Avoid capital gains tax with a gift to charity

Business briefs

Euro designer's themes connect the continent

Tough times makes money talk necessary

Financial gifts to children have tax advantages

Don't ask potential boss to circulate resume for you

Banks are watching what you buy

A guide to donation tax breaks

Utes, Trojans go bowling amid distractions of Las Vegas

Duke's unanimous again, Butler's in rankings for first time in 53 years

UConn still No. 1 in women's poll

Jackets fall to Tulane, 79-69

Tech, Stanford prepare for first bowl game in Seattle

Chan Gailey negotiating for Georgia Tech job

South Carolina player of the year

Best Wishes

South Carolina team

Georgia team

Georgia coach of the year

Georgia player of the year

Georgia All-State Team

No holiday cheer for Lynx

Across Georgia

The Story of Christmas

Around town

Across Georgia

Length of probe attracts reaction

A modern-day Christmas story

Man has keys to watery worlds

Around town

News you can use


Across the area

Business as usual

Empty Stocking Fund

Sign of the season

A play place for all

Subscriber of the day

Thrown brick gets teens arrested

Area Christmas schedules

Empty Stocking Fund

Subscriber of the day

College courses focus on terrorism topics

Seasonal stroll

News you can use

Shoe screening becomes part of airport security

Issel in limbo after taking leave of absence

Wizards don't stink anymore

Focusing on the Meadowlands

Chandler sparks victory

Poor pass coverage a big concern for Reeves

Panthers fall short of win for Christmas

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Augusta Georgia: Xtreme:Family planning 12/25/01

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Augusta Georgia: Prep Football:Natural selections 12/25/01

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Augusta Georgia: Metro:Sign of the season 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Pro Football:Chandler sparks victory 12/24/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:The Story of Christmas 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Business as usual 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Around town 12/24/01

Augusta Georgia: Xtreme:Mudd overly serious, but it does sound good 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Subscriber of the day 12/24/01

Augusta Georgia: Xtreme:Artist's corner 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Men push Christmas shopping to deadline 12/24/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Having failed to sell Regency, owner shifts tactics 12/25/01

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Augusta Georgia: Metro:A play place for all 12/24/01

Augusta Georgia: Xtreme:'Rock Steady' is no doubt a change for punk/ska band 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Seasonal stroll 12/24/01

Augusta Georgia: Prep Football:Georgia player of the year 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: College Football:Vanderbilt hires Furman's Johnson 12/24/01

Augusta Georgia: Prep Football:South Carolina coach of the year 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Will Smith really got into his role in 'Ali' 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Xtreme:Audio best 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Xtreme:Your style 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Around town 12/25/01

Augusta Georgia: Xtreme:My pad 12/25/01

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Christmas meaning

Puppies not always good gifts

Journalism teacher irked by plagiarism

Share your holiday celebration with safety personnel

Native Americans weren't terrorists

'Yes, Virginia ...'

Car dealer's move took lots of work

The Christmas story

Good Augusta help scared away

Olympic flame's oldest carrier is 102-year-old Ohioan


Friendship out as push comes to shove


Olympic torch begins its journey through New York

Age old question

Senior calendar

What's wrong with this picture?

TV shows on the endangered series list

Christmas specials worthy of the name

Answers to picture game

MTV back in business with '[filtered word]'

Lesson learned

Struggles don't faze BC's Green

Your style

Poll of the week

Family planning

Artist's corner

Teen-age singer has 'spirited' debut

Army rule keeps Santa grounded

Odds and ends

'Grand Theft Auto' far from politically correct

Health calendar

Safety of popular energy drinks being debated

Software does the snooping for you

Getting a new PC to work correctly, safely

Getting through the holidays with diabetes

Cheap tech toys for the holidays

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