Victory keeps Maddux perfect

Blackville-Hilda whiz aims at Class A softball crown

Schieffer trades Rangers presidency for Ballpark-area development role

Braves notebook: Jordan attributes hot start to being at home

Draft favorites hope for rings

Offense rescues Glavine

Clemens placed on 15-day DL because of hamstring problem

Clemens hamstrung in bid for record

Playoffs drudge up last years' stinger

Braves' young outfielder trying to live up to hype

S. Carolina teams begin title quests

Indians rise above Athletics

Relief pitchers fail; Suns nip Jackets

Mariners romp Tigers

Braves notebook: Patience is key for A. Jones

Baseball playoffs begin Friday

Companies' recipes top secret

Change remains constant

Phoenix rises to new heights

Metal detector industry swamped with school orders

Muslim takes Papa John's to court over topping

SunTrust consolidation will cut 6 positions

Local firm raises $5 million

Peace is a better buy than war

Even managers shop around

Security key to winning spy game

Shooting coverage dominates ratings

Mall competes with Exchange

Additional business news

Business briefcase: Home-based working

Corporate spying hits info age

More job seekers lack basics

Create useful application forms

'Branchless' banks gain appeal

Bills fuel confusion

Garbage can be a security risk

Brokerage ads worry consumer advocates

Forklift driver works to give

Book looks at first oil tycoon

Absent workers cost millions

Augusta seen as enticing

Lawyer rooted in success

Businessman praises league at open house

Building declines locally

Area business briefs

Job screenings standard

Bills fuel confusion

Q&A: Partner stresses efficiency

Local roots run deep for Sanders
The unique historical footnote for Carl E. Sanders, as 2000 approaches, is that he will go down as the only 20th century Georgia governor born in Augusta.

Course history more than golf
Legends concerning Augusta National Golf Club have cited details of visits to the club's property by Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto in 1540 and Georgia founder James Edward Oglethorpe in 1733.

This day in the Millennium: April 30
1991: An internal investigation by the Richmond County Sheriff's Department cleared two deputies of brutality charges.

This day in the Millennium: April 29
1977: Augusta College's Reese Library was dedicated. Today, the college is known as Augusta State University.

Mall to lease space to games committee
Regency Mall agreed Thursday to lease the vacant and former Belk department store building to the Augusta Games Committee for 22 days in July.

Augusta celebrates new aquatic center
Standing pool-side with her mother, 20-month-old Rebecca Fazekas was dying to take a plunge at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Augusta Aquatics Center.

Young star helps Coyotes take 3-1 lead

Red Wings coach continues winning streak

Lemieux group meets with arena landlord

Finishing a series has been tough for Coyotes

Officers to search schools for weapons

Auditors dispute figures

Rotary Club honors 'Chronicle' columnist

Dismissal efforts target professor

Area briefs: Teen sentenced for molesting boy

Mother led to believe her son killed in wreck

Area briefs: Part of Riverwalk closed for now

Peeps get scientists' attention

Report stresses activity

Peeps get scientists' attention

Donation overload

Official suggests venue changes

Course history more than golf

Evans High drops guidance job

Delegates plan for meeting

New facility to provide health care

Local roots run deep for Sanders

Police question slaying suspect

Officials cite misinformation

Tax increases frustrate residents

Request submitted to curb lobby spending

Local firm raises $5 million

Residents will continue to fight

Mother remembers son

Housing authority applies for federal funds

Pupils get lesson on country life

Rotary Club honors 'Chronicle' columnist

Cold-weather fans

Doctors to dish it out for annual MCG event

Downs admits to previous murder

Deputies set to patrol public schools

Campaign to offer free fire detectors

Murderer to offer scholarship

Students discuss shootings

Hawks' Henderson says he's finally 100 percent fit

Rockets drop to Mavericks

Knicks end 76ers' streak

WNBA, union still have unresolved issues in labor pact

Mourning to miss two more games

Williams lifts Pistons over Nets

Pacers watching prize slip away

Hawks slide past Knicks

Mrs. Denetra Farmer

Mr. Lewis Cook

Mrs. Ruth Scott

Lt. Col. Frederick Garland

Mrs. Smithie Hilton

Mr. Winfred Bancroft

George Cheatham

Mr. Thomas Meeks

Mrs. Minnie Brown

Mrs. Janie Allen

Ms. Willie Allen

Mr. John Dove

Mrs. Frances Jones

Mr. Paul Nabahe

Mr. Joseph Young

Mrs. Josephine Wiggins

Mr. Asher Lamb

Mr. John Glover

Ms. Jessie Kelsey

Mrs. Fannie Hampton

Mrs. Beatrice Williams

Mrs. Jessie Hopkins

Mrs. Charlie Stephens

Mrs. Vertie Durr

Mr. Otto Grubbs

Mrs. Lorraine Griffin

Mr. King Gibbs

Mr. Willie Burnett

Mr. McKinley Daniel

Mr. Adam Strom

Mr. Alfred Mason Sr.

Mr. Benjamin Moore

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Advocates uniforms for students 043099 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Raps NATO, U.N. over Balkan conflict 042999 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Urges reconsideration of ordinance 042999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends right to desecrate U.S. flag 043099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Questions approach to oppression 042999 - The Augusta Chronicle

Shocking House vote 043099 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Gun control pretext 043099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Former Virginia Tech quarterback arraigned on rape charge

Baffert decision expected

Martin happy to be heading to friendly track

Augusta celebrates new aquatic center

Festival this weekend

Thompson reveals no future plans

Overtime: Jones to quit Bulldogs for shot at pros

Two players leave Kentucky basketball team

Happiness for grandpa is taking kids fishing

Consecutive eagles key big round for rookie

Sanders undergoes big toe surgery; status uncertain

Legends must know when to quit

Sembach, Odom key Wolfpack's victory

Mall to lease space to games committee

Crew tops Wizards

Baffert has favorite for third straight Derby win

Tomberlin out to change PWC image

Bedding down

Viagra's popularity shows no sign of fading

Commentary: Viewers must separate medium from message

Blind Willie returns to Thomson

Health capsules: HIV hoax

Midtown Atlanta to be rocking

Surgeons pump new life into heart surgery

Country festival grows, relocates to fairgrounds

Willie Nelson spans musical landscape

Singers help compensate for staging in 'Carmen'

Celebrating the caregivers

Weed-and-feed fertilizers for lawns not all the same

Spreading new idea on disease

Movie does not compare to 'Fiddler' lively production

Dedication kept band together

Songwriter very versatile with words

IRS finds 15 cases of file snooping

Smithsonian explores culture of ancient Ainu people

Parasite may cause extra-legged frog

Deal made as Gates fought court battle

Hotter than normal April temperatures, water shortage in India

Veto threatens Y2K bill

Safety of anthrax vaccine debated

Missile strikes suburb in Bulgarian capital

Internet panel finally ready to start talking online taxes

Young inventors honored for gadgets

SRS shows investigation tools

Y2K litigation bill stalled by political dispute