1 hr ago
Lake Superior lighthouse free to right taker
No longer needed by the U.S. Coast Guard, the historic Superior Harbor South Breakwater lighthouse is being offered free to any eligible entity for educational, recreational, cultural or historic preservation purposes.
4 hrs ago
Historic Lake Superior lighthouse offered free - with a catch
No longer needed by the U.S. Coast Guard, the lighthouse is being offered to any eligible group that would use it - and pay for its upkeep - for education, recreational, cultural or historic preservation purposes.
9 hrs ago
Decommissioned Coast Guard ship set for reopening
A decommissioned U.S. Coast Guard ship that was sold to a private owner by the Port Huron Museum is being reopened to the public.
Sun May 19, 2013
Maine Troop Greeters Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary on Armed Forces Day
Bangor - This weekend was all about honoring our service men and women. It was Armed Forces Day and the 10 year Anniversary of the Maine Troop Greeters.
Can a golf cart travel coast-to-coast? Coast Guard members find out
Go Carts which stands for, Guardsmen Carting Across the States, is designed to raise awareness of injured service members for the Wounded Warriors Project .
Norwalk man charged in meth lab bust
The raid happened in back in March. The Norwalk Reflector reports authorities found an active meth lab in the apartment of Allen Mobberly, 32.
Fostoria woman has serious injuries after crash
We have an update to a car accident we reported on Thursday. It happened on State Route 199 at Eagleville Road.
The Miami Herald
3 held on drug charges following arrest at sea
During a sunny morning in late April, a U.S. Coast Guard cutter docked in Miami Beach and unloaded 2,200 pounds of cocaine worth $27 million tightly wrapped in plastic bags.
Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune
A Legacy for all time
The U. S. Armed Forces Legacy site was dedicated Saturday, May 18, 2013, coinciding with Armed Forces Day.
National Safe Boating Week Begins Saturday
As the ice comes off more Minnesota lakes, safety officials are highlighting Saturday's start to National Safe Boating Week.
The Mississippi Press
Ingalls Shipbuilding lays keel on Coast Guard cutter James in Pascagoula
Joshua James is said to have saved more than 600 lives in the 1800s during a 60-year career with the U.S. Life Saving Service.
Update on Owen Black Search Effort from Sheriff David Morgan
ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. Escambia County officials have enlisted the help of many organizations to help bring a 7-year-old Escambia County boy home.
University officials defend staff increases and in some cases dispute figures
Though employment and enrollment data about colleges and universities is submitted to the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics by the colleges themselves, representatives of several schools said the federal figures showing a disproportionate increase in their number of administrators conflicted with their own ... (more)
Sat May 18, 2013
Chambersburg Public Opinion
POW/MIA Service of Remembrance features Bataan Death March survivor
When Glenn D. Frazier went to enlist in the U.S. Army early in World War II, he told two of the biggest lies of his life.
West Hawaii Today
Search for missing swimmer off Waipio Valley ends
The search for a 62-year-old Honokaa man last seen before reportedly going for a swim at Waipio Valley has been called off.
USCG holding hearing on Kulluk grounding
As part of its investigation into the grounding of the Kulluk, Shell's Arctic floating drilling platform, the U.S. Coast Guard is holding a hearing in Anchorage to gather testimony on the circumstances surrounding the incident.
A woman was airlifted about 3:50 p.m. Friday from U.S. 1 after suffering head injuries in a personal watercraft crash near the Toms Harbor Cut Bridge at Duck Key.
States crack down on drunken boating
It's not just the highways: With the summer recreational boating season just getting underway, several states are moving to cut down on boating under the influence.
The Marine Unit and Dive Team, the Holland State Park Rangers and employees, the U.S. Coast Guard and the Park and Georgetown Township Departments will all take part.
Fri May 17, 2013
Volunteers Needed at Maine Lighthouse Museum in Rockland
The Maine Lighthouse Museum is in need of volunteers both in the museum and in the Lighthouse Gift Shop! No experience required! Even if you can only volunteer once a week or a few times a month, don't be afraid to come see us at the museum! We need your help! The Maine Lighthouse Museum is home to the largest collection of lighthouse and U.S.