More bodies found inside South Korean ferry

Ship’s captain, two crew members arrested in conjunction with the accident, which left more than 300 missing or dead.

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.

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.

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

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.

Jon Imber, renowned painter and Maine resident, dies at 63

After his diagnosis of ALS in 2012, Imber continued to paint, defying the limits of his disease.

New clinic for Portland’s homeless opens doors Tuesday

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

Do corporate incentives work? It’s a matter of opinion

A state’s enticement is just one of many factors involved in a company’s choice of a location.

Ohio couple die of old age within hours of each other

They were inseparable from their teen years, their children say, and still so after 70 years of marriage.

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