Eagles, Blue Devils in 4-A tiebreaker

Mets top Cubs

Evans' sweep yields playoff berth

Glavine winless after rout

Wohlers warming up to Reds

Williston-Elko pound Wagener-Salley

Hit in 37th game in row is lackluster

GreenJackets unravel to RedStixx

'Pack earns playoff spot

Harlem beats Jefferson, face Swainsboro next

Jackets drop third straight

Foreman extends streak in style

Strong finish propels Jackets into playoffs

McGlinchy hero back home

Braves notebook: Millwood searches for pitching flaw

Chamber unveils new logo, name

State's jobless rate dips

Companies recognized for state contributions

Banquet facility for sale

Software piracy costs state

Home Depot readies site

State to tackle water pollution
For the past two decades, cars were Georgia's hot environmental topic. In the next century, the battlegrounds will be the roads cars ride upon and the blacktops where they park.

1930: A look at the 20th Century
Bobby Jones won the Grand Slam and ignited golf fever in Augusta in 1930.

This day in the Millennium: April 23
1564: English poet and dramatist William Shakespeare is believed to have been born; he died 52 years later, also on April 23.

This day in the Millennium: April 24
1953: the Georgia Pacific Plywood Co. announced plans to move its corporate offices to Olympia, Wash., after 25 years in Augusta.

Kovalev misses playoff opener with wrist injury

Injured Francis doubtful for Game 2

Flyers rely on checking to stall Leafs

Past is evident as Hurricanes move into future

Selanne says he needs to be patient, play better

With thoughts elsewhere, Avs return to ice

Peca does it all for Sabres in Game 1

1930: A look at the 20th Century

This day in the Millennium: April 24

NRC chief offers challenge to youth

Environmental programs win honor for Kings Bay

State steadfast on advisories for eating fish

Celebrate 2000 banners decorate city

Two Augustans on candidates list

Student linked to murder-for-hire case

Area briefs: Third wreck victim dies from injuries

Area briefs: Robbery suspects plead not guilty

DNA test critical to arrests

School punishment sparks wrath from parent

Jackets addition a Littleton native

Woman free on bond in abandonment case

Painting colors in girl's life

Verdict could hurt shelters, expert says

Schrenko: No local link found

Colorado legislators pull gun bills

Statements open Elko man's trial

Clinic to expand care for certified indigent

Mourning Keenan

Barnes announces recommendations

Test your workplace for feds

Letter accuses mayor

Investigators: All leads crucial to O'Mailia case

TV turnoff not easy for viewers

Report: More remedial work needed for college bound

Edgefield County takes first glimpse at zoning plan

Police probe burning

Community invited to service

Governor approves campus safety bills

State to tackle water pollution

Evans-Colorado link addressed

Doctors build foundation for office

Taste of Aiken offers treat

Nuggets resume play three days after tragedy

NBA legend Bing visits Paine athletes

Mr. Tom Twilley

Mrs. Inia Steed

Mrs. Stella Rabun

Mr. Eugene Whitfield

Mr. Malcolm Cole Sr.

Mrs. Beulah Tharpe

Mrs. Daisy Pierce

Mr. Joshua Moses

Mrs. Andrea Payne

Mrs. Samile Kennedy

Mr. Andrew Wilson

Mrs. Lula Holsenback

Mrs. Donna Williamson

Mr. Donald Germany

Mr. E. Smith

Ms. Aleathia Young

Mrs. Gloria Randall

Mrs. Kathleen Reville

Mr. Leon Sabb Jr.

Mrs. Elvie Harmon

Mr. John Meyer

Ms. Stephanie Trowell

Ms. Barbara Williams

Mr. Boyce Hopkins

Mr. Horace Kelley

Mr. Henry Long

Advocates carrying gun for protection 042499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Saluting Rebel heritage 042499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Goofy cheerleading 042399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Guest Column: Georgia, other interior areas direly need help dealing with illegal immigrants 042399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts national sales tax proposal 042499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Credits success to Teacher of Year 042399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Welcomed crackdown 042399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Guest Column: S.C. labor leader finds no room forworking people at the governor's table 042399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Satirizes 'perpetual' ethnic cleansing 042399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Save milk price reform! 042499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: How to have certainty in the face of death 042499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Josey's Brantley to be honored today

Schrader wins another Talladega pole

Martin fails to make Busch field in Talladega

Courtesy docks on lake great; most in need of upkeep

Greenbrier hopes to find victory in defeat

Overtime: Ex-Piston Bing speaks at Paine

State Hall of Fame opens in Macon

O'Leary says farewell, for now

Odds against Falcons' late selection

Lakeside shuts out Houston in soccer

Nevada KOs Arum's call for open scoring

Open scoring to get a fighting chance at MCI Center

Overtime: Foreman tries to extend his hitting streak

Daunting Talladega track awaits Winston Cup drivers

Marketing firm may have conflicts of interests

Parnevik shoots 65 to take one-shot lead in Greensboro Classic

Tech, Southern to wrap up drills

Garcia off to great start in pro debut

SEC notes: Another prep star ends Florida stay

Cream of prep golfers in Wyatt tournament

Falcons addition has long road to travel

Florida anglers wonder why state's bass larger in other areas

Wolfpack looking flawless again

Mallorca, Lazio to play in last Cup Winners Cup final

Comedian's career one of handstands

On the right note

Soil samples best way to pick the right lawn fertilizer

Charles Osgood relishes his 'Sunday Mornings'

Outdoor festivals feature savory sights and sounds

Dr. Laura joins other radio personalities going to TV

Canal cruise promises relaxing fun

Singer desires success apart from 'Ally McBeal'

Ramblin' Rhodes: Bluegrass sounds join spring chorus

Sikhs commemorate 300-year anniversary

Cultivating beauty

Love is the most precious of gifts

Pastors to share wealth in pulpit exchange, joint service

Dark undercurrent

Scientists study effects of stress on prostates

Researchers find human ancestor who carved meat

Asian flight plans to be simplified

Broadcasters look exploit digital technology

Earliest human ancestor remains debated

Expert warns of safety glitch in online shopping software

AT&T sets rival bid for MediaOne

Professor wins world's single largest prize for invention

Countdown goes down to zero, but rocket stays on pad