Braves notebook

Braves top Astros

Hank Aaron to be keynote speaker at 14th Boys & Girls Club dinner

The cost of the bottom line

The 1990s: A decade of slackers?

On the move

Cash piles up as investors worry about stocks

Economic reports point to bold Fed move to cut interest rates

Business briefs

Making a better presentation

Companies to tell consumers each long-distance rate change

Pocket change

The cost of compliance

Mortgage refinancing heating up

Business calendar

"The Shark" gets a special victory

Georgetown ends Hampton's Cinderella story

Iowa St. 85, Florida St. 70

Penn State 82, North Carolina 74

North Carolina advances easily

Young Kentucky moves on to regional semifinals

Missouri 78, Georgia 65

Mississippi 59, Notre Dame 56

Prince leads Kentucky past Iowa

Illinois 79, Charlotte 61

The lower the seed the better at NCAAs

Xavier 77, Clemson 62

Bearcats beat the jinx

Temple 75, Florida 54

Ohio State 73, DePaul 62

Watson, Bruins get another shot at Duke

Stanford survives against St. Joesph's

St. Joe's-Stanford was 'pure college basketball'

Maryland, Georgetown finally get chance to meet

Area players prepare for championship

Tiger wins Bay Hill Invitational

Woods on top at Bay Hill

Lynx lose in overtime

ECHL notebook

Correction

Finals days see flurry of bills

Accident renews safety questions

School's cadets test resources

Educator uses dreams of her youth to teach

Across the area

Across the area

Volunteers give area early spring cleaning

Burmeister takes stand on budget

Facility makes Top 100 Hospitals list

Guard members allege prejudice

Bus lobby focuses on next year

Readers say they want change in government

Correction

Specialized textiles thrive in slowdown

Traffic concerns plague plan

Aiken Trials attendees give approving verdict

Stackhouse leads Pistons by Hawks

Lakers 95, Magic 90

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Harlem man talks turkey for world title 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Burmeister takes stand on budget 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Readers say they want change in government 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:EPD reports decrease in toxic emissions 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Jockey excels in comeback 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Baseball:Braves 7, Dodgers 1 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:School's cadets test resources 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Facility makes Top 100 Hospitals list 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Parade, races put fun in holiday 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Guard members allege prejudice 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Augusta Chronicle Sports Columnist Scott Michaux:Lucky break helps Tiger win 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Educator uses dreams of her youth to teach 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Savannah man yields record fish 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Palm trees form Arizona oasis 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Pro Football:Celebrities line up for benefit game 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:New home fits in traditionally 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Volunteers give area early spring cleaning 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Bus lobby focuses on next year 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Wedding guest finds request puzzling 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Bucknell earns six victories 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Irish eyes smile on downtown 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Tiger wins Bay Hill Invitational 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Traffic concerns plague plan 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Aiken Trials attendees give approving verdict 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:The cost of compliance 03/18/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Jarrett wins Carolina Dodge Dealers 400 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Players turn out for fund raiser 03/19/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:The making of 'Pollock' 03/18/01

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Mrs. Catherine Neff

Mrs. Novella Ivey

Mrs. Sara Lively

Mr. Robert Starz

Mrs. Novella Ivey

Mr. T. Steve Bramblett

Mrs. Vandella Johnson

Mr. Tom Butler

Mrs. Mary Gay

Mr. Thomas Sherlock

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Mrs. Fannie Cato

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Mr. Redgnald Bushell

Mrs. Essie Prather

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Corey Skipper

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Mrs. Shirley May

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Mrs. Alma Lamb

Mr. George Sanders

Ms. Mae Keowm

Discusses dilemma of trying child offenders as adults

Dial 'No' to 10 digits

Is it time to kick the meat-eat habit?

Play to our strengths

Animal control director defended

Kent: Augusta's vote foul-up rate; three choices

Applauds columnist for courage

Applauds columnist breaking rank

Pans choice of story for Page 1

Pass Columbia Co. sales tax

Opposes cloning of human beings

Claims Bragdon lacks compassion

Notes state of personal responsibility

Milestones zip by for Ricky Rudd

Bucknell earns six victories

Jarrett wins Carolina Dodge Dealers 400

Overtime

NASCAR notebook

Jockey excels in comeback

NASCAR notebook

Harlem man talks turkey for world title

Savannah man yields record fish

Outdoors Calendar

Lucky break helps Tiger win

Howell refuses to let slow start bother him

Daily TV highlights for the week

Amy aims for motherhood

'Jack & Jill': Up the Nielsen hill

New home fits in traditionally

The making of 'Pollock'

Palm trees form Arizona oasis

Lisa Simpson: Queen of the 20th century

Arts Calendar

Self-destructive lifestyle cut artist's life short

Porous borders in U.S. worry Congress

'Cocktails' help HIV patients live longer

Study: Atmosphere trapping heat

Uranium miners: Dying for relief

Biotech startups prosper in Israel

March Madness boosts digital television