The 45-foot scalloper Foxy Lady II and its two-member crew, from Deer Isle, Maine, left Gloucester on Saturday and failed to return that night.
A life raft from a missing fishing boat was found in Saugus Tuesday evening.
Fishermen say they’re being diligent about avoiding harbor porpoises after they were given a reprieve from a scheduled shutdown of key fishing grounds.
The search for missing Rockport toddler Caleigh Harrison resumed Wednesday, five days after a pair of pink pants washed ashore in Gloucester.
The remains of a pair of pants that washed ashore in Gloucester last week may be linked to a 2-year-old girl who vanished off a Rockport beach last spring.
State Police say they arrested a man after he drove 93 mph during the height of Hurricane Sandy.
Regulators are again increasing the catch limit on the spiny dogfish, a species fishermen have long said is far too abundant.
Some public health officials are now saying the coast in clear in their towns after a hard frost has limited the amount of mosquitoes and reduced the threat of West Nile and EEE.
The WBZ Kidcast mobile studio and Salem Five were at the Topsfield fair on October 6th!
The law that governs the nation’s fisheries was passed 36 years ago to oust foreign boats working in U.S. waters. Today, New England fishermen wonder if it will soon oust them.