Braves notebook

Braves lose, Maddux exits with injury

Braves notebook

Braves fall to Mets

Business briefs

Pocket change

Rebuilding with rubber

Business calendar

Delta layoffs will be felt statewide

Wildcats have 'nothing to lose' against No. 2 Florida

Navy players look forward to distraction of football

College football resumes with tributes and tears

Southern crush

Clemson's Herring returns to sideline

SEC roundup

Gamecocks send message in win

ACC roundup

Jackets, Bulldogs endure long layoffs after attacks

Clemson's high hopes fade

Nelson takes first-round lead at SAS Championship

Golf roundup

LPGA cuts tournament to 54 holes

Other half of field deals with rare day off course

Diaz seeks first win on tour

Edge continues her consistent play

Klein waits in wings with lead

Laura's legion

Amateur Coble at 11-over; Edge waits out delays

Tschetter makes it better

Perspective puts LPGA out front

Foursome accounts for three aces

Terrain challenges endurance of fans, golfers

Grounds crew fights effects of Mother Nature

Seven birdie day propels Hanson

Leader reaps benefits from luck of draw

Morgan County 34, Richmond Academy 18

Washington County 28, Putnam County 13

Blackville-Hilda blanks Elloree

Screven County 26, Swainsboro 0

Week's best in prep football

Cross Creek 28, Oglethorpe 19

Running back leads Lakeside to victory

Wardlaw 78, Laurens Academy 30

Thomson rolls to shutout win

Rebels command Bulldogs

Hawes leads Briarwood past Edmund Burke

Westside, 13, Newton 0

Win lets Wildcats look ahead

Mt. Zion scores late, edges Evans

Irmo 47, South Aiken 24

Statesboro tops Burke Count

Yellow Jackets hold off Bruins

Lynx notebook

From Augusta to Africa: part 2

Savannah seeks estimate on plans to restore city square

Aiken cemetery gets cleanup aid

Officers speak on road rage

A changing Africa

Barber shop has come to its final cut

A salute to brethren

Youths' interest in military varies

Senators abandon map plan

Doctors issue warning on rare type of cancer

Across the area

'An unofficial guest'

Vows he couldn't keep

A love for the people

Airport terminal adds flair

Lawsuit expected in fund fight

Across the area

Grant will link clinic records

Failed map attempts rile lawmakers

Augusta lawyer Hinton Pierce dies


Academy's first coed class has 50th reunion

Former U.S. Attorney Hinton Pierce dies at 74

Veterans list

Newspaper changes will better fill your needs

Proud hearts

Bush confers with Putin

Rumsfeld says contact lost with unmanned aircraft over Afghanistan

Investors prepare for another week of uncertain trading

Mass. leaders told Boston could be terrorist target

Thousands gather for Trade Center prayer service

For some employees, it's back to work, but hardly back to normal

Europeans make arrests; U.S. unveils data on suspects

Military preparations for war on terrorism made around the nation

A look at the U.S. airstrike arsenal

Flying school says graduate identified as hijacker is alive in Morocco

Bush signs $15 billion bill to compensate airlines

FBI probes possible Alabama ties of man detained near Dulles

Stars turn out in unprecedented televised pitch for victims

Soldiers go into uncertain future with little notice

Bush creates anti-terrorism office

Administration vows to lay out evidence against bin Laden

America's war on terrorism could be less visible than Gulf War

Hundreds attend rallies calling for nonviolent response

Saudi Arabia says U.S. cannot use a key base

U.S. sends more warplanes to Gulf

Vikings' Jacquet fined $5,000 for taunt

Titans owner gets franchise; Kats move to Atlanta

Second loss in West could cripple Falcons

Game's the same; yet, it'll be different for fans

Augusta Georgia: Features:Homeowner returns to his old neighborhood 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Klein waits in wings with lead 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Rookie Badder hangs on to remain in hunt 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Decision disappoints Sorenstam 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Right equipment can help assure tree-stand safety 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Prep Football:Rebels command Bulldogs 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Edge continues her consistent play 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Prep Football:Silver Bluff extends win streak to 20 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Grant will link clinic records 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Grounds crew fights effects of Mother Nature 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Officers speak on road rage 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Judge objects to clerks' pay 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Seven birdie day propels Hanson 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Volunteers fix up home for woman 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Tschetter makes it better 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Terrain challenges endurance of fans, golfers 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Diaz seeks first win on tour 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:From Augusta to Africa: part 2 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:LPGA cuts tournament to 54 holes 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:A changing Africa 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Barber shop has come to its final cut 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:'An unofficial guest' 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Grand Slam draws big names 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:A love for the people 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Academy's first coed class has 50th reunion 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Religion:Bombers lured by promise of bliss 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Laura's legion 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Vows he couldn't keep 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Martinez couple treat their granddaughter to Canadian trip 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Where the wild things are 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Rebuilding with rubber 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:The dating game 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Other half of field deals with rare day off course 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:'Southern Living' to demonstrate Southern style 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Leader reaps benefits from luck of draw 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Proud hearts 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Airport terminal adds flair 09/23/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Aiken cemetery gets cleanup aid 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Religion:Muslim community condemns attacks 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Field shrinks to 138 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Amateur Coble at 11-over; Edge waits out delays 09/22/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:A salute to brethren 09/23/01

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World leader emerges

Chronicle critized, praised for its coverage of crisis

Readers express thoughts of concern, faith after assaults

Homeland defense

A war against evil

Toll of terrorist attacks saddens CSRA Muslims

Touched by news anchor's tears

Planners say games will go on despite war on terror

Soccer coach: Greek soccer fans tried to burn U.S. flag

Jarrett wants time to refocus

Australia-Sweden tied 1-1 in semifinal; French lead Dutch 2-0

Jarrett wins pole in Dover


Outdoors calendar

Baiting shrimp costs out-of-state residents

Right equipment can help assure tree-stand safety

Women's Masters a dream

Where the wild things are

Dating poll results

Ridicule deserves a cutting response

Arts calendar

Homeowner returns to his old neighborhood

'Southern Living' to demonstrate Southern style

The dating game

Martinez couple treat their granddaughter to Canadian trip

Rocket launch goes awry

Mad cow disease in Asia confirmed

Computer world on guard for cyber attacks

Laptops will be required at Clemson

A few considerations before buying Windows XP

Builders get list for green standards

A new implanatable hearing aid unveiled

Aggressive bull sharks populate the Southeast

Army tests in '50s showed how bio-threat might spread

Clerics debate role of suicide bombers

Bombers lured by promise of bliss

God heals all forms of blindness

Muslim community condemns attacks

Religion calendar