Tanner transforming program

McGwire, Cards return to Turner Field

Despite struggles, starting pitching remains consistent

Augusta, Piedmont postponed

Midland Valley eliminates Dogs

Torre delays return

Griffey ties record with 2 slams in 2 games

Smoltz smoldering on mound

Evans sweeps Fayette County

Braves notes: Klesko still looking for power stroke

Jackets Trivia

Cubans are coming, Orioles are hurting

Brave notebook: Ligtenberg slowly recovering from surgery

Millwood shuts down Reds

Seven-run first propels Jackets past Weevils

Star Wars retailers prepare for invasion

Star Wars retailers prepare for invasion

Business briefs

Consolidation loans are not for everyone

WFXG prepares for news

Hasbro uses the force for toy wars

Leaders to take Augusta issues to Washington

Thomson could cash in on statewide road project

Additional business news

1933
The nation was skittish in 1933. Revolution was in the air. Franklin Delano Roosevelt had won the presidency the year before with a New Deal for the common man, bringing hope to some while bedeviling others. Fear drove a group of powerful businessmen to plan a military coup to steer the nation out of the Great Depression.

1999 offers new events
Rain dimples the surface of Storm Branch Lake as Eddie Beverly crouches in the water, waiting.

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

Special newspaper sponsors
The Georgia Games would like to thank the following newspapers for their involvement in this special section:

Games to open at civic center
The Opening Ceremonies for the Georgia Games will take place Friday, July 23 from 7:30 to 9 p.m., at the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center.

As many as 3,000 volunteers to assist
As many as 3,000 volunteers are being recruited from Augusta and surrounding counties to assist organizers preparing for the five-day Georgia Games Championships in July.

District Games to have 181 events
The Georgia Games District Sports Festivals, presented by Citgo, will have a record 181 events throughout May and June, leading up to the Georgia Games in Augusta July 22-25.

Young, old and non-Georgians to compete
Weekend warriors, part-time athletes and intense competitors will overrun Augusta for the 1999 Georgia Games Championships July 22-25.

Thrashers not likely to play here

Avalanche sinks Sharks

Lemieux group wants changes to Penguins

Goring introduced as Islanders coach

Future of MCG studied

Marchers give suit support

Resident says God saved her

Suspect in death was excited to become father

Officials delay Gracewood debate

Berry chomping

City commissioners rack up travel costs

Church rebuilds with a little help

Across the area

Family has seen plenty of disaster

State likely to ignore national gambling panel

PSC to begin countdown to gas marketer deadline

Schools battling burglars

Ex-member says board split into groups with different goals

Counties prepare for disasters

Authorities hoping residents will give approval to sales tax

Gardeners flock to Pendleton King Park plant swap, sale

Team keen on restoration project

Hip names change as eras pass

Proposed project's size gets scaled back

Residents remember opening doors to those in need

Council upholds firing of Grovetown officer

Investigators cite alcohol sale violations

Schrenko wants Hollywood to pay for school security

Family continues court battle over property

Clerk's office claims chairman not official

Augustans remember 25 victims

Area groups to talk about teen violence

Hyde visits area, touts Graham

Cities plan 2000 bash in downtown Augusta

Area briefs: Heath named Nurse of the Year

Midland Valley honors woman, youth

County considers armed school patrol

Rose Hill auction set for today

Family recovers from fatal storm

Fire keeping Okefenokee tourists at bay

Bucks beat Celtics

Hornets slip past Bulls

Hawks downed by Pacers

Magic push past Nets

Mrs. Lucy Brantley

Mrs. Margaret Baker

Mrs. Margaret Guy

Mrs. Peacola Griffin

Mrs. Harriet Penix

Mrs. Mattie Trotter

Dr. Robert Lester

Mrs. Annie Kendrick

Mr. George Peeler

Mrs. Evelyn Wannamaker

Mrs. Louise Charthern

Mrs. Pearlie Middleton

Ms. Catherine Fox

Mr. Thomas Ehrke

Mrs. Mary Wilkerson

Mr. Vernon Putnam

Mr. Richard DeRoberts

Mr. Joseph Swift

Mrs. Ruby Wood

Mr. James Hadden

Mr. Bennie Phelps

Ms. Lori Hastings

Mr. Arthur Baird

Backs Burke Co.school spanking 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Calls abortion `antithesis of family' 050199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Denies racism was motive in shootings 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims chemical plants polluting air 050199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims society 'sanctions' violence 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Actors shouldn't expect applause from God 050199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blames atheism for school shootings 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Exposes `racism' of New South parents 050199 - The Augusta Chronicle

More school security 050199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Ga. mulls deregulation of electric power 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers solutions to nation's problems 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blackville's victory 050199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Overtime: East District Sports Festival begins today

1999 offers new events

Unser Jr. to drive with brace

A Charismatic finish

New locale, personality set for games

Notes from the 125th Kentucky Derby

Deal may spark interest in tennis

Rain leaves LPGA little Hope

Sutton and Sindelar share lead after two rounds

New IOC reform panel expected to have 60 members

A Derby birthday bash at Churchill Downs

Will Moore go elsewhere in 2000?

Overtime: East District Sports Festival begins today

Venus Williams, Pierce advance on clay

Games to open at civic center

Craig tries to help himself in Scotland

Another dominating win for Silverbulletday

Strong field to play in women's amateur

Augusta prep tennis team captures title

Sports fest previews Georgia Games competition

District Games to have 181 events

Local trainer sees win as a redemption

Baseball, tennis playoffs rained out

Glynn Academy defeats Lakeside

As many as 3,000 volunteers to assist

Sutton up by two after three rounds

Rain washes out California 500 practice

Overtime

Young, old and non-Georgians to compete

Olympic records give glimpse of lobbying efforts

Kraft's deal keeps Patriots in Massachusetts

Speaker shares joy of life with audiences

Animals have been put on trial for years

'I do' drop

Author still as mysterious, dark as ever

National Day of Prayer presents welcome opportunity

DNA tests are needed in dispute

Film explores the ups and downs of motherhood

Reaching children

Life, art of man named Dave

Everyone needs to help the children

Vegas-style Venetian

Going down to Puerto Rico to surf? That's 'The Pointe'

Titan soars again, this time with military's Milstar

Cheap parking hurts Atlanta's air quality

Scrapbooks can trigger memories

Japanese building home of tomorrow

Web addresses can add confusion to tragic situations

Plug-ins enhance Web browsing

How much should a PC cost?

Battle lines drawn over sale of music through Internet

Ceramics plant to clean up production

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Sewage spill not major

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SUVs face strict pollution tests

Macintosh game software expanding

Spawning research