South Carolina falls to DePaul

S.C. State squeezes by Central Florida

Florida St. tops Jacksonville

Bulldogs pound Grambling

Stanford stops #2 Auburn

Lady Lions fall hard to Wingate

Josey Terror-ized by Glenn Academy

Texas takes shootout title

Cavs dump Hornets

Clemson falls to Oregon State

Georgia gets first win

Changes are subtle over time

Online shopping can't be real thing
I love to shop. More specifically, I like to buy things. It's an addiction of sorts. I even like to grocery shop, which is often my Friday night entertainment.

Spare change
A Seattle company could be the answer to the prayers of weary travelers hunting for a place to plug in a laptop computer in crowded airports.

On the move
Douglas R. Graves has joined First Union National Bank as a financial center manager in Augusta. Mr. Graves recently graduated from Augusta State University with a bachelor of arts in Finance.

Caution advised for online shopping
One of the last times Augusta resident Pat VanHooser shopped at a mall, a stranger followed her through the parking lot as she carried bags to her car.

Spare change

E-tailing still has pitfalls
The Augusta Chronicle went on an Internet shopping spree in late October. Our mission? To find out if electronic retailing, or e-tailing, is everything Internet companies claim: quick, easy and enjoyable.

E-tailing still has pitfalls

Caution advised for online shopping

On the move

Online shopping can't be real thing

New Year's bowl a possibility for Tech

A wild ride in Atlanta

Vols hammer Vandy

Gator Bowl ticket information

Georgia Southern wins in a rout

Bulldogs await bowl bid

Georgia Tech will take it

College football: Count on Florida State-Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl

Georgia Tech notebook: Hester the hero

A look at the 20th century: 1993
1993 saw an about-face in the nation's political leadership and is remembered mostly for its disasters, particularly those in New York City and Waco, Texas. The Midwest was devastated by summer flooding, and Augusta was caught off guard by a shooting at one of its high schools.

World War II changed life around the globe
It concerned only a fraction of the time this nation has stood, yet in many ways World War II was the most crucial part. And it left some of history's most indelible images in its wake.

Opposes stockade for animal shelter

Says '90s was bad for our way of life

Urges removal of Bush Field director

Hopes for better Commission members

Suggests special prosecutor needed

Defends flag's display above Statehouse

Applauds opening of new plant

U.N. control of our treasures

Asks 'heavenly' protection for players

Suggests priorities for 2000 election

Online tax payments

Questions defender of abortion

Defends use of the death penalty

Notes Richmond schools at 'bottom'

Advises against succumbing to holiday rush

Piltdown hoax fooled experts for 40 years
In 1856, the fossilized remains of a prehistoric skull were unearthed in Germany's Neander Valley, heralding the possibility that humans had been on Earth longer than previously believed.

Toy treasures
Toy collectors will give area residents a reason to clean old playthings out of their attics this week. The International Toy Collectors Association will hold its Antique Toy Road Show Tuesday through Friday at the Augusta Comfort Inn, 629 N.W. Frontage Road. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day; admission is free.

In the know
Julie Andrews and James Garner, who starred in The Americanization of Emily (1964) and Victor/Victoria (1982), reunite for One Special Night, a romantic drama about strangers taking refuge during a blizzard. It airs at 9 on CBS (WRDW-TV, Channel 12).

Holiday spirit fills this home
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Santa Claus is all over Johnny and Miriam Rowland's home in Savannah Barony subdivision.

Renaissance Richmond
RICHMOND, Va. -- For 262 years, Richmond's history has been as turbulent as the white water of the rocky James River that tumbles through the city. And that history -- one of war, peace and continuing compromise -- helps sustain Richmond today.

Fine dining often calls for use of a finger bowl
Dear Carson: I am a culinary-arts student, and I need to learn the correct usage, placement and presentation of the finger bowl. Should warm water or cold water be placed in the finger bowl? Should I use a cereal bowl as the finger bowl? When is it removed from the table? -- Finger Bowl Resurrection

Hiking haven in Hocking Hills
HOCKING HILLS STATE PARK, Ohio -- Shortly after the end of the Civil War, a hunter and his two dogs in search of game along Salt Creek came upon an area of dramatically scenic gorges and woodlands in the Appalachians of southeastern Ohio.

Macon offers so excuses

Briarwood advances to championship

Lambert posts shutout for Lynx

Lynx get overtime win

NHL scoreboard: Dallas defeats Atlanta

Thrashers shut out by Panthers' Kidd

DeSantis 'felt like an outcast' before trade

Changes are subtle over time
Things change, don't they? It became clear once again last week when I realized some public school Thanksgiving holidays now last five days.

Toy treasures

Piltdown hoax fooled experts for 40 years

Renaissance Richmond

Fine dining often calls for use of a finger bowl

In the know

Hiking haven in Hocking Hills

Students help curb violence

Chairwoman speaks her mind in release

Hospitals fight for funds to support indigent care
An ocean of red ink threatens to drown area hospitals as they struggle to care for the poor and uninsured.

Mother seeks assistance for children's Christmas
She asks us to pray for her children. A single mother raising five children, she has no money for Christmas this year.

Special jury selection Monday

Collision claims two lives

Drivers in crash identified
AIKEN -- Aiken County Coroner Sue Townsend tentatively identified two men Sunday who were killed in a fiery head-on collision near Salley.

A look at the 20th century: 1993

Woman wants to provide Christmas dinner for family
Her family is coming home for Christmas this year. But instead of rejoicing, this Augusta grandmother is worried.

McCain backed by veterans

Chitlins celebrated in Salley

Collision claims two lives
Both drivers died in a fiery collision Saturday when a tanker truck apparently crossed the center line on South Carolina Highway 389 near Salley and struck a tractor-trailer head on.

Across the area: Man faces murder charge in fight

Community center plan brings cohesion to area
Planning the Evans Town Center was the fun part. During two years of public meetings, there arose great visions of what the new community hub could be.

McCain backed by veterans
ATLANTA -- In this first post-Monica Lewinsky presidential election cycle, voters are casting an especially critical eye toward the character of the nation's next would-be leader.

Chairwoman speaks her mind in release
One thing people in South Carolina and Georgia can count on is for Frances Bell to say what she thinks.

Across the area: Man faces murder charge in fight
SUMTER -- A Wedgefield man has been charged with murder in the death of another man after he allegedly struck him in the head with a metal pole during a fight, the Sumter County sheriff said.

'Ma Bell' stands by her belief
WINDSOR -- Could Frances Bell possibly be one of the most hateful women in South Carolina? The great-grandmother who grows old-fashioned flowers in the yard of the Windsor home she shares with an Australian sheepdog, a tabby cat and the quiet man she married 48 years ago?

Students help curb violence
The Aiken County school district is finding an unexpected ally in its efforts to curb school violence.

Chitlins celebrated in Salley
SALLEY -- The population of this tiny town swelled Saturday from an ordinary-day 498 to more than 50,000, creating traffic jams where there usually is not much traffic at all.

Count campaign Bureau seeks aid in census

Students study Bible before, after school in Aiken
AIKEN -- Members of Aiken County's Christian community don't want to do away with the public school system.

Mother seeks assistance for children's Christmas

Boycott plans get support
COLUMBIA -- Some black church members have decided to take their holiday shopping out of state to honor the NAACP's economic boycott of the state.

Community center plan brings cohesion to area

Special jury selection Monday
Twenty-three Augusta residents will take part in a historic event Monday when they are selected to take part in the city's first ever special grand jury.

A wild ride in Atlanta

Across the area: Benefit concert takes place today
The 1999 Empty Stocking Fund Benefit Concert will take place at 3 p.m. today at First Baptist Church, 3500 Walton Way, featuring the Augusta Concert Band.

Hospitals fight for funds to support indigent care

Count campaign Bureau seeks aid in census
AIKEN -- For the first time in two centuries, the U.S. Census Bureau is asking for volunteer help in every community across the country in an effort to get Americans counted.

Principal shortage predicted
ATLANTA -- Principals in metro Atlanta have an average of 24 years' experience in education, leaving other educators concerned that within the next decade hundreds of principals statewide will be retiring.

Across the area: Benefit concert takes place today

Parrot-breeding farm cares for 800 birds
Stacey Martin leveled an admiring eye on a pair of royal-blue parrots -- hyacinth macaws -- cuddling on their perch like newlyweds.

'Ma Bell' stands by her belief

Concert enthralls audience
Conductor Alan Drake promised the First Baptist Church audience that the song would move them.

World War II changed life around the globe

Correction
An article on the front page of Sunday's editions of The Augusta Chronicle contained erroneous information regarding Aiken resident James Sutherland's relationship with the Council of Conservative Citizens. Mr. Sutherland is not a member of the group.

Correction

Some guidance counselors overloaded
On a typical school day, Greenbrier High School guidance counselor Suzanne Channell has some time for paperwork in the early-morning hours.

Some guidance counselors overloaded

Falcons drop another

NFL game previews

Falcons notebook

Jaguars down Ravens

Carolina Gov. Jim Hodges mixes sports, politics

Panthers look to fight through distractions

Whitehead says his gesture wasn't a throat slash

Is Jessie Tuggle playing his final season in Atlanta?

Colts win seventh straight behind Manning

Carter's been busy on defense

Falcons notebook

Mrs. Blanche Moulton
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mrs. Blanche Moulton, 97, of Pinon Road, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at Columbia Augusta Regional Medical Center.

Mrs. Winnie Drake
Mrs. Winnie Lois Merritt Drake died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Annie Crawford
Mrs. Annie Ruth Tutt ``Tump'' Crawford, 63, of Alma's Personal Care Home, died Friday, November 26, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mr. Frank Hughes
LINCOLNTON, Ga. -- Mr. Frank J. Hughes, 83, of Comanche Circle, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Clarinda McCain
JAMAICA, N.Y. -- Mrs. Clarinda McCain, of Inwood Street, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999, at Pennsylvania Hospital.

Mrs. Cynthia Cockerham
Mrs. Cynthia Lee Gillette Cockerham, 43, of Spring Lakes Drive, Martinez, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Beatrice Williams
AIKEN -- Mrs. Beatrice McKinney Williams, 76, of Beverly Health Care, died Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Nola Hutto
BARNWELL -- Mrs. Nola Mae Griner Hutto, 91, of Galilee Road, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, at Meadowbrook Healthcare Center, Blackville.

Mr. Joseph Braddy
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Joseph N. ``Joe'' Braddy, 63, of Bonny Road, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999 at Emmanuel Medical Center.

Mrs. Edna Rollins
AIKEN -- Mrs. Edna McDaniel ``Bill'' Rollins, 89, of Laurens Street, North, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

LaBrandon Johnson
HARLEM -- LaBrandon Christian Shekale Johnson, five months, of Steed Street, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Jeanne Corbett
ATLANTA -- Mrs. Jeanne Barber Corbett died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999.

Mr. Joseph Braddy
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Joseph N. ``Joe'' Braddy, 65, of BonnieRoad, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Emanuel Medical Center.

Mr. Paul Trnavsky Sr.
Mr. Paul Trnavsky Sr., 84, of Eagleton Drive, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mr. Herman Odom
Mr. Herman F. Odom, 54, of Augusta, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Hazel Madden
MCCORMICK, S.C. -- Mrs. Hazel Prince Madden, 67, of Cherry Street, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, at Self Hospital.

Mr. Jack Mock Sr.
SYLVANIA, Ga. -- Mr. Jack Ellis Mock Sr., 74, of Statesboro Highway, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Savannah.

Mr. James Ellis Jr.
YEMASSEE, S.C. -- Mr. James Glover Ellis Jr., 61, of Church Street, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999, at Bay Nursing Center, Beaufort.

Mr. Louis Weaver
JOHNSTON, S.C. -- Mr. Louis Weaver, 47, died Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1999.

Mrs. Susie Hayes
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Susie Hayes, 86, of North Green Street, died Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1999, at Emanuel Medical Center.

Mr. Louie Gunn Sr.
KEYSVILLE, Ga. -- Mr. Louie Franklin Gunn Sr., 93, of Noah Station Road, died Sunday, November 27, 1999 at his residence.

Mrs. Elma Koon
AIKEN -- Mrs. Elma Grice Koon, 78, of Richland Avenue, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Harry Kingman Jr.
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mr. Harry W. ``Buck'' Kingman Jr., 91, of Indian Mound Drive, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Mrs. Bessie Tesenair
AIKEN -- Mrs. Bessie Baughman Tesenair, 67, of Wire Road, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Barbara Davis
GROVETOWN -- Mrs. Barbara M. Davis, 77, of Chum Court, died Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1999, at West Lake Manor Nursing Home.

Mrs. Ruth Olson
Mrs. Ruth C. Olson, 87, of Martinez, died Monday, Nov. 22, 1999.

Mrs. Marta Kroihsmajer
Mrs. Marta M. Kroihsmajer, 81, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999, at Westlake Manor Nursing Home.

Mrs. Blanche Moulton
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mrs. Blanche Moulton, 97, of Pinon Road, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mrs. Agatha Ramos
Mrs. Agatha Ramos, 93, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999.

Mr. John Pearre
Mr. John ``Bert'' Pearre of Millhaven Road, Martinez, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Marian Still
HILDA, S.C. -- Mrs. Marian Creech Still, 74, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, in Columbia.

Mrs. Norma Boyd
VALDOSTA, Ga. -- Mrs. Norma Helen Silas Boyd, 83, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999.

Mrs. Virginia Plair
MILLEN, Ga. -- Mrs. Virginia A. Plair, 30, of Victor Street, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Queen Williams
JOHNSTON, S.C. -- Mrs. Queen Strom Williams, 95, of Calhoun Street, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at Anne Marie Nursing Home.

Mrs. Goldie Buchholz
HEPHZIBAH -- Mrs. Goldie G. Buchholz, of Mims Road, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Alice Miles
Mrs. Alice Herman Miles, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at Windermere Health Center.

Mrs. Louise Nelson
PORTAL, Ga. -- Mrs. Louise Ella Nelson, 82, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at Bullock Memorial Hospital, Statesboro.

Mrs. Mary Starling
BROOKLET, Ga. -- Mrs. Mary Lee Bryant Starling, 72, of Heritage Inn of Statesboro, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Bulloch Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Helene Kohlase
Mrs. Helene Kohlase, 89, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999.

Mr. James Jackson
DUBLIN, Ga. -- Mr. James Monroe Jackson, 78, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Medical Center of Central Georgia.

Mr. Robert Brandon Sr.
Mr. Robert Turner Brandon Sr., 73, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Willie Mathews Sr.
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Willie Louis Mathews Sr., 56, died Friday, November 26, 1999, at Emanuel Medical Center.

Mr. James Carswell Jr.
GROVETOWN -- Mr. James ``Jamey'' Jackson Carswell Jr., 23, of Manadlay Plantation, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Alice Miles

Mrs. Mary Starling

Mrs. Bessie Tesenair

Mrs. Beatrice Williams

Mrs. Ruth Olson

Mrs. Elma Koon

Mrs. Agatha Ramos

Mr. Willie Mathews Sr.

Mr. Louie Gunn Sr.

Mrs. Barbara Davis

Mrs. Queen Williams

Mr. Joseph Braddy

Mrs. Cynthia Cockerham

Mrs. Helene Kohlase

Mrs. Blanche Moulton

Mrs. Annie Crawford

Mr. Paul Trnavsky Sr.

Mr. John Pearre

Mrs. Louise Nelson

Mrs. Edna Rollins

Mr. Harry Kingman Jr.

Mrs. Blanche Moulton

Mr. Jack Mock Sr.

Mrs. Marian Still

Mrs. Marta Kroihsmajer

Mr. Herman Odom

Mrs. Norma Boyd

LaBrandon Johnson

Mr. Robert Brandon Sr.

Mrs. Susie Hayes

Mr. Joseph Braddy

Mrs. Nola Hutto

Mrs. Hazel Madden

Mrs. Goldie Buchholz

Mrs. Winnie Drake

Memorable U.N. quote
``It would be hard to miss the onslaught of commercials that allege the U.S. owes the United Nations anything over $1 billion in back dues. `Great nations pay their bills,' they say. This propaganda suggests that the U.S. owes anything to the U.N. is without merit and a lie. Aside from being assessed almost one-third of the total U.N. cost, the U.S. has paid billions of dollars in support of U.N. efforts in Kosovo. And it has the audacity to claim that we owe them?

Kent: A new commissioner; buzz over Walker
Augusta-Richmond County gets a second new city commissioner in January: the Rev. Marion Williams. He upended District 2 incumbent Freddie Handy in a Nov. 23 runoff that saw more votes cast than in the initial Nov. 2 four-way race. That's unusual in itself.

Suggests priorities for 2000 election
The 2000 election campaign is now in full swing with the rhetoric pumping up about priority issues. One such priority seems to be in ``improving education.'' Al Kotras, Augusta

What's he hiding?
Serious reverberations are resulting over Georgia Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor's stunning humiliation in his lawsuit against the political opponent he defeated a year ago, Republican Mitch Skandalakis.

Online tax payments
Cities, counties and states collect taxes from a ``captive audience'' with property owners either submitting payment through the mail or traveling to plunk down money or a check at a government office building. But like many other things in our society, the Internet is changing the way the nation does business.

U.N. control of our treasures
When most Americans think of the United Nations, it is usually when U.S. troops are sent with other U.N. soldiers to some corner of the world on a peace-keeping mission. Yet the world body has been assuming obscure but vast power in recent years, and a supine U.S. government is allowing it.

Kent: A new commissioner; buzz over Walker
Augusta-Richmond County gets a second new city commissioner in January: the Rev. Marion Williams. He upended District 2 incumbent Freddie Handy in a Nov. 23 runoff that saw more votes cast than in the initial Nov. 2 four-way race. That's unusual in itself.

Notes Richmond schools at 'bottom'
Re the Nov. 9 front-page article entitled ``Davidson top school in Georgia'': Marge Swartzwelder, Augusta

Defends use of the death penalty
Mary Catherine Zipter's Nov. 11 letter urges us to follow a man, Pope John Paul II, on his crusade to end the death penalty as punishment for murder. But if we consult the Bible, which her letter ignores, we find her arguments seriously flawed. Frank Hutto, Augusta

Urges removal of Bush Field director
The extra people attending the Bush Field Aviation Commission meeting were general aviation pilots and tax-paying residents of Augusta-Richmond County. Thesecitizens are users of Augusta's entire airport system, interested in airline aviation, general aviation, and both airports. Most, even the airplane owners, are also Delta Frequent Flyers. Chester Banaszewski, Augusta

Cites `grand denial' of abortion defense
I appreciated Mary Beth Pierucci's defense of the indefensible in her recent letter where she pats herself and her organization, Planned Parenthood, on the back for protecting a woman's reproductive ``right'' to choose an abortion. Rev. Allan J. McDonald, Augusta

Hopes for better Commission members
I have a prediction as to the final report of the new Augusta grand jury: M. Don Williams, Augusta

Two e-mail hoaxes
The U.S. Mail has sent across the country and the world hoaxes that are real doozies. Electronic mail is proving no exception.

Says '90s was bad for our way of life
As I look back over the decade of the 1990s, I see that the people of our country elected a draft dodger as president and commander in chief of our armed forces. Lionel N. DuBois, Thomson

Memorable U.N. quote
``It would be hard to miss the onslaught of commercials that allege the U.S. owes the United Nations anything over $1 billion in back dues. `Great nations pay their bills,' they say. This propaganda suggests that the U.S. owes anything to the U.N. is without merit and a lie. Aside from being assessed almost one-third of the total U.N. cost, the U.S. has paid billions of dollars in support of U.N. efforts in Kosovo. And it has the audacity to claim that we owe them?

Questions Evans principal's judgment
The Columbia County Board of Education needs to look up the definition for ``zero tolerance'' because it obviously does not know what it means. Dale Richardson, Grovetown

Supply side vindicated
Liberal purists still deride the school of ``supply side economics'' popularized by former President Ronald Reagan. The philosophy that tax cuts can stimulate business expansion led to 10 years of solid economic growth and hundreds of thousands of new jobs after 1982.

Advises against succumbing to holiday rush
Augusta's roads were packed on a recent Friday afternoon with shoppers on their way to the mall for the arrival of Santa and pre-holiday shopping specials. This caught me quite by surprise. I didn't have a list! I didn't even know what I wanted for anyone, but I knew that if I didn't hurry up and buy something fast all of the good stuff would surely be gone! Brenda Vest, Aiken

Opposes stockade for animal shelter
Based on his guest column supporting the Humane Society using the Lake Olmstead stockade, it is pretty obvious that former StateSen. Frank Albert has it in for the Augusta Canal (the weed-choked ditch). I'll only respond to a few of his points: Thomas R. Swift, M.D., Augusta

Defends flag's display above Statehouse
Opponents and some newcomers to South Carolina feel that the sacred Confederate flag that flies above our great state's capitol is a symbol that represents racism and slavery. Is it not true that racism existed before the flag? Although I wish it wouldn't, racism will probably still exist even if the flag is removed. Jody Johnson, Jackson

Questions defender of abortion
In response to Mary Beth Pierucci's Nov. 19 comments, I would like to ask her several questions: Jill Dooley, Augusta

Applauds opening of new plant
I just had to write and say how excited and pleased I was when I read about the carpet recycling plant opening here in Augusta (news story, Nov 14). Arlene Candy, Martinez

Doubts boycott will harm S.C.
Why is Gov. Jim Hodges worried about the potential economic condition of South Carolina brought on by the NAACP economic boycott? Let the National Association for theAdvancement of Colored People boycott the state. Who cares? There is no way that this measly loss of convention money and other monies could possibly make any significant different in the tourism in the state in places like Myrtle Beach or Charleston. Tony R. Bledsoe, North Augusta

Suggests special prosecutor needed
Phil Kent (column, Nov. 21) says that Augusta Mayor Bob Young ``takes a political risk'' by possibly alienating a few commissioners. How much of a risk? Does anyone knowledgeable of Augusta's politics really expect District Attorney Danny Craig to lead a special grand jury in any way that would result in an indictment of anyone for anything? Robert A. Daniels, Augusta

Asks 'heavenly' protection for players
I just read an article in the paper about prayer being said before a sports event in school. I attended a game that my grandson played in at a private school and a prayer was lifted up for the players to have protection and for fairness in the game between the two sides. Judith Rushing, Augusta

Wants NAACP to clean its house
Re Roger Nelms' letter on his demand to remove the Confederate flag off the top of the South Carolina Statehouse: Jerry Adams, Martinez

Gordon looks ahead after difficult season

Overtime: Agassi faces Sampras in ATP finale

Sampras digs deep to knock off Agassi

New York teams most valuable

Couples 'skins' the competition

Maier dominates downhill

Couples 'good' when it counts

Problems plauge education software
ATLANTA -- The school accountability that Gov. Roy Barnes wants for Georgia comes down to the ability to track data showing which schools and teachers are achieving what. And that depends on computers.

Satellite TV to provide competition to cable
Satellite television is about to get a huge boost from the federal government that should translate into lower prices, more choice and better service for pay-TV customers.

Fonts of the same name may be different
Q: I have a Mac G3 running Excel and have to import files created in Excel on a Windows machine. It gives me nothing but headaches.

Drug companies prepare for Y2K overreaction
NEW YORK -- Major drug companies are boosting their year-end stockpiles in case of hoarding by people afraid Y2K trouble will cut off their supply of life-sustaining medication.

Cellular 911 calls misguided
They are the three simple digits essential in any emergency -- 911. But, depending on whether you dial them from a home phone or a cellular counterpart, the service designed to get help quickly may not always connect you with the person you need.

Consumers looking to cable companies for phone service
WASHINGTON -- Frustrated with poor service from his local phone provider, Ken Drachnik decided to go elsewhere: to a cable company.

Fonts of the same name may be different

Satellite TV to provide competition to cable

Consumers looking to cable companies for phone service

Problems plauge education software

Cellular 911 calls misguided

Drug companies prepare for Y2K overreaction