Braves notebook: Smoltz's elbow problem is 'minor'

Columbia County teams make history

Braves notebook: Smoltz's elbow problem is 'minor'

Pack, Marist similar

Delmarva hammers Jackets

Late rally lifts Braves

Key has overcome obstacles

Smoltz on disabled list

Braves rout Pirates

Harlem tradition worries next foe

Colleges' 'second season' begins

Braves notebook: Nixon takes benching in stride

Chemistry makes Harlem a winner

Natural gas election deadline nearing

High-tech `incubator'

Investment plan seen as fraud

Fund: Program helps economy

Delta reservation center opens

Fed leaves rates unchanged but warns of future increases

Jet maker to be purchased

Georgia has high hopes for high-tech future

Interest rates may rise soon

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

Georgia promotes technology
ATLANTA -- Being a wife, mother of two and holding a data entry job keeps Decia Brown busy enough. But since last year, she's also been taking classes four days a week at Gwinnett Technical Institute.

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.

This day in the Millennium: May 19
1830: Bank of Augusta declared a dividend of $4 per share on its capital stock for the previous six months.

Sabres advance

Avalanche defeat Red Wings

Maple Leafs send Penguins packing

Out of the playoffs, money

Stars' Hitchcock rides Modano, Hull to conference finals

Logger dies at job site

Across the area

Gurley's owner pays $20,000

County coroner pleads for extra full-time posts

Medicaid patients reprieved

Council denies casino annex request

Senate races unfair to poor, group says

City gets ready to use grant

Stranded worker found safe

Panel pushes sheriff for advisory board

Officials address violence

Agenda includes expenses

School board looks at need for nurses

This day in the Millennium: May 18

SRS to tighten security

Across the area

Drug dog demonstration

Always be ready to impress

Man sentenced in child sex assault

Judge denies new trial

German sub sank near U.S.

Georgia promotes technology

Association seeks end to case against builder

Officers receive recognition for outstanding duty

Clinic's future still uncertain

Group planning ways to improve services for rape victims

Court revives lawsuit against Westinghouse

Hawks lose game 1 to Knicks

Spurs top Lakers

Avery signs with agent

Riley says he won't revamp roster

Miami makeover likely following fizzle against Knicks

Hawks fail to win over fan support

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

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

Mrs. Irene Thompson

Mr. Ronald Datka

Mrs. Mary Wiggins

Mr. Milor Barber

Mr. Bruce Corley Sr.

Mr. Ramsey Horton

Mr. Stanley Foreman

Mr. George Frazier Sr.

Mrs. Mary Briggs

Mrs. Maxine Lee

Mr. William Martin Sr.

Ms. Sharon Daniels

Mrs. Ida Williams

Mr. James Scott

Mrs. Johnnie Saylors

Mrs. Lennet Railey

Mr. Archelus Walker

Mr. Stanley Foreman

Mr. James Edwards

Mr. Henry Dickert Jr.

Mr. Julian McHugh

Mrs. Carrie Davis

Mr. John Whitaker III

Mrs. Evalyn Randall

Mr. James Thompson

Mrs. Mattie Williams

Mr. John Whitaker III

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Overtime: NCAA picks 16 schools for regionals

Olympic whistle-blower returns to scene of bribes

Sarazen remembered for big shot, big heart

Emerald High wins championship

S. Bluff loses to Andrews

USGA calls golf carts unfair

USGA: Court ruling could affect Martin

Overtime: Avinger's 69 good for 2nd at NCAA meet

Falcons not relaxing

Speedway denies SI credentials for Indy 500

Hamm, Foudy, Akers lead U.S. roster

Salt Lake chief says others must help pay for pre-games training

Tech golfers aim for championship

Drugs could mark arthritis breakthrough

Prescription drugs always a danger

Jedi rankings

Plastic-bag competition results in big savings

'Entrapment' star escapes mediocrity

Chicken wraps are a deliciously fast dinner feast

In the know

Jedi master minds

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

Actress sites hard work behind fame

Cliquing on

Gossip destroys friendships, creates enemies

Humor can't save screening of `Idle Hands'

Your style

Net chat: The Cardigans


Price war among online booksellers

Plan to save Everglades species

FTC pursues 'spam' scam case

Group recommends breast cancer drug

Court suspends EPA ozone standard

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

Pollution junking up Virgin Islands

'High-speed evolution' shows promise

Merger plan heats up Internet debate

Ruling could thwart emissions plans


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