Braves notebook: Maddux aware of lackluster performance

ESPN sues baseball over termination of regular-season contract

Jackets finding need to refocus

Braves notebook: Pressure on mound matures Rocker

Smoltz's flawless mark stands

Cardinals embarrass Braves

Fans may face tighter security

Junior gets dad's help with swing

Drew's MLB distance served well

Sophomore strikeout king turns heads

GreenJackets weaken under Bombers

Yellow Jackets edged by new Bulldogs

Harlem squeezes by Albany

Factory orders rebound in March

Gas countdown begins for Georgia customers

MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1 turning television research into a science

Retailers: spring sales sluggish

Augusta Tech branch plans stalled

Group lobbies for more choices in Georgia telephone service

DirecTV determined to provide local programming

Study: Augusta buying power average

Additional business news

Road to college begins earlier

Georgia factories strong, survey says

Library gets $8,500 from will's executor

Georgia-Pacific splits stock

This day in the Millennium: May 5
May 51866: Thomas Holleyman was named head of Augusta Orphan Asylum.

2000 falls short of predictions
Hurricane-proof houses that pivot on foundations like spinning tops in slow motion. A nuclear-powered car parked beside the family air-yacht. Human hibernation. Programmed dreams. Sky fishing. Robots cheerfully performing all sorts of chores -- including one called Elektro, which smokes.

Family ready for globetrotting
With a stack of travel books piled on the table in his Brandon Wilde apartment, Alan Hutchinson and his daughter Nancy Bush map out plans that will take them around the globe to celebrate the new millennium.

This day in the millennium: May 4
1962: A Richmond County grand jury summoned Augusta's police chief, chief of detectives and attorney Roy Harris to testify regarding how police handled racial violence which led to the death of a 16-year-old white male two weeks earlier.

This day in the Millennium: May 6
1963: An Augusta City Council meeting debated a letter from two black ministers, the Rev. T.W. Morris and the Rev. N.T. Young Sr., requesting racial integration of such public facilities as sports venues and parks, and to remove ``colored'' signs from the City-County Building -- known today as the Municipal Building on Greene Street.

Hockey around the world

Sharks' main failure? Sub-.500 season

NHL concerned reorganization plan may come too late for the Penguins

Second-best team stumped again

Hunter will sub for injured Yelle

Speed, alcohol might have contributed to hockey player's death

NHL steps up Penguins pressure

This day in the Millennium: May 6

Family ready for globetrotting

Area briefs: Hephzibah man indicted in death

Storms damage homes, no injuries

Aiken residents reject 18-foot statue of horse

Area briefs: Six men charged in burglary ring

Ex-officer acquitted on drug charge

Test scores encouraging for educators

Headstone sought to mark child's life

Memorial planned for victim

Suspension of funding questioned

Dowtown parking debated

Contract for plant reviewed

Corps negotiating dam lawsuit

Roll on

Judge banishes two from area

Baker seeks records from Games panel

Couple files suit against First Union

Mayor launches character program

Committee begins partnership work

2000 falls short of predictions

The Country Club comes to downtown Augusta

Events will observe National Prayer Day

Edgefield's budget gets second OK

Man dies after falling from balcony

City sees tourism increase

Commissioners put Haltermann in post

T-bonz serious about appetites

Southern hospitality is famous

Schrenko's ideas fall under public scrutiny

A soft touch

Mass memorial

Commission OKs plan for real estate office

Firm purchases historic buildings

Six face charges in thefts

Police urge parents to talk to children

Singer intends to issue bonds

This day in the Millennium: May 5

'Mummy' not art, but fun

Hudson goes from Jazz reject to Clippers starter

New game for Bulls: what if?

Draft updates

Hawks stumble under Heat

Holdsclaw is the capital choice in WNBA draft

Hawks secure No. 4 seed

Curry encourages Cunningham

Mr. J. Lannis Ponder

Mrs. Audrey Fox

Mrs. Ida Boyd

Mrs. Sandra Brown

Mrs. Beulah Jennings

Mrs. Mamie Simmons

Mrs. Frances Echols

Mr. Wray Grimes

Mr. Roger Brown Sr.

Mrs. Julia Ashley

Mr. Judson Brawner Jr.

Mr. Frank Trotty

Mrs. Hester Harris

Mrs. Janie Screws

Mrs. Chris Williams

Mrs. Flora Coleman

Mr. Ezra Hutto

Mr. Walter Lanthrip

Mrs. Lonna Blocker

Mrs. Edith Lariscy

Mrs. Mamie Simmons

Mrs. Jane Boulogne

Mrs. Beverly Baldwin

Mrs. Gloria Roye

Mr. Walter Moore

Mrs. Lena Williams

Mr. Clyde Sinquefield Sr.

Mrs. Ruth Johnson

Dr. Olin Pitts Jr.

Ms. Brenda Cauley

Mrs. Lillie Hall

Mrs. Lillie Moss

Mrs. Emily Rice

Mr. Jessie Whitaker

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IOC closes case against Un-yong

Senator targets sharing stadium costs

Overtime: swimming meet set for aquatics center

AG, Olympics organizers to contest records dispute

Venus advances on bad day at Italian Open

Greenbrier advance to second round

Greenbrier advances to next round

Overtime: Bulldogs ink second junior college player

Duke golfer will make name known

Fleisher proving pro status

Small portions

Quick cooking with Karin: Fiesta time!

Study: Early toolmakers smarter than previously thought

Drinking more cuts risk of bladder cancer in men

Eat for life: Ginger adds zing to cake

Medication changes makes Reye's syndrome rare

Cops-and-courtroom show reaches a milestone

Crunch time

Pacesetters

Talking important in stemming violence in kids

Another satellite ends up in wrong orbit

Graham pulls for tritium

Gore: Internet limits 'honor' school victims

SEC chairman urging online brokers to warn customers of risks

Consumers take rage to the Internet

Group says locales to join polluter list

Lucent developing Internet portal for mobile customers

Landfill patent secured

Kennard wants more money for school, library Internet hookups

Appling landfill cited for deficiencies

Survey: Parents eager, anxious about kids on 'Net

Group appeals DNR's beach-driving permits

Experts: Drought is serious

FAA says it will propose better flight recorders for 737s

Needless weeds

Study: Predicting prostate return possible

SRS plans to clean facilities

Largest music company going for its own online software

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