Saturday, April 19, 2014
Ibragim Todashev has ties to the Boston Marathon bombers and was killed by FBI agents last year.
The Faculty Senate president says layoffs are a possibility as his group seeks $14 million in savings.
Frederick Moore III of Maine argued for tribal fishing rights.
They come from 30 countries as diverse as France, Iraq, Jamaica, Togo, Brazil and Canada.
View the countries of origin for Maine's newest citizens: Map
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
The nonprofit Portland Community Health Center at 63 Preble St. will begin seeing patients Tuesday.
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.
The disaster three days ago left more than 270 people missing and at least 29 people dead.
South Korean ferry evacuation was delayed; death toll rises
Transcript of distress call by South Korean ferry
Medicaid expansion and welfare reform figure prominently in both parties’ plans for fall.
Iran’s choice for U.N. ambassador was a member of the student group that held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days.
Teen driver dies after car leaves road, slams into tree / Wild turkey crashes into state trooper’s windshield / Former Maine pastor avoids jail with child porn guilty plea ... and more news from around the state.
The selection of subjects on Good Friday reflects the pope’s resolve to focus the church on those who suffer.
A late third-period goal lifts the Red Wings to victory in a hard-fought opening game.
A new ferry for Portland and a new way of getting dental care for everyone were among the stories that caught our eye.
Thirty-two states join forces to investigate accounts of predatory lending, misleading statistics and more.
Star treatment as new Nova Scotia ferry arrives in Portland
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