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    Controversial tweets by GOP vice chair Isgro divide Republican leaders

    The Senate Republican Leader said he doesn't approve of Nick Isgro's claims about immigrants spreading infectious diseases and is "in the process of taking some actions," but Isgro says he's had "a massive outcry of support."

  • Local & State
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    Maine native slain: ‘To fight for your country and then die like this’

    Westbrook native Shawn Mckeough, who was serving in the Air Force, was shot while trying to prevent a convenience store robbery in Arkansas. Police have identified 1 of 2 suspects.

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    Portsmouth Naval Shipyard could lose $150 million to build border wall

    The Kittery shipyard is among the military installations around the nation that could have money reallocated to build the wall President Trump says is necessary for the nation's security.

  • Local & State
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    For alleged sex trafficking victim, a hard life, abridged

    At 38, Carol Swan died before she could testify against her alleged abuser, but the new man in her life said she had finally found a sense of peace.

  • Lifestyle
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    Bullying takes center stage as Richmond native brings band DaCav to Maine for music video

    Sydney Choate, a 2013 graduate of Richmond Middle and High School, directed the group's recent release, “Let’s Take a Walk," which was filmed in part at the school and stars local students.

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    China fire chiefs claim selectmen’s decreased budget recommendations will undermine operations

    Chiefs William Van Wickler, Richard Morse and Tim Theriault voiced concerns over proposed cuts to firefighter stipends, inquiries into their fundraising dollars and a lack of communication with the town's elected officials in a March 13 letter to townspeople.

  • Life & Culture
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    Flag carried into Civil War battles by Maine regiment comes home

    Torn and tattered by 19th-century action in Louisiana and Texas, the flag has been donated to the Maine Military Museum in South Portland.

  • Local & State
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    Manchester man recognized as ‘real hero’ for 53 years of donating lifesaving blood

    Jack Schrader gives blood as often as he can and has given more than 14 gallons of blood since 1965, when he was motivated to donate blood by his brother serving in Vietnam.

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