Marlins could be even worse than last year

Sophomore strikeout king turns heads

Teams advance in baseball playoffs

Twin bill to make up for rainout

Smoltz's flawless mark stands

Yellow Jackets edged by new Bulldogs

Atlanta right-hander has most wins in majors since 1996

Jackets finding need to refocus

GreenJackets game postponed

Braves notebook: Maddux aware of lackluster performance

Braves' Jordan in top shape

Devil Rays sting Royals

Retailers: spring sales sluggish

Factory orders rebound in March

Economic volatility initiates concerns

MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1 turning television research into a science

DirecTV determined to provide local programming

Group lobbies for more choices in Georgia telephone service

Senate adopts privacy measure

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This day in the Millennium: May 7
1924: Frank Silver, author of Yes We Have No Bananas, and his jazz band performed at Imperial Theatre.

Hospital's plan end community of Frog Hollow
Unbeknownst to residents of Frog Hollow, the fate of their neighborhood was being discussed at Augusta's city hall in 1962.

Avs say key in avoiding penalties

Hunter will sub for injured Yelle

NHL sets draft drawing for May 16

Jagr leads underdog Penguins into second round

Second-best team stumped again

NHL steps up Penguins pressure

Tuesday hearing set to review NHL plan

Baker seeks records from Games panel

Schrenko's ideas fall under public scrutiny

Theaters offer early `Star Wars' showings

Area briefs: Mail carriers plan annual food drive

Suspension of funding questioned

University professor challenges panel's dismissal

Firm purchases historic buildings

School board picks 9 to apply for post

Test scores encouraging for educators

Blinking light frustrates drivers

Mass memorial

Planning board orders garage to close up shop

City sees tourism increase

This day in the Millennium: May 7

Police urge parents to talk to children

Area officials seek fraud suspects

The Country Club comes to downtown Augusta

Medical merriment abounds

Memorial planned for victim

Director to head agency

Dowtown parking debated

Area services draw crowds

T-bonz serious about appetites

Hospital's plan end community of Frog Hollow

Area briefs: Six men charged in burglary ring

Memorial song

A soft touch

Judge banishes two from area

Storms damage homes, no injuries

Corps negotiating dam lawsuit

Lumpkin witness is released

Couple files suit against First Union

'Mummy' not art, but fun

Hornets' rally falls short after miserable start

Hawks hope to erase second-round jinx

Hudson goes from Jazz reject to Clippers starter

NBC keeps best in west

Hawks secure No. 4 seed

Bulls go from first to worst

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Clinton: follow Labor! 050699 - The Augusta Chronicle

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The armed citizen 050699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Exempt S.C. food tax 050799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rain delays playoffs

Williams sisters make it to quarterfinals

Gamecock's QB may transfer

Overtime: Bulldogs ink second junior college player

Falcons lost most faithful of fans to cancer

Dykes aims for state track title

Former Dallas Cowboy Mark Tuinei dead at 39

Duke golfer will make name known

Hybrids school in Hamilton Branch State Park cove

Fleisher proving pro status

Jackets place close second in tournament

Overtime: USC Aiken tennis players in regional

AG, Olympics organizers to contest records dispute

Dodd leads, Olazabal struggles at French Open

Everyone's surprised but Doyle

Ramblin' Rhodes

Study: Early toolmakers smarter than previously thought

Gardening calendar

The Country Club comes to downtown Augusta

Crunch time

Garden gadgets galore

Applause calendar

New theater troupe already has a home

'Noah's Ark' gives NBC a boost

Mom deserves special treatment

Drinking more cuts risk of bladder cancer in men

Club calendar

Medication changes makes Reye's syndrome rare

June Jazz arrives in May

Pacesetters

Landfill patent secured

Largest music company going for its own online software

Another satellite ends up in wrong orbit

Internet drug market propelled by boom

Gore: Internet limits 'honor' school victims

Entry points to the Internet proliferate, specialize

Lucent developing Internet portal for mobile customers

Drug stores on the Web popular

Experts: Drought is serious

Cartersville's water top in state

Graham pulls for tritium

Kennard wants more money for school, library Internet hookups