Chief Wahoo protesters burn coffin

GreenJackets win home opener

Saberhagen helps Boston to best start since 1955

Jackets stifled in 9th

Hand-transplant patient throws out first pitch

ASU notebook

Braves escape with win

Jackets' opener calls in spring

Morris out for year after surgery

GreenJackets tonight

Braves' first week a peek at future

Business briefs: Indexes set records

Insurance: Reform law not factored in

Businesses spend on lobbying

High-tech business now hiring

Mall inches closer to a sale

Federal worker-safety agency needs help, witnesses say

Intel quarterly profit up 57 percent

Cheeks wants check-cashing companies outlawed

American Airlines may get antitrust suit

Orchard Square attracts tenants

UConn's El-Amin faces drug charges

Advice for a bewildered Blue Devil

This day in the Millennium: April 13
1847: L.D. Ford was re-elected as Augusta's mayor.

Area students getting inventive for 2000 contest
Students from throughout the Augusta and Aiken areas have donned their thinking caps to come up with ideas in a contest for inventions that may affect people's lives in the first year of the new millennium.

Harlem was entertainment hub
The town of Harlem, chartered on Oct. 24, 1870, for many years was the premier entertainment center of Columbia County.

Market opened by fund
BOSTON -- It seemed ordinary enough at the time -- a few guys pooling their money to invest in stocks like Lowell Bleachery Co.

City has long medical history
One of Augusta's early medical facilities, Wilhenford Hospital, stood on Harper Street about where a Medical College of Georgia parking deck stands today. The site is next to the medical office complex at Harper and St. Sebastian Way.

This day in the Millennium: April 14
1860: Foster Blodgett's four-vote win in the Augusta mayor's race was confirmed by a recount.

Gretzky ponders retirement

Will Wayne Gretzky retire?

This day in the Millennium: April 14

Local and area briefs

Across the area

New parkways may be opened by 2002, some legislators say

Visitors leave city looking clean

Governor suspends state lawmaker from Savannah

Developer announces plans for old school

Tucker prepares to leave

City has long medical history

Aiken DUI task force posts results

Skateboard park sought for Columbia County

17-year-old earns bachelor's

Teach-in covers Kosovo war

Clubs spurring outrage

Mother indicted in baby's trash bin death

Spring cleaning

Complex is granted go-ahead

Lawyer wants to keep sludge trial in Augusta

Committee advances license request

Planning for success

Both sides in agreement

A column of biblical proportions

Bulldog goes snake-hunting

Flames scorch Georgia

This day in the Millennium: April 13

Area students getting inventive for 2000 contest

Coach on paid leave pending investigation

Pipeline patrons wanted

Pollen permeating air

Harlem was entertainment hub

Father sentenced to 3 years in shaking infant

Up, up and away

Group probing official

Court denies permit for condominiums

Recorded arrest suit dropped

GreenJackets' home opener calls in spring

Midville man accused of moving stolen goods

Malone and Johnson suspended, fined

Celtics rout Cavaliers


Mr. Newton Tiller

Mr. Sam Williams

Mrs. Desser Council

Mrs. Willie Jones

Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes

Mr. Gary Dinkins

Mr. William Collins

Mrs. Naida Beard

Mr. Eugene Terry

Mr. Carl Brigdon

Mrs. Nina Hodges

Mrs. Marjorie Upchurch

Mrs. Terry Salvesen

Mrs. Mary Gantt

Mrs. Betty Kneece

Samara Eubanks

Mr. Paxton Jones

Mr. George Crawford

Mrs. Jimmie Kennerly

Mrs. Annie Duell

Mr. Billy Moon

Mr. William Revis

Mrs. Estelle Redmond

Mr. Derry Ward

Mrs. Jimmie Powell

Mr. Lamar Jones

Mr. Kenneth Ware Sr.

Mrs. Mary Isaac

Mrs. Leona Drummond

Mrs. Evelyn Wiley

Mr. Roy Hallman Sr.

Mr. Joseph Stevens

Mrs. Rosa Bing

Mrs. Frances Whittet

Mrs. Mattye Thompson

Mr. James Johnson Jr.

Mrs. Ruby Jones

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Masters TV ratings rise

Masters champion returns to Spain

Indy speeds zoom higher

Derrick heads Wolfpack

Like old times, Agassi beats Becker

Third strike yields Greenbrier win

Visitors leave city looking clean

Overtime: USC Aiken to lose Casas after season

USC's offense depleted

Avery undecided about turning pro

Harvey looking to play outside Georgia

Age old questions

Supermarket shopper: Cart redesign launches vocal debate

Celebrity chef tells what the stars eat

Cooking students get serious about Thai food

Getting even is not productive

'Shuz' gives footwear aficionados reason to click their heels

Headaches may signal an addiction to caffeine

CNN picks up viewers during times of war, crisis

Beer offers cooks a variety of recipes

Senior calendar

Small portions: TV nation

A passion for pasta

Audio best

Going solo


Teen singer Britney enjoying the limelight

Xtreme style

The big screen

Air Force still trying to rescue stranded satellite

Breast cancer drug more effective than thought

Former SRS workers subject of study

Evidence points to theory of separate evolution

Media companies have different strategies for web

Melting in Antartica quickens

Cybercafe features urban myths

Immune booster shows promise against pancreatic cancer

IBM deal to combat pirated music on Internet

Endangered whooping crane lays eggs in wild

FAA confident in Y2K repairs

Net effect: Old media, new technology

Navy flight student honed skills with cheap computer game

Geniuses young, brillant -- and $1 million richer

AP's 'The WIRE' honored by Smithsonian


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