12:19 AM

Triple murder suspect got U.S. visa through Portland group

Ibragim Todashev has ties to the Boston Marathon bombers and was killed by FBI agents last year.

6:44 PM

Holt’s RBI triple helps Red Sox beat Orioles, 4-2 Several photos included in this story

David Ortiz also contributes to ending the Orioles’ three-game winning streak.

1:36 PM

Fiat and Chrysler to build 3 Jeep models in China

Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said in the statement that the deal represents the next phase in the “expansion on a global scale of the Jeep brand.”

1:00 AM

Our Views: Thumbs up, thumbs down; a week in Maine news

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Maine soldier receives armored plate that saved his life

Video clip included Timothy Gilboe of Westbrook took a bullet in hand-to-hand combat in Afghanistan and lived to tell about it – when he has to.
Bill Nemitz: Hometown embraces its Silver Star hero

Maine to put ID photos on welfare benefit cards

The LePage administration says the action will prevent fraud and abuse, but advocates for the poor say such plans potentially harm those who rely on benefits.

80 residents become America's newest citizens at Portland ceremony

They come from 30 countries as diverse as France, Iraq, Jamaica, Togo, Brazil and Canada.
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5:16 PM

Body found off Mass. highway identified as Jeremiah Oliver

Five-year-old’s disappearance prompted scrutiny of state child welfare agency

4:38 PM

Three bodies retrieved from inside sunken S. Korean ferry

Death toll rises to 36, with nearly 270 people still missing.

New clinic for Portland’s homeless opens doors Tuesday

The nonprofit Portland Community Health Center at 63 Preble St. will begin seeing patients Tuesday.

Boston prepares for biggest wave ever of marathon visitors

The field of runners has been expanded by 9,000 to nearly 36,000, and spectators could double – to 1 million.
Ortiz wants to visit finish line
MIT honors officer shot by Tsarnaevs

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Friends of fallen soldier, USM student share grief 10 years later

Several photos included in this story A tribute to Spc. Christopher Gelineau, who died in Iraq, is an opportunity to mourn.

Passamaquoddy tribe member, former representative, charged with eel poaching

Frederick Moore III of Maine argued for tribal fishing rights.

USM faculty still pondering its budget cuts

The Faculty Senate president says layoffs are a possibility as his group seeks $14 million in savings.

11:56 AM

A 13th body pulled from snow in Everest avalanche

Another three guides remained missing, and searchers were working quickly to find them in case weather conditions deteriorated.

4:52 PM

Moose charges snowmobilers in Maine

A New Hampshire couple gets a scare near Jackman.

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