Remembering Joe

Governor says he'll sign McGwire highway bill

Police charge Fries with forging prescription

NL action: Sosa's double leads win

Cuban players await cut for Orioles game

Highway named for DiMaggio

Millwood out of slump

Braves notes: Weiss in groove -- for now

Harlem tops in region

AL action: Martinez finishes what he starts for Red Sox win

Orioles are a flock heading south

Braves notebook: Chipper Jones sits out game while nursing muscle injury

Finger blister spurs GreenJackets' loss

Smoltz smokes Marlins

Bug hits county facilities

Additional business news

Phone scams on the rise

This day in the Millennium: April 27
1966: Property owned by Union Station and Georgia Railroad was chosen as the site of a new post office in Augusta.

This day in the Millennium: April 26
1970: Dr. E. Clayton Calhoun resigned as president of Paine College.

Restaurant clings to roots
Beneath the clink of forks twirling up strands of spaghetti, the ping of wine glasses full of Chianti toasting a hearty meal and the sounds of Dean Martin singing That's Amore, members of the Ballas family -- lifelong proprietors of Luigi's restaurant at 504 Broad St. -- gather at a back table to reminisce about half a century of food and family.

Streets full of history
Grovetown's Robinson Avenue provides a scenic and impressive panorama in the spring.

New locale, personality set for games
Along with a new home, a new personality may be in store for the Georgia Games Championships.

Jagr, Devils not confident

Red Wings attempt to complete sweep

Blake suspended for one game for cross-checking

Questionable goal puts 'Canes ahead

Jagr not confident -- and Devils may not be, either

Stars shine brightest in third period

Buffalo eyes sweep of higher-seeded Senators

Restaurant clings to roots

Man seeks new trial in 20-year-old robbery

Pet projects attract tax funds

Officials to assist pupils

Streets full of history

This day in the Millennium: April 26

Aid for refugees sought

7-year-old killed in accidental shooting

Senate reshuffles hands for video poker debate

Document starts local controversy

Home front: Jones sparks new art

Sheriff's deputies to patrol county schools

Man sets up fund to honor son

Ethiopian burn victim gets local aid

Ordinance limits sale of alcohol

Area breifs: Counties still on alert for fires

Waste tax increase not in sight

Probe into slaying continues

Jury convicts Elko man in clerk killing

Barr amendment helps wife's group

Norwood demands war's end

Police arrest suspect in slaying

Black leaders renew objection to state flag

Arrest made in child's murder

Three Republicans uncontested in city council race

Additional area news

Me and my Shadow

Builder questions validity of Augusta historic district

Wallace, Best fined by NBA

Cavs activate Anderson, place Knight on injured list

Hawks soar past Bucks

Jazz whip Sonics by 17

Mr. Garnett Root Jr.

Mr. Joseph Sessions Jr.

Mrs. Susie Shelton

Ms. Lois Jordan

Mrs. Dovie Thomas

Mr. Ross Reese

Mr. Robert Johnson

Mrs. Bessie Harrell

Mr. Tommie Davis

Mrs. Mary Steuernagel

Mrs. Helen Smith

Mrs. Janice Stripling

Mrs. Malura Theobald

Mrs. Flossie Wheeler

Mr. Charles Murphy

Mrs. Kalpana Rakkhit

Ms. Helen Woodford

Mrs. Virginia LaMonte

Mrs. Kyong Pemberton

Mrs. Rose Glowny

Mr. Vincent Irle

Mrs. Dorothy Wilson

Mr. James Boatwright

Mrs. Ruby Gilland

Mrs. Miriam Rountree

Rev. Harvey Poole

Mrs. Elizabeth Baker

Ms. Lucille Clark

Mrs. Alberta Croft

Mr. James Williamson

Mrs. Henrietta Johnson

Mrs. LaVerne Hallman

Mr. Dennis Funderburk

Mrs. Jimmie Dickson

Mr. Donald Hertel

Mr. Mac Edwards Jr.

Mrs. Ruby Renfroe

Mrs. Sarah Owens

Mr. Charles Byars

Mr. Thomas Elliott

Ms. Louise Thomas

A perspective: War-time journal of an American missionary 042699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises quick action in gun incident 042699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says law would protect consumers 042799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Dislikes our focus on no prison bids 042799 - The Augusta Chronicle

A draft won't work 042699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Requests God be allowed in school 042799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Complains about loss of 'new rock' 042699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reward vigilance 042799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Guest column: We pay the consequences for Clinton's dishonor 042799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Questions how tragety could have been avoided 042799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits 'community tenor' for baby death 042699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Save whistle-blower 042699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges getting back to value building 042799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Overtime: USC Aiken golf team in regional play

Tyson won't fight 'anytime soon'

Parnevik wins at 23-under

Fleisher birdies final hole for third Seniors win in '99

New locale, personality set for games

Overtime: New program on outdoors due Thursday

Earnhart eyes another championship

Defending champ loses in Munich

Olympics' $2 billion man leaves for airlines

Aquinas has high hopes

Elway announcement set for Sunday

Athletes get 'special admits' at Georgia

Kentucky Derby threesome is at it again

NASCAR notes: Nine-car pileup forces Gordon to finish well back at No. 38

IAAF strips silver medal from Slaney

Kicking back into shape

Teen claims success in wart fight

Off the Wall: Some guys are simply too picky

Dogs are bullish about weight-pulling competition

Age old questions: Weigh benefits of surgery against the risks

The big screen


Driving ambition

Second half of 'Forces' makes up for first

Defensive driving is important for all drivers

Xtreme fashion

Hot spots on the Net

Doctor e-mails aid to faraway sailors

Fishery plan for sharks, swordfish aims to rebuild stock

FDA approves fat-blocking diet drug

Satellite device tracks children

Cook up start menu that fits your taste

Answers to computer questions

Simba can't be proud of this sequel

What to do with e-mail attachments

Local nutritionist researched diet drug

New items of interest

Russia unveils crucial new segment of international space station

Court to rule on FDA crackdown on cigarette sales

States compete for chance to soar into new era of space transportation

HIV-suppressing treatments won't cure infection, study says

Visiting worlds you won't want to leave