GreenJackets enter home field in new era

Braves notebook: Braves embark on long road trip on high note

Deja vu for Braves' Jones

Johnson, Diamondbacks stomp Braves

Crawdads rally past Augusta

Braves notes: Boone is not troubled by slow start at plate

Red topple Cardinals as McGwire begins count

Overtime: Jags sweep doubleheader from Pacers

Mets roll pass Expos

Torre watching from the outside

Devil Rays scar Red Sox record

SEC roundup: Georgia dumps South Carolina

Gamecocks rebound past Bulldogs

Brewers top Astros

Zimmer insists bad knee may force him from baseball

Baseball notebook: Aaron's 715th 'crushed' Francona

Jags top Pacers, eye NCAA bid

Red Sox stuff Tampa

Astros pass Brewers

Players can start out small

Tax frenzy heating up, experts say

Business calendar: Computer courses scheduled

Business briefs: Summer program scheduled

Mills thrived in early 1900s
It was an 1840s experiment based on the promise of man-made water power.

This day in the Millennium: April 12
1817: Freeman Walker was elected Augusta's intendant; two years later, the Georgia Legislature changed the title to mayor and Mr. Walker finished his term with the new title.

1927: A look at the 20th Century
Professional sports' roots grew deep in Augusta in 1927. Augustan Ty Cobb, a native of Elberton, Ga., played what he said would be his ``final'' year of baseball with a .357 batting average. Mr. Cobb later signed to play another year, making him baseball's first millionaire.

This day in the Millennium: April 11
1832: Samuel Hale was re-elected mayor of Augusta.

Avalanche topple Blues

Leafs demolish Panthers

Unstopable Stars take Kings

Devils storm Canadiens

Hurricanes skate past Islanders

This day in the Millennium: April 11

Area Muslims demonstrate NATO support

Citizens try stopping proposed state prison

Mills thrived in early 1900s

Probation problems continue to grow

Vandals deface business

Experts seek seed from storied oak

Electrical short halts 'Chronicle' presses

Authority expected to speed road projects

This day in the Millennium: April 12

In sleep, I was ahead of the curve

State lottery closer to approval

Explosion hurls welding tanks

State lacks ID law on prescriptions

Workers begin leg work for census

Rabbi author plans talks for Augusta

Record stands after 67 years

Cumberland Island museum is nest of turtle research

Visitors see Augusta by rail

Set free while inside

Area briefs: Traffic violations charged in robbery

More time required to complete gambling network

Officials gauge impact of EPA rules

Fire department rules less alarming

Pre-k, kindergarten sign-up set this week

Area balloonist rises above daily stresses

Arrest made in rape case

Area briefs: Courthouse annex up to Congress

Childhood home sits in Augusta National

New traffic system to speed commutes

1927: A look at the 20th Century

Jazz play through Rockets

Nets routed by Knicks

Mr. James Davis

Mrs. Lela Bridgeman

Mrs. Barbara Mitchell

Mrs. Caryl Radke

Mr. W.J. Moon

Mr. William Revis

Mr. Carl Milton

Mr. R.J. Hollingsworth

Mr. Walton Huggins

Mr. Reginald Carter

Mrs. Mae Waters

Mrs. Keiko Rossi

Mr. Adams Salley

Mr. Laurence Lillie

Mrs. Louise Stone

Miss Nancy Hettinga

Mrs. Nettie Porter

Mrs. Ollie Jordan

Mrs. Duschia Irving

Mrs. Myra Foster

Samara Eubanks

Mrs. Esther Gheesling

Mrs. Sara Bufford

Mr. Joseph Thomasson

Mr. Michael Zeigler

Mrs. Jean Kovacs

Mr. Special Hill

Mr. Lee Hobbs

Mrs. Lillian Langley

Mrs. Eva Grant

Mr. Rhett Baughman

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Mims, Williams showcase abilities

Overtime: Seles halts long drought, tops Dragomir

Questions about record catch left after Perry's death

Three drivers suspended for six months

Columbia County duo bags gobblers

Wallace gets redemption at Bristol

G-Day lines up back talent

Falcons have needs, but none glaring

McNown following in Plummer's smaller footsteps

Gamecocks' offense steps up at Saturday's scrimmage

Baily back in true form

Bowden quietly unveils new Tiger team

ESPN listing century's 50 greatest athletes

Dragomir to meet a tough Seles

Williams puts on a show for drafters

Conflict may affect travelers

Best selling books

Rice looks to God and redemption in latest novel

Planning early can allow you to hit the European roads without a bump

`Star Wars' hype is no phantom for George Lucas

Arts calendar

Book offers cautionary warning against all millennium hysteria

Thank-you notes are still proper

Miracles common in mystical villages

Need for Speed opens up the road for lead-foot drivers

River at risk from Atlanta pollution

Golden Bear works out the kinks for links game play

Recognizing computer viruses can help you avoid them

Common medicines to prevent heart disease may also ward off colon cancer

Heart smart

NASA considering all-female crews for science

Consistency? Sorry, this is Windows 98

Artistic design boosts Apple

Under watchful eyes, aviation computers get Y2K test

Air Force scrambling to rescue stranded satellite

Casting the Net on `Art Crimes'

India tests new missile, raising fears of arms race

The end is near? Not really

Study: Clutter of advertising soaring on prime-time television

Syphon puts players in the heat of action as a spy

To avoid viruses, be wary of attachments

Researchers find new links between mind and body

California bones may complicate theory on settlement of Americas