Baseball Hall of Fame celebrates 60th anniversary

Braves humiliated by Orioles

Dierker collapses in Astros' dugout with seizure

Behind the scenes at WTBS

Braves notebook: Smoltz to start today

Clearing the bases with one swing

Weiss anxious to return

Major League notebook

Braves blanked by Orioles

Minor league notes

Ripken has first five-hit game in 14 years

Wohlers headed to minors again

Jackets Trivia

Stats guru charts Braves' every move

Fed policy changes don't have to affect fund investors

Company concierge service becoming popular

Company profits from Y2K bug

Titans taken to school

On the move

Business briefs: Floral, gift shop to open

This day in history: June 13
1880: William H. Fleming resigned as Augusta's superintendent of public schools.

Presidential nicknames endure time
WASHINGTON -- A nickname, says the proverb, is ``the heaviest stone the devil can throw at a man.'' Some wound and leave scars. Some stick like burrs. Others fall away and are forgotten.

This day in history: June 14
1903: T. Harry Garrett was named principal of Tubman High School.

A look at the 20th Century: 1945
Fifty-four years later, the names are not forgotten Bastogne, Iwo Jima, Auschwitz, Okinawa, Luzon . . . and of course, Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Vaccine tops news of 1950s
The Augusta Chronicle received hundreds of responses when we asked readers to rank the top world and national news stories of the 20th century.

Stars top Sabres

Hitchcock: Finals could be a sticky situation

Stars top Sabres

Stars can't keep stars healthy

Hitchcock adapts to new coaching style

New owners have some Capital ideas to sell hockey

Sabres look to rebound in Stanley Cup finals

Residents say city unclear on water bans

Augusta's most wanted
Deric Hamilton is on the list along with Richard Owens, Jarvis Hardwick and about 250 other people. They are all on a list of folks that Richmond County sheriff's Investigator Mark Bowen wants to put in jail.

Augusta's most wanted

Cutbacks in Medicare mean family hardships

Cities, counties still leery of consolidation
ATLANTA -- Most Georgia cities and counties aren't in a rush to follow Augusta and Athens down the path of consolidated government, despite a state law that has renewed interest in the issue.

Farmers predict plenty of peaches

Limits on water backed
The need for outdoor watering restrictions was never more clear than when a fire broke out during the weekend at the Bridgestone-Firestone tire factory in Graniteville, a utility official said Sunday.

Cities, counties still leery of consolidation

Vaccine tops news of 1950s

A look at the 20th Century: 1945

Nature's friends

Council to vote on proposal to renovate theater

Church invests in members
Caitlin Amick, 9, wants to sell vegetables. Beautician Patty Daimler will kick in some of her profits. Margaret and John Meyers and some of their friends will record a gospel tape for sale.

Rapper dies after being shot in head

Across the area

Home Front: Teacher finds outlet in acting helpful at work

New law restricts secrecy

Archaeology students dig island
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Stallings Island in the Savannah River brought archaeologist Ken Sassaman back to the Augusta area.

Church invests in members

Catches small at Family Fishing Day

Two more jailed in firearms theft

Limits on water backed

Officials watch water tanks
Without much help from Mother Nature or the city of Augusta, gardener Dot Weaver watched her beautiful 10-acre flower garden wilt in the hot summer sun all week, dying of thirst.

Two more jailed in firearms theft
Richmond County sheriff's authorities have arrested two more suspects -- bringing the total to seven jailed -- in the recent theft of 18 air rifles and firearms from a Butler High School ROTC building.

Is summer still good old days?

Growth outracing system

New law restricts secrecy
In less than a month, elected officials around the state will have to swear on more than the Bible. Beginning July 1, state law will require the chairman of a governing body to sign an affidavit after private -- or executive -- sessions swearing that subjects discussed in private were exempt from Georgia's open-meetings law and identify the exemptions.

Catch-and-release urged for Saluda trout

Price to embrace challenges

City plans refit of libraries
If you build it, will they come? More importantly, will they convince someone to buy new books? That's the key question for the Richmond County library system, which will get its first face lift in years, thanks to $1.3 million in special-purpose local-option sales tax money.

City plans refit of libraries

Board raises minority issues

Officials watch water tanks

Across the area
Shooting victim listed as critical ... University receives grant ...Teen graduates Tech with honors

Home Front: Teacher finds outlet in acting helpful at work
After Sharon Brooks got the lead role in her high school one-act play, she was hooked. It was the role of a Spanish princess in Oscar Wilde's Infanta. But when the one-act play went to state competition, the high school production didn't win, leaving the young actress devastated.

Presidential nicknames endure time

Archaeology students dig island

Water woes have no easy solutions

Across the area

This day in history: June 13

Knicks search for way to stop Spurs

San Antonio sizes up Knicks

NBA Finals may give San Antonio new arena, new identity

Expected top draft picks finally show up at camp

A look at the Knicks' season of improbable success

Mr. Robert Miller

Mr. George Travis

Mr. Wallace Walker Jr.

Mr. Walter Dietz Jr.

Mrs. Lucy Hunt

Mr. Otis Parker Sr.

Mrs. Margaret Pearson

Mrs. Julia Andrews

Mr. Merritt Jenkins

Mr. James Stone

Mr. Richard Roberts Sr.

Mrs. Mildred McManus

Mrs. Luree Crook

Mrs. Ezzie Bennett

Mrs. Hattie Garnett

Mr. Leonard Collins Sr.

Mr. John Nunez

Mrs. Cynthia Bryant

Charles Bush

Miss Betty Paschal

Mrs. Debra Still

Mr. Timothy Batchelor

Mrs. Mattie Gowdy

Mrs. Gussie Coffsky

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Augusta's Howell waits in the wings

Overtime: Moraetes wins unanimously over Watkins

U.S. Open changes latitude

Regatta offers preview of Georgia Games

Irvan hopes for stock car history at Kmart 400

Speed coaches get Falcons in shape

Kids' derby brings in record field

BMW captures Le Mans 24 Hour race title

Former senator says Olympic athletes should press for reforms

Georgia beats Howell, Engler to national title

Gordon takes momentum into Kmart 400

Overtime: Silver Charm retired after racing loss

Local buzz

Sampras reaches Queen's final

Kmart 400 notes

KMart 400 notes

Heat gives players a second chance

Woods on top of his game heading into U.S. Open

Ousted IOC official details his side of bribe scandal

Locke may find it tough to line up with Dogs or Vols

Golf roundup

Jarrett takes flag at Kmart 400

Pinehurst village nervously awaits U.S. Open crowds

Microsoft judge not afraid to speak his mind
WASHINGTON -- Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, a man once bewildered by a courtroom demonstration on downloading software, is proving a quick study on the technical jargon of the Microsoft trial -- and a short fuse with some of the legal arguments.

Marines to be tried for refusing anthrax vaccine
TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. -- A military judge ruled on Friday that five Marines who refused to take anthrax vaccinations must face separate courts-martial.

Experts brace for new computer virus mutations
NEW YORK -- After a weekend of scouring their computers for the latest e-mail virus to bombard the Internet, systems managers were bracing for a new work week and the threat of new infections when workers log on.

Report: Russia, Iraq and North Korea probably hiding smallpox for military purposes
NEW YORK -- Government officials say Russia, Iraq and North Korea are probably concealing the deadly smallpox virus for military use, The New York Times reported on Sunday.

First storm of season spins deep in Atlantic
MIAMI -- Tropical Storm Arlene, the first of the season, built to 60 mph winds Sunday and experts said it could strengthen even more as it spins deep in the Atlantic.

Egypt excavating huge necropolis
BAWITI, Egypt -- Mohammed Ayadi has spent six years digging through sand and broken rock to peek into the afterlives of long-ago residents of Egypt's Western Desert.

Vigorous exercise helps women quit smoking
CHICAGO -- Women who exercise vigorously while trying to quit smoking are twice as likely to kick the habit than wannabe ex-smokers who don't work out regularly, a new study finds.

Main beauty

In the know

Vacationers, get your cameras, film ready

Council will honor stars of city's arts

Treasure hunters seek answers to money pit

Accepting reward is the proper thing to do

Worry over new computer virus drops, but experts say more trouble ahead

Marines to be tried for refusing anthrax vaccine

Experts brace for new computer virus mutations

CD images look better than Web photos

Let the Web wake you up

Egypt excavating huge necropolis

Vigorous exercise helps women quit smoking