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The Coast Guard and crews from two good Samaritan vessels rescued 13 crewmembers without injury after the fishing vessel Tremont collieded with the container ship MSC Rita 63 miles southeast of Chincoteague, Va., Oct. 28, 2022. Coast Guard photo.
Thirteen rescued after trawler, container ship collide off Virginia
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National Fisherman’s 2022 Highliners
The 2022 Chesapeake Bay blue crab dredge survey shows an historic low for crabs in the bay. Larry Chowning photo.
Chesapeake Bay blue crabs at record low
Leading Light Wind is planned for lease OCS-A 0542, about 84,000 acres obtained with a winning $645 million bid on Feb. 23, 2022, one of the largest awarded in the New York Bight offshore wind lease sale. Leading Light Wind graphic.
Leading Light Wind picks fisheries liaison team for New York Bight project
The former tour boat Richard Lee is getting a makeover into an oyster planter at Cockrell Marine Railway in Heathsville, Va. Larry Chowning photo.
Tour boat will get second act in Chesapeake Bay oyster restoration
Dominion Energy's twin wind turbines 27 miles off Virginia Beach are the pilot project for a planned 2.6 gigawatt array of 176 turbine towers. Dominion Energy photo.
Wind power opponents set their sights on Virginia project
The wind turbine installation vessel Vole au Vent installs the first wind turbine in U.S. federal lease waters, as part of the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project, June 20, 2020. Dominion Energy photo.
Dominion Energy says performance guarantee could kill Virginia offshore wind
A Lund's Fisheries employee prepares to test for vibrio at the company's newly accredited inspection facility. Lund's Fisheries photo.
Lund’s Fisheries accredited for in-house seafood safety inspection
Three North Atlantic right whales feeding at the water surface in Cape Cod Bay. Brigid McKenna/Center for Coastal Studies photo, under NOAA research permit #19315-01.
Portland public meeting on NMFS whale plan set for Oct. 5
Florida officials measure a right whale calf killed in a 2021 collision with a sportfishing boat near St. Augustine, Fla. Tucker Joenz/FWC photo, NOAA permit 18786.
Resistance builds on new speed restrictions to protect whales
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