Nomar amazed at his pair of grand slams

San Francisco's win was a breeze

Braves outlast Giants

Giants topple Braves

Barnwell loses to Andrews

Clemson tops North Carolina

Jackets ace moves up to Sarasota

Rose back on field

Jackets fall 8-5 to Macon

Mustangs win with 7th-inning homer

Braves notebook: Boone continues hitting streak

Lions advance to state finals

Harlem challenges Gainesville's reign

Braves notebook: Smoltz returns to the mound

Braves brave cold in Frisco

Augusta's pitching shuts out Macon

Knoblauch back in lineup, Clemens to return Saturday at earliest

Braves notebook: Smoltz returns to the mound

Additional business news

Company negotiates takeover

Pollution, traffic could hamper Atlanta economy

Lack of appointments delays plans

Layoffs hit local C'Board employees

Brothers share local award

Legacy stands in Grovetown
One of the few visible signs of the legacy of John L. Dodge -- once one of the country's foremost horse trainers -- is his former winter home on the outskirts of Grovetown near Fort Gordon's Gate No. 3.

Movie star's father once loomed large
The Southern politician was a character unto himself. Often stereotyped in books and movies, the character extended into the 1900s. Portrayed with a quick wit, cigar and suspenders, he was a favorite with the rural electorate.

Agencies seek Y2K immunity
INDIANAPOLIS -- Dozens of states are preparing for the new year by trying to protect governments from being sued for problems caused by the Y2K computer bug, a legislative trend critics say gives public agencies a license to procrastinate.

Rivals Sabres and Bruins heating up series

Best-of-7 worry Penguins

Mystery person wants to buy Penguins

Avalanche slide past Red Wings

Test shows Chiasson was driving drunk

Stars beat Blues in overtime

Penguins rally for win over Maple Leafs

School board may add to department heads' pay

Community passes park goal

Trucker killed in accident

Ordinance on zoning given tentative OK

Agencies seek Y2K immunity

Deadline looms

A riddle to elevate your skills

Magic touch

Committee to look at buying office

Conflict-of-interest case may redefine school board ethics

Reopened park draws raves

Deficit forces MCG to raise room rates

Notices not sent correctly

Child welfare promoted

Telemarketers' campaign gets complaints

New clinic lacks equipment funds

Legacy stands in Grovetown

Movie star's father once loomed large

Area briefs: Police seek man who left horses

Commission to pick sales tax management

Mayor stresses harmony

Emergency panel goes to commission

Across the area

Jury views photos of victim

Video poker machines turned off at deadline

Insurance Department releases premium comparison guide

Salon exempt from proposed zoning ordinance

Aiken highway patrolman accused in armed robbery

Children in state face poverty

Curbing warning rejected

Schools address testing

Jazz cry foul over Webber's power play

Bucks' playoff rookies feel ready to graduate

Hawks fly past Pistons

Fisher goes diving for Lakers

Magic evens series with 76ers

Atlanta forward injured in Game 2

Pistons find Mutombo unstoppable

Armstrong honored as NBA's best off the bench

Mr. James Lanier

Mr. James Polk Jr.

Mr. Subash Ejantkar

Mrs. Bertha Ford

Mrs. Genelle Weathersbee

Mr. Eugene DeLoach Jr.

Mrs. Margaret Harwell

Mrs. Marjorie von Nordeck

Mr. Eldon Gordon Sr.

Mr. Christopher Watkins

Mrs. Estelle Wright

Ms. Lindsay Bradshaw

Mr. Eddie Johnson

Mrs. Dorothy Rittmann

Mr. Freddie Glover Sr.

Mrs. Eunice Levine

Brandon Reavis

Mr. Bennie Godbee

Ms. Verna Koons

Mrs. Jessie Miller

Mrs. Nanalene Wallace

Mr. Charlie Dunn Jr.

Mr. Enrique Garcia

Mrs. Ruby N. Murray

Mr. William Taylor Jr.

Stick with $125 cap 051199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Ga. school superintendent 051299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Opposes paddling by school officials 051299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Criticizes lack of storm warnings 051199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends paddling in Burke Co. school 051299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Mulls what Augusta taxpayers get 051199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges educators to use legal resources 051299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rap criticism of Norwood on Kosovo 051199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Decries 'right' to desecrate flag 051199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Finds answer to violence in letter 051199 - The Augusta Chronicle

ACLU hurts discipline 051299 - The Augusta Chronicle

The automatic citizens 051199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Horse sense in Aiken 051299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reprimands parent in school incident 051199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sees focus on slavery obscuring issues 051299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Victory proves best gift

Overtime: Holtz guest at Aiken Co. club today

Duval vs. Woods on made-for-TV event

Hamill, Lewis, Yamaguchi join GM Olympic campaign

Overtime: Jag golfers in field for East Regional

Prep roundup: Haas wins South Carolina Class AAA golf championship

Thoroughbreds test Hilton Head

Williston-Elko tops Buford

Mundy leads Lakeside to golf title

Webb, Sorenstam take serious road to success

Holtz: Forget last season

Graf fights back to win in 1,000th match

Thoroughbreds win championship

Martinez wins opening round in German Open

Senior calendar

Put a little pizzazz in pizza toppings

Gourmet cereals tempt consumers

In the know

Beefcake is appealing, but not too nutritious

After hype, Star Wars tickets on sale

Age old question: Smokers need a lot of support to quit

Series of accidents prompted creation of class to keep drivers in check

Bug vs. Beast

Pretty as a picture

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`10 Things I Hate About You' is worthy diversion

Xtreme calendar

Net chat: Rick McCallum

Lode Runner game a blast of fun from Nintendo

Lowcountry waters being invaded by alien species, diseases

Evaluating tasks can save software costs

Energy secretary halts document declassification

India celebrates nuclear anniversary

Gasoline additive not working, researchers say

Magic even better on 'Bug's Life' video

FDA claims party drugs deadly

Report: Anthrax threat increased

AOL head urges universal access