US Coast Guard
Officials are warning people not to drink and drive, on the roads or on the water.
US Coast Guard veterans often see lives lost or nearly lost. Here are some of their real-life stories that highlight the importance of boating safety.
A three-day party starts Friday in Cape May to honor the city’s and the county’s long history with the US Coast Guard.
The ice is 6-8 inches thick along some parts of the Delaware, and that has prompted the US Coast Guard to take action.
Federal officials ordered a delay in those tests because of piping plovers and red knots, which migrate to New Jersey coastal waters this time of year.
The ship needs repairs in order to resume its voyage, and its owner is too broke to pay. The crew is confined to the ship, and there’s no sign that they’ll be able to leave anytime soon.
Here are my annual boating getaway tips.
Public safety officials gathered along the Delaware riverfront to warn against a list of activities that become very dangerous when intoxicants are added.
New Jersey State Police say a 27-year-old man, of Egg Harbor Township, was stranded for five hours.
The Coast Guard says a helicopter crew has rescued two children who became stranded in the marsh near New Jersey’s Oyster Creek.
As boaters and guests start a new season on the water, US Coast Guard veterans provide some hard-won safety tips.
A distress signal was detected from the Sea Tow boat Cape Hatteras on Tuesday morning, according to the US Coast Guard.
A local US Coast Guard team has pitched in to help those cruise ship passengers stranded in the Gulf of Mexico.
Fireworks show producer Ken Furstoss says crews are beginning the three-day job of loading shells for the two shows — which, he says, should go off regardless of rain or snow.
For the first time, we heard the frantic calls for help after the toxic train derailment in Paulsboro, Gloucester County.