Greenbrier in finals

Braves whip Cubs with homers

Braves notes: Rocker likes to stay busy

Baseball roundup: Reds blank Padres

Harlem defeats defending champs

Jackets lose 7th straight

Braves notes: Bats have been MIA during trip

Baseball roundup: Gonzalez extends hit streak to 27

Clemson tops N.C. State

Boll Weevils shut out baffled GreenJackets

Jackets notes: Duchscherer shines during debut in FSL

Auburn outlasts Georgia 11-8

Urban kids take entrepreneurial initiative

Digging up old stocks can yield cash

List of state's top companies starts with Home Depot

Groups warn donors to research charities

Benefits of bar code plentiful

Musician has 2nd career in drumsticks

Old stock certificates are popular investment

'Spiders' crawl investment webs

This day in the Millennium: May 16
1861: The Augusta City Council empowered the mayor to demand a loyalty oath of strangers in the city at the start of the Civil War.

Pioneer in bus driving recalls hand-cranked vehicle
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- In a state that sometimes is criticized for its education rankings, Spartanburg cranked up school bus transportation years before the rest of the nation.

Titanic top news story of decade
The Augusta Chronicle received hundreds of responses when it asked readers to rank the top world and national news stories of the 20th century.

This day in the Millennium: May 17
1900: Augusta adopted a city ordinance requiring segregated seating on streetcars with black riders in back seats and white riders in front seats.

1937: A look at the 20th Century
In 1937, the United States was starting to enjoy some stability after the worst of the Great Depression, while European and Asian politics was spinning down toward another world war.

Colorado, Roy blank Red Wings

Bruins befuddled by lack of offense

NHL roundup: Toronto turns back Pittsburgh

Rough road awaits Stars in St. Louis

Czech Republic wins World Hockey Championships

Czech Republic wins in World Hockey

Additional area news

Aiken County budget subject to revisions

This day in the Millennium: May 16

Official corners president

Origin of common proverbs

Driver follows instinct, finds missing man

In the swing of things

Student felony law not used

Extension of deadline sought for gas customers

Pioneer in bus driving recalls hand-cranked vehicle

Practicing the stroke

Georgia residents take action in property tax fight

This day in the Millennium: May 17

Government has power on changes

Teen-agers focus of Friday forum

Residents debate historic district

Erskine visited by Dole

Priorities mark lines for voters

Student takes role in movie

Titanic top news story of decade

New watch program targets illegal hunting

Park nears completion of Phase 1

South Carolina sees influx of Northerners

Additional area news

Officials seek black donors

1937: A look at the 20th Century

Schools face seat belts debate

Home front: Work in slaying praised

Rappelling rescue

Officials: Predators seem normal

Study: Savannah tourism increase sparked by word-of-mouth

Gambling earnings scrutinized

Video poker underscores differences

School loan defaulters warned

Courses provide practice

NBA playoff action: Lakers top Rockets

76ers bully the Magic

NBA notes: J.R. Reid fined

Knicks edge Heat 78-77

Mr. John Davis Sr.

Mr. Marvin Seigler

Miss Catherine Hardman

Mrs. Lois Williams

Mr. Ronald Walton Sr.

Mr. LeRoy Powell

Mr. Roy Stevens

Mr. Joseph Hunter

Mrs. Geneva Harmon

Mrs. Florrie Christopher

Mrs. Myrtis Courtney

Mrs. Eunice Whittle

Mrs. Jeannie FitzSimmons

Mrs. Mae Goley

Mr. John Price

Mrs. Olive Adams

Mr. John Arrington

Mrs. Lois Williams

Mr. Thomas MacMillan Sr.

Mrs. Margaret Bartley

Mr. Wayne Shull

Mr. Franklin Smith

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Books on bucks, bass just right for your sportsmen

It was very Charismatic

Mallon wins Sara Lee Classic

Overtime: Hudson falls, but Mitchem wins at fort

Overtime: Rafter's bid for '1' halted by Kuerten

Roberts steals thunder at Nelson

Marchman wins inaugural event

Barnwell reigns in AA track

Two steps to go in Green's quest

Ingle advances

Colin Montgomerie logs win

Martin outruns Burton

Lukas gets Triple Crown shot with Charismatic

Jarrett leading series

Roberts' doubts disappear with victory

Ballet entrances audience

It's how, not what you eat

Ft. Gordon play solves moral dilemma

Camps offer exciting options

Structural expression

Soap star greeted by fans

Area festivals quite entertaining

Despite denials, UFOs intriguing

Customized drive

Attachment woes in e-mail can be resolved

Tears and laughter

Cells give doctors early warning of prostate cancer

Video Game makers' taste of fame

Robot dog a Japanese techno-sensation

Parents can oversee kids' online habits

There's a lot to learn about car shopping online

Few cancer patients in studies

Websightings: Hot spots on the Net

Online college to see increase in availability

What's hot: New items of interest

Moving data with an iMac

Bird enthusiasts track species online

Filing frenzy: Moving data from one PC to another

Video games as big as movies

Calling shots with control panels

Plant emerges from shadowy past

Getting view from on high