Stadium sign says it all: 26 World titles

Braves exercise option on Smoltz

Guys learn quite a bit on their own

Business calendar

Business briefs

New machine opens window for company

Million-dollar firm began for laughs

On the move

Business briefs

Peterson ties mark held by ex-Buckeye

South Carolina notebook

Georgia Southern notebook

Georgia seals its own fate

SEC Preview

ACC preview

Jackets touchdown spoils Tigers' record

TV schedule conflict solved

Tech exploits Clemson's weaknesses

South Carolina falls to Tennessee

Clemson notebook

Georgia won the wrong war

South Carolina notebook

Georgia Southern notebook

Kiawah's Ocean Course again the star

Flesch holds his own against Tiger

Harlem earns its playoff spot

McCormick 13, Calhoun Falls 12

Statesboro 48, Butler 6

Wash.-Wilkes 62, Oglethorpe 7

Screven's Brown keeps streak alive

Evans earns playoff berth

Mustangs open playoffs at home

Burke County over Thomson

Silver Bluff wins battle of unbeatens

Lakeside downs rival Greenbrier

Midland Valley over Strom Thurmond

Westside surprises Washington County

Warren County 34, Aquinas 13

Prep football schedule

Hephzibah blanks Glenn Hills

Smith, Ready pace Aiken win

Wardlaw 20, Wyman King 14

Week's best in prep football

Edmund Burke Academy tops David Emanuel

ECHL power poll

ECHL notebook

Goalie seeks first victory

Oliver looks back at tenure

Thurmond stumps for JROTC

McDuffie council will change

Longtime incumbent faces fierce competition

Incumbent takes lead in district

Chasing cars

United Way exceeds campaign goal

Sheriff hopefuls tout plans

Police say man was shot before fire

Systems prove uninsured care can see success

Students take issue over rebel flag poll

Development plan draws ire

Girl's Web site honors her slain sister-in-law

Convicted legislators face vote

Across the area

Slaying details surface

Across the area

Celtics star set for season

Atlanta's Reeves stays busy

Falcons' Tuggle out for season

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Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Poets and would-be poets have many reasons to rhyme 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Oliver looks back at tenure 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: New machine opens window for company 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Georgian-style home has natural appeal 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Augusta's job rate increases 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Reported visits recall tower's grim history 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Development plan draws ire 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Woman helps others with abuse shelter 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Family reunion 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Magazine says road is unsafe 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Chasing cars 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Apartment blaze displaces residents 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Sheriff hopefuls tout plans 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: In the know 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Incumbent takes lead in district 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Mother of groom has many questions 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Family, friends send their `Little Bit' home 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Islands that once thrived on slave trade are selling tourism 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Million-dollar firm began for laughs 10/29/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Called to work and to serve 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: McDuffie council will change 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Thurmond stumps for JROTC 10/28/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Haunted trail has surprises 10/28/00

Mrs. Mabel Brown

Mr. Holland Kinsey Jr.

Mrs. Anna Ruxton,

Mr. Villa Dyches

Mrs. Lila Huckabee

Mr. Harold Alexander

Ms. Hilda Busby

Mr. Daniel Chrisco

Mrs. Maxie Shepherd

Ms. Hilda Busby

Mrs. Onelia Kennedy

Ms. Doris Bynes

Mr. Rickey Martin Sr.

Mr. Anthony Betts

Alexis Spires

Mrs. Fannie Houston

Mrs. Buler Moore

Mrs. Patricia Greathouse

Mrs. Hassie McLendon

Mrs. Delia Banks

Mrs. Thernell Dukes

Mr. Hoyt Tanner Sr.

Mr. Brooks Glover Sr.

Mr. David Morris Sr.

Mr. Ricky Myers

Mr. George Daley Jr.

Mr. Gurmukhsingh Udhwani

Mr. Philip Holmes

Rev. Albert Mason Sr.

Mr. Ricky Myers

Mr. Ernest Estes Sr.

Mrs. Hazel Turner

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How to curb the Firestone tire peril 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Nightmare of immorality, decadence 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Civil/magistrate judge 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Aiken Co. Sheriff 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Columnist blasted in defense of Augusta commissioner 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

District 22 Senate seat 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sports participation is educational 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Arafat orchestrated popular uprising 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Aiken's one-cent tax makes sense 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sisler: RU-486 continues Clinton's legacy of shame 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

U.S. House District 10 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

`People person' for Aiken sheriff 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

People, not taxes, heart of community 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Flag-wavers: Help foster kids 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Kent: Challenge to Augusta; Columbia 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Churchgoer applauds denial of permits 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Minchew is choice for District 10 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rips airport subsidy to Daniel Field 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Senator's deadbeat dad ads sickening 102800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Republican backs incumbent Democrat 102900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Campbell diary

Overtime

Ganassi hires little known drivers again

Barrel racers hit town for six-day run

Strickland is arrested in Washington

NBHA schedule

Season's opening day draws thousands

Sound off letter

Reflections on the best time of year

Outdoors calendar

Communications firms push last-minute measures
WASHINGTON (AP) - An alliance between commercial broadcasters and public radio has won congressional support to undercut an administration plan to create hundreds of new low-power radio stations.

In the know

Haunted trail has surprises

Islands that once thrived on slave trade are selling tourism

Woman helps others with abuse shelter

Poets and would-be poets have many reasons to rhyme

God, the great promise-keeper

Reported visits recall tower's grim history

Haunted hotels

Mother of groom has many questions

Georgian-style home has natural appeal

Candy bar quiz

Called to work and to serve

Faith digest

Public mislead about mad-cow disease

Communications firms push last-minute measures

Hackers break into Microsoft's network