20 years for forgery

Dumars reaches milestone in win

76ers top Heat

Hawks stop Grizzlies

Lakers stun Suns

Bucks edge Celtics

Pistons rout Bulls

Mr. Payne Johnson Sr.

Mrs. Evelyn Daniels

Ms. Helen Hudson

Mrs. Susie Williams

Mrs. Bessie Strickland

Mrs. Dorothy Williamson

Mr. Leon Myrick Jr.

Mr. Byrus Fowler

Mrs. Bessie Moxley

Mrs. Annie Maynor

Mr. Michael Moxley

Mrs. Alberta Mitchell

Mr. Jack Jenkins

Mr. Levie Godbee Jr.

Mr. Robert Twiggs

Mrs. Betty Rogers

Mr. Roy Price

Mr. Jeff Osborne

Mr. Handy Charlton

Mr. Ben Aaron

Mrs. Elouise Giddens

Mrs. Louise Woodruff

Mr. George Armstrong

Mr. Emory Brown Jr.

Mrs. Sophie Fryer

Mrs. Annie Hammond

Mr. John Tillman

Mr. Frank Stribling

Mrs. Theresa Weatherford

Mr. Leroy Brown

Mr. John Scott Jr.

Mrs. Lula Moss

Mr. Willie Smith

Mrs. Claire Henry

Mrs. Bessie Moxley

Mr. Isaac Cheatham

Mr. Washington Dowling Sr.

Mrs. Ruby Brown

Mrs. Louise Henderson

Mrs. Shirley Williams

Mrs. Emma Wilson

Mr. Garnett Sparks

Mrs. Ollie Thompson

Ms. Bessie Averett

Mr. Marshall Gillian

Mr. Enos Anthony

Mrs. Margaret Cato

Mr. Eugene Johnson

Mrs. Beatrice Cabarrus

Mr. J. Harold Griffin

Mrs. Ida Brihm

Mrs. Twilla Clark

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Urges safer office-based sedation 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits tax for funding 'flimsy frippery' 040299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits lack of treatment for 'honest' 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Searches for expected headlines 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Thank community; note second denial 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Answers letter; chides `chauvinism' 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Prevent child abuse by helping to create loving, safe homes 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

The sweet scent of memories and God's love 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Bilking Augusta taxpayers 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says every day is April Fools' Day 040399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Laments court decision in death case 040299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Guest Columnist: Despite severed diplomatic ties, the U.S. remains staunch friend of Taiwan 040299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Calls Kosovo bombing a `red herring' 040299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hingis overcomes Zvereva in second set

Courier, Martin put U.S. up 2-0

Furyk picks 'Fluff' to carry bag

Foreman subpoenaed to testify in grand jury probe

April Fool's joke is on the Bulldogs

Foreman subpoenaed to testify in grand jury probe

Dykes sprints past Lee in 100 meters

Inkster rides 67 to 4-shot cushion

Cross Creek wastes little time filling coaching positions

Jaguars: Young players Duck, Elson promising

Harrick changes mind, again

Earnhardt on pole

Sabattini moves to lead at BellSouth

Rhode Island hires DeGregorio as interim coach

Overtime: Columbia, Asheville to open here

American Thompson breaks world mark in 100 medley

Waldorf ties record at BellSouth Classic

Harrick changes mind, again

Falcons announce 1999 season schedule

Harrick's about face could hurt recruiting

Overtime: Coetzer falls to Nagyova in Family Circle

Fishing report: Midville getting prepared for 15th Redbreast Festival

Harrick's flip-flop causing confusion

Harrick explains changes of heart

Injury-plagued Irish still plan run at title

Video watch

Religion briefs: Church leaders have say on Kosovo

'Futurama' may be next big hit for Fox

Coffee, golf, faith on menu at breakfast

Concert calendar

Catholic scholar picks year's best books about Bible

Club calendar

Church bulletin

Butterflies lured to gardens with local plants, weeds

Passion for art

Augusta on the rocks

'10 Things' characters stuck in tired plot

Ramblin' Rhodes: Texas chick made trio click

Goo Goo Dolls show variety

Mini movie reviews

Garden calendar

Visual elements keep 'Matrix' interesting

Hummingbirds coming this way

Outback's huge steaks worth waiting for

Church attendance swells at Easter

Easter is witness to God's will

Applause calendar says yes to Yahoo!

Utah tribe fights state for right to build nuclear waste dump

Former investment banker keeps rolling

U.S. expands tree quarantine list

Study: Mowing the lawn may add to air pollution

Meeting to focus on organ shortage

HMO, hospital strike a deal

'Melissa' computer virus arrest made

FCC approves satellite TV deal

Lyme disease season begins but now there's help

Big step made toward growing replacement body parts

Duke nuclear plant may use space early

Astronomer helps pupils with rockets


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