Clemson tops N.C. State

Harlem tradition worries next foe

Columbia County teams make history

Baseball roundup: Reds blank Padres

Smoltz on disabled list

Braves notebook: Nixon takes benching in stride

Pack, Marist similar

Braves whip Cubs with homers

Jackets lose 7th straight

Braves notes: Rocker likes to stay busy

Late rally lifts Braves

Natural gas election deadline nearing

Delta reservation center opens

Jet maker to be purchased

High-tech `incubator'

Interest rates may rise soon

This day in the Millennium: May 18
1845: Musgrove & Co. broke the first ground for the Augusta Canal.

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.

German sub sank near U.S.
MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. -- Kurt Krueger remembers struggling to swim in the ocean off the North Carolina coast after his U-boat was hit by depth charges during World War II.

Maple Leafs send Penguins packing

Colorado, Roy blank Red Wings

Rough road awaits Stars in St. Louis

Czech Republic wins World Hockey Championships

Group planning ways to improve services for rape victims

Additional area news

Driver follows instinct, finds missing man

Stranded worker found safe

Officials address violence

German sub sank near U.S.

Video poker underscores differences

Court revives lawsuit against Westinghouse

Rappelling rescue

Judge denies new trial

New watch program targets illegal hunting

Senate races unfair to poor, group says

Georgia residents take action in property tax fight

SRS to tighten security

This day in the Millennium: May 18

Logger dies at job site

School loan defaulters warned

Agenda includes expenses

Home front: Work in slaying praised

Panel pushes sheriff for advisory board

Aiken County budget subject to revisions

Council denies casino annex request

Titanic top news story of decade

Officials: Predators seem normal

This day in the Millennium: May 17

South Carolina sees influx of Northerners

Pioneer in bus driving recalls hand-cranked vehicle

Practicing the stroke

City gets ready to use grant

Officials seek black donors

Officers receive recognition for outstanding duty

Gambling earnings scrutinized

Across the area

Park nears completion of Phase 1

Courses provide practice

Avery signs with agent

Spurs top Lakers

Indiana's Rose shows ex-coach a 27-point effort

Knicks edge Heat 78-77

NBA notes: J.R. Reid fined

Miami makeover likely following fizzle against Knicks

Wilkens says Knicks series won't be any more physical than expected

Mr. John Arrington

Mrs. Lois Williams

Mr. Thomas MacMillan Sr.

Mr. Roy Stevens

Mr. Joseph Hunter

Mr. Stanley Foreman

Miss Catherine Hardman

Mr. Ramsey Horton

Mrs. Olive Adams

Mr. Milor Barber

Mr. LeRoy Powell

Mr. John Price

Mr. John Whitaker III

Mrs. Geneva Harmon

Mrs. Carrie Davis

Stop GoreTax boost 051799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Denies `flag desecration' is a right 051899 - The Augusta Chronicle

AARP's costly agenda 051799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends lawmaker's `anti-war' stand 051899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Discuss `disruptive students' issue for Media Day essay contest 051899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Asserts pain isn't God's 'mistake' 051799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sarazen remembered for big shot, big heart

S. Bluff loses to Andrews

USGA: Court ruling could affect Martin

Mallon wins Sara Lee Classic

Two steps to go in Green's quest

Marchman wins inaugural event

Overtime: NCAA picks 16 schools for regionals

Roberts' doubts disappear with victory

Lukas gets Triple Crown shot with Charismatic

Hamm, Foudy, Akers lead U.S. roster

Colin Montgomerie logs win

Olympic whistle-blower returns to scene of bribes

Tech golfers aim for championship

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

Prescription drugs always a danger

Off the Wall: Fish don't come with a book of instructions

Drugs could mark arthritis breakthrough

'Entrapment' star escapes mediocrity

Humor can't save screening of `Idle Hands'

Your style

Cliquing on

Actress sites hard work behind fame

Gossip destroys friendships, creates enemies

Net chat: The Cardigans


Court suspends EPA ozone standard

Merger plan heats up Internet debate

Attachment woes in e-mail can be resolved

Plant emerges from shadowy past

Ruling could thwart emissions plans

Video games as big as movies

Pollution junking up Virgin Islands

Video Game makers' taste of fame

There's a lot to learn about car shopping online

Moving data with an iMac

'High-speed evolution' shows promise

Bird enthusiasts track species online

Price war among online booksellers

Parents can oversee kids' online habits

Some breast-cancer experts hold out hope for bone-marrow transplants

Cells give doctors early warning of prostate cancer

Online college to see increase in availability

Filing frenzy: Moving data from one PC to another