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A mom sought a fresh start in Maine. Her story has a horrific finish

Kimberly Mironovas wanted to wipe the slate clean. Now her son and two other teens are accused in her killing.

The trial of Bryon Hefner, who appeared Tuesday in court for his arraignment, has been set for the spring of 2019.

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

Bryon Hefner, Rosenberg’s husband, pleads not guilty to multiple charges

The political scandal that ended the Senate presidency of Stanley Rosenberg moved out of the State House and into the court house Tuesday.

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Parents and students voiced a deep sense of betrayal over the closure of Mount Ida College at a state hearing Tuesday.

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Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson was besieged by complaints that he improperly dispensed drugs, created a hostile workplace, and was intoxicated on duty.

B.J. Herbison, 58, a retired software developer in Bolton, checks his financial prospects daily at home. “A lot of these market moves are overreactions,” he said.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Older investors have an eye on retirement, and on stock market gyrations

Many retirees, and people nearing retirement, are well aware of the market’s recent volatility. But financial advisers warn against worrying about every up and down.

The World

Arrests loom after Peruvian villagers ‘lynch’ tourist accused of killing their shaman

Villagers in Peru mourned during the burial of Olivia Arévalo Lomas.

By Samantha Schmidt and Avi Selk

Arrests loom after Peruvian villagers ‘lynch’ tourist accused of killing their shaman

Seeking aid abroad, Lebanon uproots Syrian refugees

Syrian refugee children played outside their family tents at a Syrian refugee camp in the town of Bar Elias, in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley on Monday.

By Philip Issa

The UN’s refugee agency say Lebanese authorities are evicting refugees from towns and camps in the country on questionable legal grounds.

Violence erupts between Greeks and refugees on islands

On Sunday, riot police tried to keep local protesters away from migrants during clashes at the port of Mytilene, Greece, on the island of Lesbos.

By Niki Kitsantonis

Greek authorities and human rights groups say they fear rising tensions and more conflicts on the islands that house tens of thousands of refugees.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

‘Red flag’ gun law might prevent carnage

Travis Reinking is suspected of killing four people in a shooting at a restaurant in Antioch, Tenn.

Travis Reinking, the Nashville shooter, was allowed to decide who could keep his guns.

Opinion | Thomas Gagen

Cambridge police shouldn’t be second-guessed for use of force

By John Hilliard GLOBE CORRESPONDENT APRIL 15, 2018 Cambridge’s mayor called a video of a police officer repeatedly striking a black Harvard University student while he was pinned to the ground by fellow officers “disturbing” and promised that the findings of an internal probe would be made public.

By Thomas Gagen

There are many instances of police targeting blacks in the United States, but this isn’t one of them.

SCOT LEHIGH

The great deal-breaker takes on the Iran accord

Former U.S. Ambassador to the UN John Bolton speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, in Oxon Hill, Md. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

By Scot Lehigh

President Trump’s comments on Iran are bluster pressed into service as ad hoc foreign policy.

Metro

Bryon Hefner, Rosenberg’s husband, pleads not guilty to multiple charges

The trial of Bryon Hefner, who appeared Tuesday in court for his arraignment, has been set for the spring of 2019.

By Joshua Miller

The political scandal that ended the Senate presidency of Stanley Rosenberg moved out of the State House and into the court house Tuesday.

A mom sought a fresh start in Maine. Her story has a horrific finish

 Police found the body of 47-year-old Kimberly Mironovas early Sunday in her home in Litchfield, Maine.

By Laura Crimaldi, Jerome Campbell and Emily Sweeney

Kimberly Mironovas wanted to wipe the slate clean. Now her son and two other teens are accused in her killing.

Ground Game

Believe it or not, a New England state is the only one to never send a woman to Congress

Vermont has a reputation as a liberal wonderland. Yet here we are in 2018, and Vermont is in fact the only state that has only ever elected white men to Congress.

By James Pindell

If asked to guess, it’s a safe bet that few Americans would have put this state anywhere on their list of possibilities.

Business & Tech

Older investors have an eye on retirement, and on stock market gyrations

B.J. Herbison, 58, a retired software developer in Bolton, checks his financial prospects daily at home. “A lot of these market moves are overreactions,” he said.

By Robert Weisman

Many retirees, and people nearing retirement, are well aware of the market’s recent volatility. But financial advisers warn against worrying about every up and down.

Is State Street leaving its HQ tower?

State Street Corp.’s headquarters, One Financial Center, at 1 Lincoln St. in Boston.

By Jon Chesto

The financial services firm’s lease at One Financial Center ends in 2023, and it’s examining its options for downtown office space.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Stocks are plunging. Blame bonds

Traders worked the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

By Evan Horowitz

The yield on the 10-year Treasury bond touched 3 percent on Tuesday. The Dow closed down more than 424 points. There is a connection.

Obituaries

Arthur S. Hulnick, 82, former CIA officer and BU professor

Mr. Hulnick wrote “Fixing the Spy Machine.’’

By Bryan Marquard

Mr. Hulnick, of Brookline, also wrote books about the US intelligence community.

Roy Hawthorne Sr., 92; was a ‘Navajo Code Talker’ in World War II

Mr. Hawthorne was vice president of a group representing the Code Talkers of World War II.

By the Associated Press

Mr. Hawthorne and other Code Talkers used their native language to confound the Japanese during the war.

Bob Dorough 94; composed songs for ‘Schoolhouse Rock’ series

By Matt Schudel

Mr. Dorough performed with jazz greats Charlie Parker and Miles Davis, but was perhaps best known for his whimsical compositions.

Sports

CELTICS 92, BUCKS 87

Celtics hang on to beat Bucks, take 3-2 series lead

Boston, MA: 4-24-18: The Celtics Al Horford tries to block a second half shot of the Bucks Eric Bledsoe. The Boston Celtics hosted the Milwaukee Bucks for Game Five of their NBA Eastern Conference first round playoff series at the TD Garden. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Adam Himmelsbach

Game 6 is Thursday at 8 p.m. in Milwaukee.

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

It got hot on the court, but Al Horford kept his cool

The Celtics’ Al Horford brought the TD Garden fans out of their seats after hitting a 3-pointer to give Boston a 77-70 lead.

By Christopher L. Gasper

The oft-criticized Celtics big man with the max contract led the way Tuesday with 22 points, 14 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 blocks.

Blue Jays 4, Red Sox 3 (10 inn.)

Red Sox’ bats too quiet as losing streak hits 3

Steve Pearce slid across home plate in the second inning to score the game’s first run.

By Peter Abraham

Craig Kimbrel allowed a walkoff home run in the 10th inning to Curtis Granderson.

Wednesday Food

What She’s Having

A case of the Mondays, a tin of smoked eels

At haley.henry, smoked eels are served beside a dollop of aioli, lemon wedges, leaves of parsley, a pile of salt, and two rolls.

By Devra First

At wine bar haley.henry, every bottle has a story.

Getting Salty with Jason Tom of Night Market

By Kara Baskin

Mutual funds weren’t lighting Jason Tom’s fire, so he begged for a job in a restaurant kitchen. Thankfully, he got one.

Auntie Dalie’s pasta lives on

Maureen and Jon Haynes started business a year ago to earn extra money to go camping. As it turns out, they bought a pop-up camper, but now they’re too busy to get away.

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TV Critic’s Corner

Squaring off while playing games on ‘Hip Hop Squares’

By Michael Andor Brodeur