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Masonboro.org’s president said they are in good shape for daytime volunteers, but could use some more hands for the evening shift.
Boaters and swimmers took to the water this Memorial Day weekend, and as the summer boating season kicked into gear, Coast Guard units from New Jersey to North Carolina responded to many maritime emergencies.
No one wants to get a ticket when they're driving or boating... except perhaps for kids in Brunswick County.
Memorial Day weekend is what the US Coast Guard calls the "kick off to boat season," and they want to make sure you know how to stay safe on the water.
Multiple agencies began the 9th annual "On the Road, On the Water, Don't Drink and Drive" campaign today ahead of Memorial Day to help with safety during the holiday weekend and throughout the summer.
In response to a stark increase in boating-related fatalities in 2018, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission urges all everyone to practice safe habits while on the water this summer.
Boaters should see safer sailing in Carolina Beach Inlet.
North Carolina Ports’ third neo-Panamax crane arrived to the Port of Wilmington Monday.
Boaters be warned. The delivery of a new crane for the Port of Wilmington will close a long stretch of the Cape Fear River from Wilmington southward Monday.