Yankees tie series

Mariners 6, Indians 2

Cleveland crushes the Mariners

D'backs top Cards, will face Braves

Rookie leads Cardinals to win

Remember when 'butt' was a bad word?

Several decisions loom heading into next series

Braves getting anxious

Mistakes people make when buying auto insurance

Steps to take now to save taxes next April

Home Depot is losing warehouse label

Typografical mistakes, mispellings can ruin resumay

Money market funds turn 30

Looking for work

Funds allotted to market tourism

Diversity in a retirement account

For some, axing the penny a matter of dollars and sense

Fed cuts add more suffering to saver's pain

On the move

Credit card rates once again miss the cut

Tigers' Dantzler takes center stage

Small college roundup

ACC roundup

Top 25 roundup

Monday morning quarterback

SEC roundup

Georgia Southern tops Appalachian State

Estes gets second win of year

Woosnam becomes oldest World Match Play champion

Golf capsules

Harlem stuns Laney

Weeks best in prep football

Thrashers fall to Hurricanes

Lynx notebook

Lynx ready for intense practice

Augusta falls to Pee Dee in shootout

Lawyers oppose lethal injection

Stops on the road to history

News you can use

News you can use

Risque restaurant loses license

Museums take great effort

Roadside patriotism

Across the area

Emergency task force to convene

Across Georgia

Across the Southeast

Subscriber of the day

Chair faces extinction nationwide


Islamic Society leader speaks at forum

Giving the Godfather his due

Across the area

Subscriber of the day

Across South Carolina

Around town

Mementos can be hard to find

Group saved Lincolnton house from bulldozers

Across Georgia

Receipt policy gets objections

Kruger hopes to use lessons learned in first NBA season

Falcons fall to 49ers in OT

Steelers' Bell knows how to hit

Falcons notebook

49ers 37, Falcons 31, OT

Reeves looks for rebound

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Augusta Georgia: Clemson Sports:Tigers' Dantzler takes center stage 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:History lives in North Augusta 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:City marks 50 years 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Subscriber of the day 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Subscriber of the day 10/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Giving the Godfather his due 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Crazy cats and deranged dogs 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Around town 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Group saved Lincolnton house from bulldozers 10/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Mementos can be hard to find 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Fashion's best shows up for 'Best' event 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:A pathway to the past 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:'Old' can be better in rowing 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Augusta Lynx:Augusta falls to Pee Dee in shootout 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Prep Football:Laney's 1961 title team has reunion 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Technology:Team trains to respond to threats 10/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:News you can use 10/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Artists seek recognition 10/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Roadside patriotism 10/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Around town 10/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Scary dolls contest 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Cross Creek battles way into state tournament 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Water logged 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Workers cope with layoffs 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Looking for work 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Lawyers oppose lethal injection 10/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Pets are taking control of their homes, owners 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Stops on the road to history 10/14/01

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Armadillos cover most of Georgia 10/14/01

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Students' attack reactions appall

Guntharp lawsuit can't be justified

Penny sales tax renewal supported

No thanks

Tankersley's mom didn't justice from judicial system

Tri-County success

Work toward a better community

Opposes sheriff's control of jail



Earnhardt getting handle on Martinsville

'Old' can be better in rowing

Hunters can get head start during muzzleloader season

Armadillos cover most of Georgia

Seared venison backstrap

Heroics make Haynes a go-to player

Crazy cats and deranged dogs

Pets are taking control of their homes, owners

Another decade, another 'Gilligan' reunion movie

Artists seek recognition

Inside the brain of the 'Inside the Actors Studio' guy

Scary dolls contest

Retired military officials used to explain war on terrorism

Water logged

'Smallville': Superman in the age of acne

Arts calendar

Weekly cable ratings

Georgia RB Smith to miss next game

Dogs maintain momentum

Gamecocks lose run at perfection

Holtz had worried about low-scoring game

Albanians fish with hijacked army dynamite

Odds and ends

Digital cameras: Out of the crib and learning to drive

Holiday shopping? One word: electronics

Windows XP adds new features

High-tech toys for travelers

Making your home computer more secure

Team trains to respond to threats

Widgets, gadgets and gizmos only a Palm user could love

Mech combat game has lots of action, not much new

Graphics, tons of puzzles make "ICO" a PS2 must-have

The world's tiniest phone and other novelty gifts

A great year for gamers


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