Braves notes: Trio of pitchers balance bullpen

Galarraga rejoins team after tests

Sand Gnats sweep GreenJackets

Jones, Braves close to $90 million deal

Rodriguez leads Jackets to win

Braves hold on to edge Reds

Employers could use job smarts

Business briefs

Researcher changes slides
So when the former molecular and pharmacological researcher decided to start her own business, she made sure to pick one that had absolutely nothing to do with microscopes and test tubes.

Fund-raising options to be explored
North Augustans will soon witness a change on their side of the Savannah River. With the completion of the $55 million River Front project, residents will be able to enjoy metropolitan attractions without the nuisances of big-city living.

Fund-raising options to be explored

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Blue chip stocks rose Tuesday amid growing optimism that interest rates will remain stable.

Checkers replaces Rally's eateries
A local couple has purchased Augusta's three Rally's fast-food restaurants and plans to convert them to Checkers franchises later this month.

Business briefs

Researcher changes slides

Economic developer will direct chamber
After six months without an executive director, Bryan Quinsey has been hired to fill the seat on the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce.

Economic developer will direct chamber

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Stocks rallied Monday on optimism that interest rates will remain stable in the face of recent economic data that suggests the economy is slowing down.

State awaits data on tax holiday

Hibachi has American style
Hibachi Bar & Grill is opening today at the former Widow Brown's location in the Evans Towne Centre.

Property owner posts growth
Chicago company that purchased Augusta venture reports increases in funds, revenuesFrom Staff ReportsEquity Residential Properties Trust, the Chicago company that acquired Augusta-based Merry Land & Investment Co. in 1998, reported second-quarter results Tuesday.

Property owner posts growth

Developer clears site for shops
A local developer has begun work on a 50,000-square-foot retail and office complex at the corner of River Watch Parkway and Fury's Ferry Road.

State awaits data on tax holiday
Shoppers lined up for school supplies this past weekend to take advantage of South Carolina's moratorium on state and local sales tax, but data showing how well the gimmick worked won't be available until next month, state revenue officials said.

Tech's Wilder returns healthy, happy

Ga. Tech's Brown grew into role

Yellow Jackets prepare for season opener

Expections high for Bulldogs

Postcards to Dorsey

Way to forgiveness found in Word

Show some support for Stallions

Where's decent city government?

McKee cartoon speaks volumes

GOP Convention was a masquerade

Pro-active for diversity

Elite streets get favored treatment

Columnist's intolerance is offensive

Heinous crime changes lives forever

Clinton probes wasted millions

Age old question: Proper care keeps feet and toenails free of problems
Dear Readers: Bunions, corns, calluses, ingrown toenails and even dry skin may keep many in socks year-round. Common foot problems such as these can be corrected if you are diligent in your care.

Calorie usage is based on work, size
Have you ever eaten an order of fries and wondered how long you'd have to work out to burn them off?

Fun sandwich recipes
Reader Evelyn Price makes a zippy vegetable spread that she serves on finger sandwiches at parties, and she recommends the spread during the summer between slices of your favorite bread.

Flavored vinegars add zing to recipes
There was a time - and not all that long ago - when most American kitchens had just one bottle of vinegar. It wasn't red wine vinegar or white wine vinegar or tarragon vinegar or raspberry vinegar. It might have been cider vinegar. It certainly wasn't balsamic vinegar.

Join the club
Too busy to cook? Making sandwich suppers part of your weekly menu will help you get dinner on the table. But I'm not talking about bologna and cheese.

In the know
HARLEY STYLE: Biker chic is in, according to recent collections by Gucci, Helmut Lang and Dolce & Gabbana that feature leather clothing a la the classic 1969 film Easy Rider.

Store manager plans to exceed weight-loss plateau
George Ball is down another 13 pounds. But in the world of weight loss, even the most self-disciplined dieters hit a plateau at some point.

In the know
PRICE CHECK: Each Wednesday, Price Check offers price comparisons on goods at area stores. This week: school supplies. Prices below were checked Friday. No coupons or discount cards were used.

Raising Kane: Canadian gets first LPGA title

Two clear options for honor

Employers could use job smarts
Looks like the vacation gaps are irritating a few folks out there in the workplace.

Age old question: Proper care keeps feet and toenails free of problems

Join the club

In the know

Flavored vinegars add zing to recipes

Calorie usage is based on work, size

In the know

Store manager plans to exceed weight-loss plateau

Panel shortens list for airport director
The search for a new director for Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field is narrowing.

Commission seeks approval for millage
If Columbia County commissioners want to maintain their 7.7 millage, they've got two more public hearings to go.

Candidates post race finances
With three months left to campaign, Democratic candidate for Richmond County sheriff Ronnie Strength has received almost 12 times more in campaign contributions than his Republican opponent Leon Garvin.

Loved ones remember pilot's humor
Stephen Ray Patterson was called a hero for saving lives even while he faced death by those who gathered to remember him Tuesday.

Board sends sales tax to voters
County commissioners' approval Monday of a sales tax extension and a property tax increase effectively secured a place for the two issues before voters this fall.

Woman, flower shop grew together
Some people would argue that a rose is just a rose, but Jeanette Bush would disagree.

Farmers to share settlement
ATLANTA - Up to $13 million of Georgia's share of the national tobacco settlement would be used to compensate tobacco farmers under a proposal approved Tuesday by the Georgia Tobacco Community Development Board.

City's employees see health cost rise
The price of health insurance for North Augusta city employees is going up, with some employees paying up to 20 percent more than before.

Resident takes credit for finding

Officers do three jobs
If something's on fire in North Augusta, Tyrone Tripp might be there. If someone needs a police officer in North Augusta, Tyrone Tripp might be there. If someone falls ill in North Augusta, Tyrone Tripp might be there.

Man faces second death trial
AIKEN - A jury was seated Monday in the trial of Michael James Smith as 2nd Circuit Solicitor Barbara Morgan tries for a second time to convince a jury that the defendant beat his girlfriend's daughter to death.

Los Alamos worker tells SRS of wildfire
May's raging wildfire in New Mexico was the worst-case scenario for a natural disaster at Los Alamos National Laboratory, an emergency planner said Tuesday.

Trading pages
A copy of Robert James Waller's The Bridges of Madison County costs about $3.99 at your local bookstore. Sounds pretty cheap, huh? Well, not so.

Martial artist takes over mentor's teaching duties
When Frank Beall took over the North Augusta martial-arts program six months ago, he knew he had some big shoes to fill.

Update fosters interaction at refuge
OKEFENOKEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - A hidden world lies beneath the dark waters of the Okefenokee swamp.

Soldiers' needs met by agency
Army Community Service celebrated its 35th anniversary in July. ACS, which has 105 centers, has numerous programs to assist soldiers and their families.

Striking back

Across the area
James Brown's former security chief was indicted Tuesday, accused of stealing $75,000 from the singer and setting fire to the singer's office in an attempt to hide the theft.

Campus crime issues prompt disclosure law

Board to adopt policy
WASHINGTON, Ga. - Hoping to quell gossip buzzing in this close-knit town, the Wilkes County Board of Commissioners has announced plans for a new policy on roadwork that will not violate the Georgia Constitution.

Council reviews low bid

Volunteer doesn't mind the heat
Fighting fires has been a hobby for Leonard Gore since he was 24 years old. What began as a boyish adventure developed into 32 years of dedication to the North Augusta fire department.

Panel shortens list for airport director
The search for a new director for Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field is narrowing.

Resident takes credit for finding
NORTH AUGUSTA - The North Augusta resident who claims to have found the resting place of the first submarine to sink an enemy ship was thrilled that the vessel was raised from the ocean floor Tuesday morning and is headed to a museum in Charleston, S.C.

Seat-belt stop ends with forgery charge
The Richmond County Sheriff's Department has arrested a man and charged him with forgery after finding him in possession of more than $50,000 in counterfeit bills, a sheriff's lieutenant said Monday.

Sales tax to be put on ballot
AIKEN - Without objection or even further discussion, Aiken County Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to put the 1 cent local option sales tax on the ballot in the November general election.

Striking back
Patrick Hawkins used to be a big kid. And like most big kids, he dealt with people making fun of him because of his weight.

Trial opens in toddler's killing
AIKEN - A 15-month-old girl is brutally beaten to death, and there are only two people in the house with her. Who's to blame?

Across the area
An Aiken couple pleaded guilty to bank fraud Monday and were ordered to repay $17,000 and serve 240 hours of community service while they spend five years on probation.

USC Aiken, India form pact

Reconstructing the past
Crumbling mortar and frail stained-glass windows soon will no longer be the telltale signs of the century that's passed since Sacred Heart Cultural Center was first built.

Reconstructing the past

Campus crime issues prompt disclosure law
It's easy to get lost in the serenity of a shady college campus lined with rows of stately, columned classroom buildings - just remember to look over your shoulder every once in a while.

Community says goodbye to teen
AIKEN - Charlie and Judy Carpenter buried their little girl Tuesday with her favorite stuffed animals, without knowing who killed her or why.

Second survey approved

Sales tax to be put on ballot

Design for green space plan makes headway

Farmers to share settlement

Officials will go to funeral

Volunteer doesn't mind the heat

Groups compromise on picnic site
A $30,000 donation from the North Augusta Sertoma Club earmarked for a community picnic area has finally found a home.

Police seek motive for teen killing

Officers do three jobs

Project gets boost from land

USC Aiken, India form pact
AIKEN - Educators at the University of South Carolina Aiken say their latest long-distance relationship with the Far East was forged by a ``divine power.''

Panel shortens list for airport director

Design for green space plan makes headway
Some of Columbia County's first steps toward getting $570,000 in state money for green space preservation will be taken by two consulting companies.

Seniors get active with class

Police seek motive for teen killing
AIKEN - As friends and family of Jessica Carpenter prepare to bury the 17-year-old today, police continue seeking who killed and the motive behind her death.

Candidates post race finances

Area delegate to attend Reform convention
AIKEN - The Reform Party of Aiken County is less than 6 months old, but it is sending a delegate to the party convention in Long Beach, Calif.

Trial opens in toddler's killing

Job at science center was one of Discovery for teen
About 40 teen-agers have spent part of their summer at the National Science Center's Fort Discovery helping out as exhibit explainers, in the science store, at the ticket counter or wherever they were needed.

Martial artist takes over mentor's teaching duties

Home is where the heart is
HEPHZIBAH - Hamilton Neal Hilliard didn't want to upset his new neighbors when he moved onto his grandmother's land.

Woman, flower shop grew together

MCG wins distinction with clinic
Medical College of Georgia has been named a Center of Excellence for treating Parkinson's disease by a national group.

Loved ones remember pilot's humor

Officials will go to funeral
The funeral Wednesday for former state Sen. Thomas F. Allgood Sr. and his wife, Thelma Louise ''T'' Ray Allgood, will be attended by a number of state dignitaries, including Gov. Roy Barnes and U.S. Sen. Zell Miller.

Los Alamos worker tells SRS of wildfire

Chiefs group covers late bill
The Southeastern Association of Fire Chiefs has stepped in to pay an overdue hotel bill to avoid more publicity about debts left from the association's spring conference in Augusta.

Burned out family gets support
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - While sitting on her neighbor's swing after supper one hot June evening, Nora Korrek remembers hearing a faint buzzing sound.

Project gets boost from land
The largest proposed housing development in Columbia County history will get a lot bigger when the property changes hands Aug. 31.

City's employees see health cost rise

Ex-backup singer sues Brown
A former backup singer for James Brown has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the entertainer.

Rainfall not significant enough to raise lake level

Seniors get active with class
ST. MARYS, Ga. - Just months ago, 81-year-old Sadell Mitchell of Kingsland had trouble crossing a room even when she had her walker.

Seat-belt stop ends with forgery charge

Panel shortens list for airport director

MCG wins distinction with clinic

System could add 4 minutes

Sea turtle nesting stabilizes
BRUNSWICK, Ga. - It's shaping up to be an average year for loggerhead sea turtle nesting on Georgia beaches, state wildlife biologists said Monday.

Board to adopt policy

System could add 4 minutes
ATLANTA - Tornadoes in Georgia are short and deadly events, but new developments at Georgia Institute of Technology are expected to increase the amount of time residents have to take cover.

Groups compromise on picnic site

Macon will join af2 league

Rainfall not significant enough to raise lake level
Recent rainfall is too little - and far too late - to bolster falling water levels at Thurmond Lake, where three more boat ramps were closed last week.

Commission seeks approval for millage

Board sends sales tax to voters

Across the area

Update fosters interaction at refuge

Man faces second death trial

Postcards to Dorsey

Chiefs group covers late bill

Home is where the heart is

Trading pages

Council reviews low bid
AIKEN - An Aiken construction firm has submitted the low base bid for a new terminal at the municipal airport, and the city council is expected to decide Monday whether to accept it.

Second survey approved
Columbia County parents will get a second survey on whether they want future school years to begin earlier.

Across the area

Falcons prepare for home game

Undrafted rookie impressing coaches

Mr. Joseph Marby
HEPHZIBAH - Mr. Joseph C. Marby, of Wednell Street, died Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2000, at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Fort Gordon.

Mr. George Hammond Sr.
LOS ANGELES - Mr. George P. Hammond Sr., 88, of Imperial Highway, died Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2000, at Imperial Crest Hospital, Hawthorne, Calif.

Mr. Robert Jolin
AIKEN - Mr Robert J. Jolin, 91, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. Reginald Veal
SANDERSVILLE, Ga. - Mr. Reginald Conrul Veal, 68, of Ferncrest Drive, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, Augusta.

Mr. Charles Perkins
WAYNESBORO, Ga. - Mr. Charles E. Perkins, 78, of Herndon Road, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at Select Specialty Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. William Trogdon
NEW ELLENTON - Mr. William C. ``Bill'' Trogdon, 84, died Monday. Aug. 7, 2000, at Pepperhill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

Mrs. Ronda McDade
WRENS, Ga. - Mrs. Ronda McDade, 33, of Mosley Chapel Road, died Saturday, Aug. 5, 2000, at Jefferson Hospital, Louisville.

Mr. Robert Berger
Mr. Robert Berger, 86, of Hickman Road, died Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Mr. Larry Bosket Sr.
WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. - Mr. Larry Darnell Bosket Sr., 49, of Lloydwood Drive, died Saturday, Aug. 5, 2000, at Lexington Medical Center, Lexington.

Mr. Willie Floyd
AIKEN - Mr. Willie L. ``Boe'' Floyd, 63, of Independent Boulevard, died Friday, Aug. 4, 2000, at Beverly Health Care Facility.

Mrs. Estelle May
Mrs. Estelle Virginia Muns May, 85, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Ms. Hermie Wright
FREEPORT LONG ISLAND, N.Y. - Ms. Hermie Wright, 54, of Porterfield Place, died Friday, Aug. 4, 2000.

Mr. Albert Beasley
BARNWELL, S.C. - Mr. Albert Dennis Beasley, 54, of Jackson Street, died Friday, Aug. 4, 2000.

Mrs. Etherine Williams
AIKEN - Mrs. Etherine ``Gick'' Williams, 66, of Carver Terrace, died Saturday, Aug. 5, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Sarah Crawford,
Mrs. Sarah ``Sis Crawford'' Crawford died Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2000, at Salem Nursing and Rehab Center of Augusta. Mrs. Crawford, of Scott Road, was 103.

Mr. Frederick Ealick Sr.
Mr. Frederick John Ealick Sr., 83, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Mrs. Willie Youngblood
Mrs. Willie Mae Goodwin Youngblood, 88, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2000, at Westwood Nursing Home.

Mrs. Louise Prickett
Mrs. Louise DeLaigle Prickett, 69, of Kennedy Drive, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at Beverly Manor Convalescent Center.

Mr. J. Lewis Wise
AIKEN - Mr. J. Lewis Wise, 90, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at Mattie C. Hall Health Care Center.

Mr. James Weatherly Sr.
Mr. James Calvin ``Jim'' Weatherly Sr., 86, of Martinez, died Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2000, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Rosa Burt
SALUDA, S.C. - Mrs. Rosa Mae Etheredge Burt, 63, of Edward Street, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2000, at Self Memorial Hospital, Greenwood.

Mr. Charles Hogan
Mr. Charles M. ``Chuck'' Hogan, of Martinez, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Charles Perkins
WAYNESBORO, Ga. - Mr. Charles E. Perkins, 78, of Herndon Road, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at Select Specialty Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Carolyn Law
Mrs. Carolyn Elizabeth Law, 94, of Evans, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2000, at Westwood Nursing Home.

Mr. Allen Moore
Mr. Allen C. ``Al'' Moore, 63, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mr. William Fohl
Mr. William J. Fohl, 90, of Evans, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2000, at Westwood Nursing Center.

Jacob Lariscy
SYLVANIA, Ga. - Jacob Tyler Lariscy, infant son of Herschel and Bonnie Lariscy, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2000, at Memorial Health University Medical Center, Savannah.

Mr. David Johnson
WARRENTON, Ga. - Mr. David T. Johnson, 69, of Azalea Drive, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Lois Swint
WAYNESBORO, Ga. - Mrs. Lois Ladell Swint, 88, of Brentwood Terrace, died Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2000, at Burke County Hospital.

Mrs. Sarah Crawford,

Mr. Reginald Veal

Mr. Robert Jolin

Mr. Frederick Ealick Sr.

Jacob Lariscy

Mrs. Estelle May

Mr. Allen Moore

Mrs. Ronda McDade

Mrs. Rosa Burt

Mrs. Carolyn Law

Mr. Larry Bosket Sr.

Mr. Joseph Marby

Mr. David Johnson

Ms. Hermie Wright

Mr. Charles Perkins

Mr. Charles Perkins

Mr. William Fohl

Mrs. Louise Prickett

Mr. Albert Beasley

Mr. Robert Berger

Mr. Charles Hogan

Mr. Willie Floyd

Mr. William Trogdon

Mr. George Hammond Sr.

'Moderate' veep charade; honor Allgoods
REMEMBER WHEN Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore said there'd be no ``games'' with regard to his vice presidential pick, and there'd be no leaks until the official announcement?

Herbal health dangers
If the powers-that-be in the lucrative dietary supplement business have any political sense at all, they'll impose a stiff system of self-regulation on themselves. If they don't, it's certain the government will.

City to blame for flood lawsuits
Augusta officials are scrambling to avoid residents' flood plain lawsuits by taking funds from city departments to pay for more flood control engineering, which does not stop flooding. Michael C. White, Augusta

Where's decent city government?
Here are some comments about the way Augusta government is running: Ronald G. Swank, Blythe

Pro-active for diversity
When minority- and women-owned businesses succeed, America succeeds. As a nation that supports upward mobility and a strong middle class, America must remember to include these businesses in this era of prosperity.

Clinton probes wasted millions
It appears nothing President Bill Clinton does or will ever do will be acceptable to some folks. Of all the investigations that were done, none of them ever ultimately implicated him or Hillary Clinton in any criminal wrongdoing. Ed Fierstos, Augusta

McKee cartoon speaks volumes
Congratulations on the great cartoon by Rick McKee in the July 30 Chronicle. Jeanne S. Marsh, Augusta

A productive nation
The most telling economic statistic in this ``energizer bunny'' economy isn't low inflation, interest or jobless rates or even, for that matter, a rising stock market.

Way to forgiveness found in Word
I agree with Barbara Mohler's July 28 letter that Christians don't condemn people. But I would like to differ with her implication that God condemns. In 1 Timothy 2:4, ``Who will have all men to be saved ...,'' God does not want anyone to be condemned. James Wertz, Hephzibah

Brady Act flops
The American Medical Association has contended for several years that the nation's ''gun culture'' is one of America's worst health hazards.

Chamber irks Columbia countian
Regarding the article, ``Communities foster homes'' in the July 31 Chronicle, I was appalled by the comments that Andy Kingery, president of the Chamber of Commerce, made concerning, who lives in Columbia County. Jan Olive, Augusta

'Moderate' veep charade; honor Allgoods
REMEMBER WHEN Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore said there'd be no ``games'' with regard to his vice presidential pick, and there'd be no leaks until the official announcement?

Show some support for Stallions
Regarding the lousy showing of support for our Stallions at the Aug. 1 playoff win over the Carolina Rhinos, I was the one with a sign that said, ``Our Stallions Who Art In Corral ... Forever and Ever. Amen.'' Adam Kleba, Ft. Gordon

Don't ignore animal cruelty
I agree with Billy McCalley's July 31 letter. If the television stations know where the cruelty to animals is located and the people involved, then they should do something about it. Sandy A. Tankersley, Appling

Elite streets get favored treatment
Clearly, there is a ``prominent address caste system'' that dictates the services Augustans can expect from the city. Sandra H. Wade, Augusta

Post Office to charge for e-mail?
An Aug. 2 Chronicle article said the U.S. Postal Service is concerned over the loss of first-class postage and that significant numbers of people are paying their bills via the Internet ... Thomas D. Kohli, Augusta

Pay those bills online
The Augusta-Richmond County government, long criticized for having too many horse-and-buggy services, is entering the Internet age. The Augusta Utilities Department offers an online service for consumers to pay water bills.

Columnist's intolerance is offensive
David Sisler's Aug. 5 column, ``The Bible is offensive, thank God,'' demonstrates the lack of reasonableness that makes it hard for many deeply spiritual Americans to be taken seriously by the more casually religious or secular segments of our society. J. William Nelson III, Augusta

Gore's veep pick
''Somehow we will never see one without thinking of the other,'' GOP vice-presidential nominee Dick Cheney said in his acceptance speech, referring to the decline in national moral leadership during the two-term tenure of President Clinton and Vice President Al Gore.

GOP Convention was a masquerade
After the funeral this week in Philadelphia, we are left with grief and condolences for those founding conservative Republican members left behind, unwanted and homeless. Joshua H. Bolin, Augusta

Heinous crime changes lives forever
I've lived in Aiken since 1951 and have seen many changes take place in this town since then - some for the better and some for the worse. Frank Murphy, Aiken

Alaska oil won't lower fuel prices
Regarding Bob Smock's Aug. 1 letter: Sam Booher, Martinez

Boxers hope for olympic status

Overtime: Gamecocks' hurdler passes up senior year

Lakers' West retires

FDA approves corticosteroid inhalant
WASHINGTON - An inhalant drug that can be used by asthmatic children as young as 1 year was approved Tuesday by the Food and Drug Administration.

Tornado technology adds to warning time
ATLANTA - Tornadoes in Georgia are short and deadly events, but new developments at Georgia Institute of Technology are expected to increase the amount of time residents have to take cover.

Gators used to measure Everglades water quality
LOXAHATCHEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE , Fla. - Gathering her ``team'' together at the front end of a Kline airboat, Laura A. Brandt was unsparing in describing their predicament.

Your style
THE FACTS: Samantha West, 17, a rising junior at Lucy C. Laney High School.

Deals abound when buying secondhand
Looking for new duds to wear when school starts but lack cash to splurge?

Deals abound when buying secondhand

Teens will enjoy actor's many roles

Plan ahead for better dorm life
For those of you getting ready to ship off for freshman year at college, Xtreme came up with a checklist of things to make dorm life bearable. Most rooms are already outfitted with a desk, a bed and a tiny closet. The other stuff is up to you. Good luck!

Your style

Advice line: Girl who broke trust of friend must confess

Advice line: Girl who broke trust of friend must confess
``My best friend went out of town for summer vacation, and she trusted me to keep tabs on her boyfriend. We ended up getting together. I don't know what to do.'' - 15-year-old Augusta girl

Teens will enjoy actor's many roles
Teens will enjoy the humor that Eddie Murphy creates to define each character.

Plan ahead for better dorm life

Gators used to measure Everglades water quality

Tornado technology adds to warning time

FDA approves corticosteroid inhalant