Gloucester man fined for shooting flares when not in distress

BOSTON- The Coast Guard has fined a Gloucester, Mass., man who was shooting flares even though he was not in distress on July 4, 2010.

Coast Guard rescues two after boat sinks near Rockport, Mass

BOSTON — The Coast Guard rescued two men after their pleasure boat sank about nine miles north of Rockport, Mass., Sat., May 29, 2010.

Coast Guard transports ill Rockport man to shore

BOSTON — The Coast Guard transferred an ill crewman from a 31-foot lobster boat about seven miles east of Gloucester, Mass., to shore this morning.

Station Gloucester Searches for Missing 12-Year Old Boy

MARBLEHEAD, Mass. – Coast Guard Station Gloucester was involved in a search for a 12-year old boy last night who was found around midnight in Marblehead, Mass.

Coast Guard suspends search for Gloucester lobsterman

BOSTON — The Coast Guard suspended its search at 10:10 a.m., Wednesday for Jaime Ortiz, who fell overboard from the lobster vessel Dominatrix about three miles south of Eastern Point in Gloucester, Mass., Tuesday afternoon.

Coast Guard to search through the night for Gloucester fisherman

BOSTON — Multiple Coast Guard crews are continuing to search for the man who fell overboard from the fishing vessel Dominatrix Tuesday afternoon about three miles south of Eastern Point in Gloucester, Mass.

Coast Guard searching for Gloucester fisherman

BOSTON — The Coast Guard is searching for a man who fell overboard from a fishing boat about three miles south of Eastern Point in Gloucester, Mass., Tuesday.

Boston cutter crew returns from patrol, prepares for Tropical Storm Danny

BOSTON– The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba returned to their homeport of Boston today after a 47-day patrol of the northern Atlantic Ocean.

Coast Guard stresses proper use of engine “kill cords” after 2 recent incidents

BOSTON — Following two life-threatening incidents within the past five days, the Coast Guard is warning mariners of the risk they’re taking when they don’t properly use a vessel’s engine “kill cord.”