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Waterway and Maritime Transportation

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  • Boston-bound ferry towed in after it was slowed by ice

    A Boston-bound commuter ferry carrying more than 100 passengers got delayed by about 45 minutes when it was slowed down by the coastal ice pack. An official with Boston Harbor Cruises, which operates ferry service for the MBTA, says the ferry...
  • Arctic blast not enough to freeze James, York rivers

    Arctic blast not enough to freeze James, York rivers
    Back in 1977, waterman J.C. West saw something you used to see once in a generation or two: the mighty James and York rivers frozen over. It happened after a massive snowfall hit the region in December of '76, followed by a January that never got...
  • Five Things to Do in Lake County Feb. 20-26

     Five Things to Do in Lake County Feb. 20-26
    Let's Go Science Show will be performed at 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. Feb. 25 at the James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts at the College of Lake County, 19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake. Suitable for grades 3-6. Tickets are $10 and $5 for school groups....
  • Cape May-Lewes Ferry shut down by ice

    The Cape May-Lewes Ferry has halted operations because of ice and wind. The Delaware River and Bay Authority said that conditions on the water have deteriorated and the ferry between New Jersey and Delaware won't run Friday. Heath Gehrke, the director...
  • New cruise port at Dominican Republic's Amber Cove to open in October

    New cruise port at Dominican Republic's Amber Cove to open in October
    Cruise passengers will have a new stop in the Caribbean in October when ships pull into Amber Cove port in the Dominican Republic. The new port facility is expected to revive interest in the north coast of the Dominican Republic, which hasn't been a...
  • 14 charges for two men accused of Elizabeth River fish poaching

    14 charges for two men accused of Elizabeth River fish poaching
    Two men are facing multiple charges, possibly felonies, and action by the Virginia Marine Resources Commission after officers discovered hundreds of poached protected fish over the weekend. Marine police have filed 14 misdemeanorĀ charges, and additional...
  • U.S. coastal combat ship to debut at South Korea drills

    SINGAPORE The U.S. Navy will send its new combat ship tailored for Asia's shallow coastal waters to join military drills with South Korea that North Korea calls a prelude for invasion. Carrying a helicopter, a vertical takeoff unmanned aerial vehicle,...
  • Here and Now for Feb. 19

    Here and Now for Feb. 19
    Entertainment throughout Lake County. Antioch Concert: Low-reen and the Lazy Dogs, with special guest Peewee Hayes, will perform at 8 p.m. Feb. 27 at Cuda's Bar and Grill, 27045 Grass Lake Road. Details, or (224) 788-9145 or lowreensliveblues.com....
  • Cwfcrp

    Coastal waters forecast national weather service corpus christi tx 315 pm cst thu feb 19 2015 Middle texas coastal waters from baffin bay to matagorda ship channel out to 60 nautical miles. Seas are provided as a range of the average height of the...
  • Alaska deep-water port proposed for vessels in Arctic waters

    A historic Alaska gold-mining city could be the first place where the federal government invests in a deep-water port to serve vessels in Arctic waters. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is preparing to release a study for public comment that suggests...
  • Saving the bent range marker almost complete

    Bruce Marx is not one to take "No" for an answer. And thanks to his tireless efforts, an iconic and popular bait fishing spot is just about saved. Known as the bent range marker, the structure in front of Government Cut was slated to be removed as part...