To highlight National Safe Boating Week, the Coast Guard Auxiliary is giving boaters tips on how to make safety the top priority.
Organizers of this year’s Memorial Day observance hope people understand the meaning and significance of the upcoming holiday, and that people of all ages attend the ceremony at West Lawn Cemetery.
“They gave a lifetime… we owe them a moment of honor,” is the...
PORTSMOUTH, Va.--U.S. Coast Guard Sector North Carolina personnel and residents of the Outer Banks commemorated the local deaths of Allied seamen during World War II’s Battle of the Atlantic last Thursday and Friday at Buxton and Ocracoke.
We all have struggles. We all have problems. Some are manageable and some are monstrous. But, everyone has them.
Coast Guardsman Randall Joyner is an example of good things happening to those who persist in thoroughly checking the want advertisements.
Joyner was a high school graduate across the border in Virginia, working at a warehouse in Chesapeake and running what was his family's car wash...
The commanding officer of the U.S. Coast Guard's Aviation Logistics Center for the past 2½ years bid farewell Friday morning to both the ALC and the Coast Guard.
Coast Guard Small Boat Station Elizabeth City responded to a report early Sunday afternoon of a boat partially submerged vessel in Currituck Sound.
Coast Guard volunteers are working hard to help make the North Carolina Potato Festival a success.
The U.S. Coast Guard is celebrating 100 years of aviation this year, and the timing was perfect for the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum to add the first Coast Guard aircraft to its collection.
Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Teal Carter laughed and smiled when asked whether she ever could have imagined she would someday be the postal official at Base Elizabeth City.
“I didn't expect it, but I was more than happy to do it,” she said. “I like sorting things.”