Waterfront

  • ASMFC Report Available

    GLOUCESTER — The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s 2008 Annual Report is now available online at www.asmfc.org/breakingNews.htm. The report describes the commission’s activities and progress in carrying out its public trust responsibilities for the marine fishery resources under its stewardship. Marine fishery resources generate billions of dollars in economic activity and tens of thousands of

  • GoMOOS to Grow

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Maine’s political delegates praised President Barack Obama’s enactment of the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, a bill that includes legislation to benefit ocean and coastal research. Within the public lands package signed into law, several initiatives would develop the Integrated Ocean Observation System and the Undersea Research Program as part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

  • GoMOOS to Grow

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Maine’s political delegates praised President Barack Obama’s enactment of the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, a bill that includes legislation to benefit ocean and coastal research. Within the public lands package signed into law, several initiatives would develop the Integrated Ocean Observation System and the Undersea Research Program as part

  • GSA, MDI Launch Boats as Scholastic Sailing Season Begins

    CASTINE — There are still bits of ice along shore but the George Stevens Academy sailing team has started its season. CASTINE — There are still bits of ice along shore but the George Stevens Academy sailing team has started its season. This weekend, the Eagles will send three crews to Marblehead, Mass., for its

  • Over the horizon

    BAR HARBOR — The film “Eastern Horizons,” released at the 2009 Canoecopia in Madison Wis. on March 14, includes interviews with Bar Harbor-based Carpe Diem Kayaking owners Mark Schoon and Mel Rice.