Midland Valley eliminates Dogs

Jackets ace blanks Piedmont

Evans sweeps Fayette County

Millwood shuts down Reds

Braves notebook: Galarraga gets encouraging update

Tanner transforming program

Trio eyes second title

Griffey ties record with 2 slams in 2 games

Braves sweep Reds

Despite struggles, starting pitching remains consistent

Nomo makes pitching appearance with Huntsville Stars

Seven-run first propels Jackets past Weevils

McGwire, Cards return to Turner Field

Jackets Trivia

Brave notebook: Ligtenberg slowly recovering from surgery

Hasbro uses the force for toy wars

Thomson could cash in on statewide road project

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Consolidation loans are not for everyone

Suburbs boom into rural Georgia
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- Marvin Hughes staked out his piece of the American dream on 10 green acres with a smooth-running stream, a waterfall and plenty of peace and privacy.

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.

This day in the Millennium: May 3
1949: Two Augusta women, Mrs. C.J. Crout and Mrs. L.E. Willige, were named to posts on the Georgia Parent Teacher Association.

Maple Leafs blank Flyers

Thrashers not likely to play here

St. Louis Blues force Game 7 against Coyotes

Penguins beat Devils in overtime

Avalanche sinks Sharks

Berry chomping

Resident says God saved her

Ceremony honors veterans

Hearing scheduled on massage facilities

Official's speech stresses child safety

PSC to begin countdown to gas marketer deadline

Suspect in death was excited to become father

Aiken to be ready for Y2K

Arson suspected at old school

Disease kills scores of eagles, waterfowl

Home Front: Violin repairer's work not simply fiddling around

Court program up for award

Church rebuilds with a little help

Tragedy turns to triumph

Pollen counters put findings on hot line

Hyde visits area, touts Graham

Family recovers from fatal storm

Residents remember opening doors to those in need

Authorities hoping residents will give approval to sales tax

Counties prepare for disasters

City commissioners rack up travel costs

Family has seen plenty of disaster

Across the area

This day in the Millennium: May 3

Ex-member says board split into groups with different goals

Augusta, Aiken emphisize character

County considers armed school patrol

Suburbs boom into rural Georgia

Hip names change as eras pass

Across the area

Gardeners flock to Pendleton King Park plant swap, sale

Deregulation to affect ocean ports

Marchers give suit support

SuperSonics lose to Lakers

Bucks beat Celtics

Spurs stomp Jazz

Ms. Lucille Middleton

Mrs. Ruby Wood

Mrs. Mary Wilkerson

Mrs. Martha Davis

Mrs. Peacola Griffin

Mrs. Jean Moses

Megan Randolph

Ms. Annelle Tanner

Mr. Richard DeRoberts

Mr. Gilbert Tollison

Mrs. Mattie Trotter

Mr. Bennie Phelps

Mr. George Peeler

Mrs. Margaret Baker

Mr. James Hadden

Mrs. Louise Charthern

Mrs. Lucy Brantley

Mrs. Harriet Penix

Dr. Robert Lester

Mr. Joseph Swift

Mrs. Margaret Guy

Mr. Eddie Pollard Jr.

Mrs. Louise Abbitt

Mrs. Annie Kendrick

Ms. Catherine Fox

Mr. Arthur Baird

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Correction 050399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Lists 'garbage' kids are exposed to 050399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers biblical answer to tragic question 050399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Questions justice in military cases 050399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Denies racism was motive in shootings 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

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

Gives instruction to parents 050399 - The Augusta Chronicle

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

Clarifies APA study on pedophilia 050399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims society 'sanctions' violence 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Comments on recent school violence 050399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Backs Burke Co.school spanking 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blames atheism for school shootings 050299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Offering plans for Richmond County school safety 050399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Strong field to play in women's amateur

Will Moore go elsewhere in 2000?


Koubek beats Grosjean to capture AT&T Challenge

Local trainer sees win as a redemption

Hetherington wins LPGA City of Hope

Glynn Academy defeats Lakeside

Notes from the 125th Kentucky Derby

New IOC reform panel expected to have 60 members

Rain leaves LPGA little Hope

Venus Williams, Pierce advance on clay

Gordon gets back in win column in California

Sports fest previews Georgia Games competition

Layman jack of all trades as new racquet club owner

A Charismatic finish

Overtime: Donnan due to speak at Middle Ga.

Kraft's deal keeps Patriots in Massachusetts

Jeffers relishes new challenge with Carolina

Craig tries to help himself in Scotland

Appleby wins Houston Open

Sutton up by two after three rounds

Author still as mysterious, dark as ever

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

Animals have been put on trial for years

Vegas-style Venetian

DNA tests are needed in dispute

Life, art of man named Dave

Grissom's Mercury space capsule found

Battle lines drawn over sale of music through Internet

Clik! drive makes digital images a snap

Japanese building home of tomorrow

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Macintosh game software expanding

DVD players unveiled in a variety of formats

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Be careful of Web investments

Cheap parking hurts Atlanta's air quality

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