Grand slam propels Braves past Pirates

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

Harlem's winning season

Chemistry makes Harlem a winner

Braves rout Pirates

Greenbrier notes: Greenbrier finds opposing coach in similar position

Columbia County schools dominate baseball

Lewis seeks sixth title

Harlem's state baseball title game appearances

Delmarva hammers Jackets

Colleges' 'second season' begins

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

Harlem notes: Pitching key in Harlem state championship run

Key has overcome obstacles

Holder saved best for last

Braves notebook: Klesko in batting slump

Georgia Tech tops North Carolina

Greenbrier's state baseball title appearances

Georgia has high hopes for high-tech future

PR exec seeks Swedish twist

Investment plan seen as fraud

Inflation pushes mortgage-rate increase

Additional business news

Panel studies flow of hazardous loads

Investors plan golf course development

Fed leaves rates unchanged but warns of future increases

Fund: Program helps economy

Bankers combat Y2K fears

Shortage hits construction productivity

This day in the Millennium: May 20
1853: Augusta was shaken by an earthquake felt as far away as Milledgeville, Ga., and Columbia.

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.

Institute's structure is rare art
They dubbed it Ware's Folly. After all, spending $40,000 to build a home was unheard of in 1818.

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.

NHL moves to break up Penguins

Stars' Hitchcock rides Modano, Hull to conference finals

Avalanche defeat Red Wings

Stars-Avalanche series pits perfect home record vs. road warriors

Red Wings go from three-peat to ground zero

Roy, Forsberg lift Avs to Stanley Cup semifinals

Sabres advance

Out of the playoffs, money

Charity finds new building

A dip in the dirt

Aiken schools settle student lawsuit

Panel entreats sheriff to decide on board

This day in the Millennium: May 20

School board looks at need for nurses

County coroner pleads for extra full-time posts

Gurley's owner pays $20,000

Association seeks end to case against builder

Historic-property rule pits Aiken couple against commission

Drug dog demonstration

Institute's structure is rare art

Clinic's future still uncertain

Charity is still looking for home

Education plan supported

Roundtable tackles Medicaid

Convention schedule

Georgia promotes technology

PSC shuns emission standards issue

Republicans look to 2000

Man sentenced in child sex assault

Across the area

Always be ready to impress

Con artists scam Augusta residents

Across the area

DOT to widen Fury's Ferry

Medicaid patients reprieved

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Official dismisses charges

Climatologist: Stormy, hot summer expected

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Hawks fail to win over fan support

Pacers build a 2-0 series lead

Riley says he won't revamp roster

Hawks lose game 1 to Knicks

Injuries, foul trouble hurt Atlanta

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Mr. Stanley Foreman

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Falcons not relaxing

Jaguars: Next year promising

Overtime: Meadows, six Lions bound for All-Star game

Getting a drink in Mormon capital worries IOC

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

Safety is a work in progress

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

Emerald High wins championship

Luyendyk, Schmidt can't wait to qualify

USGA calls golf carts unfair

Speedway denies SI credentials for Indy 500

Chicken wraps are a deliciously fast dinner feast

A pointed approach with acupuncture

Disturbance in The Force felt

In the know

Jedi rankings

Scientists hope to use 'designer diets'

Pharmacies mix tastier medicine

Plastic-bag competition results in big savings

Jedi master minds

Dogs nip $100 million from economy

Debate rages over plural personalities

FTC pursues 'spam' scam case

Two studies show grafts effective for ruptured aorta

Download Wonder is nifty problem solver

Plan to save Everglades species

Discovery repairs completed for possible launch next week

Group recommends breast cancer drug

Pulsing magnetic field might ease imaginary voices in schizophrenia

Americans become resistant to antibiotics from foreign travel

Microsoft winning at work; New survey could help DOJ's case