Smoltz' numbers good, but elbow is even better

Diamondbacks smooth over Phillies

To everything there's a season, even for Aaron

Pirates 3 blank Padres

Hampton gets hot for Wolfpack

Braves notebook: Simon, Hunter are solid at first in Klesko's absence

Marlins end losing streak over Giants

Devil Rays top Red sox

White Sox take Mariners

Jackets blacked out again

Braves unstoppable against Dodgers

Braves' bats getting hotter

Rockies rally to beat Expos

For Strawberry, no news is good news

Marge Schott agrees to sell control of Reds

Dodgers edge Braves in poor pitching war

Study: Area needs to diversify

Aiken bank reports profit again

BellSouth teams up with Quest

Additional business news

SRS job increase unlikely

Mattel to close Augusta factory

This day in the Millennium: April 21
1649: The Maryland Toleration Act, which provided for freedom of worship for all Christians, was passed by the Maryland assembly.

Mystery shrouds architect death
What was so humiliating to prominent Augusta architect Harry Ten Eyck Wendell that led to his attempted escape from city police and resulted in his death at age 55?

Courthouse endures changes
Probate Court Judge Pat Hardaway remembers her early days at the Columbia County Courthouse about 30 years ago.

This day in the Millennium: April 20
1948: The Augusta Ministerial discuss the recent rise in Ku Klux Klan membership; St. Paul's Episcopal Church already had denounced the Klan as un-Christian.

Robinson out as Kings coach

NHL steps up pressure to resolve Penguins' bankruptcy

Avs won't take Shark's bait

Will Flyers be grounded without Lindros?

Chelios plays with Butkus-like intensity

Freaknik praised by city leaders

House fire kills woman despite rescue efforts

Lawyers seek photo use in child exploitation case

Men lead easy lives, list shows

Area briefs: Aiken County sees spate of blazes

Schools in fear of violence

This day in the Millennium: April 20

Early ending for Mark II theater

Police find gunshot victim dead on I-20

Past shootings in Augusta-Aiken area schools

Autopsy shows sexual assault, strangulation

Area briefs: Investigators probe suspect's records

Local owner defends his store

Girl claims sexual assault aboard school bus

Mayor will not resign despite residents' plea

Sexual offender lists checked

Barnes OKs superagency

This day in the Millennium: April 21

Mystery shrouds architect death

Application deadline passes for manager

One firm picked for sewer deal

Most students find HOPE hard to keep

President honors Augusta teacher

Public input sought on new proposal

Tucker begins job in Columbia County

Barnes inks HMO bill across state

Driven to anger

Evans students arrested in gun possession

Panel OKs measure on sewer discharge

Officials courting business

Courthouse endures changes

Man to plead guilty to his wife's murder

Jackpots banned by judge

Mental health center official resigns

Study suggests 1 in 5 women raped at UGA

Counties may swap water services

Local legislators split on video gambling

Mayor assures Greeneway still safe

Origin of swimsuit sought in murder case

Grant aims at eyesore houses

Charges mount against suspect in crime spree

Judge refuses to dismiss child molestation charge

Crackdown tied to spring break event

Avery says move to aid family

Spurs down Jazz

Rockets fire through SuperSonics

Jordan, Hornets owner trying to work out the details

Hawks' Henderson out with bruised tailbone

Knicks fall to 76ers

Pacers take Celtics

Imperfect world lures Avery to NBA draft

Hornets continue streak, top Nets

Heat burns Cavaliers

That's Principal Michael Jordan, to you

Bulls hold back Wizards

Hawks strike from outside against Raptors

Avery receives key to the city

Mr. Robert Jackson

Mrs. Bessie Martin

Mr. Wayne Brock

Mr. Harry Moore Jr.

Mr. John Campbell

Mrs. Elizabeth Garrett

Mrs. Naomi Key

Mr. James Vinson Jr.

Mrs. Alice Bishop

Mrs. Georgie Beard

Mrs. Annie Williamson

Mrs. Connie Munoz

Mrs. Sallie Wimberly

Mrs. Patsy Holley

Mr. Richmond Goode

Mrs. Vella Crosby

Mrs. Christine Hazel

Mrs. Castealia Smith

Mr. William Stewart Jr.

Mrs. Madeline Kelly

Mr. James Stapleton Jr.

Mr. Harmon Alderman

Mr. Samuel Heidt

Mr. Joseph Burke

Mr. Robert Browner

Mr. Thomas Darden

Mrs. Josephine Crenshaw

Mr. Claude Wells

Mr. John Braswell

Mrs. Lizzie Manuel

Keenan O'Mailia

Mr. William Turner

Mrs. Marion Jowers

Mr. Samuel Heidt

Mr. Willie Prather

Mrs. Burnice Denton

Mrs. Mary Davis

Mr. John Polonus

Mr. Richard Garner

Mrs. Kathryn Dyer

Mr. Warren Rees

Protests 'appalling, offensive' cartoon 042099 - The Augusta Chronicle

A truly evil killing 042199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Clean up toxic peril 042099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Concludes fight is a 'civil war' 042099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits format change at radio station 042199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Supports restoration of censorship 042099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Three more years 042099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers praise for Teacher of the Year 042199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Augusta's golf stock gets a boost by prep playoffs

Harvey to play for Gators

O'Leary penalized by NCAA

U.S. moves on in Fed Cup behind Seles

Overtime: Forrest may box in televised bout in Augusta

Two months and counting for Women's World Cup

Adjudicator rules Johnson can appeal lifetime ban

Falcons sign nine rookie free agents

Senator says IOC reform steps 'tepid,' asks for monthly updates

Overtime: Ledford plans to transfer to USC Aiken

Overtime: Grant's sprained ankle latest setback for Vols

Kenya rules '90s in Boston; Roba takes third women's title

Aiken grad stands in long line of greatness

Overtime: Ledford plans to transfer to USC Aiken

Site for rematch could be set in May

Olazabal's sand wedge gets its own name

Doctor's mere presence can raise blood pressure

Simple salmon salad mimics restaurant fare

Small portions

Study: Go ahead, have an egg

Off the wall: Women, sun are hazardous to health

The perfect dress

The big screen


Xtreme calendar

Net chat: Third Eye Blind

Audio best

Baby boomers targeted for bifocal contact lenses

Best Buy stops sales of iMacs in spat over color

New law legalizes electronic signatures

Diet drug maker settles fen-phen suit

Air Force scrambling to rescue stranded satellite

Electronic devise stops grocery cart thefts

Spacecraft's main antenna stuck

FCC may ease station ownership rules

Researchers study centenarians for clues to longevity

Bones may complicate theory on settlement of Americas

Some satellite TV customers can keep getting network shows

Mercury contamination standard eased