Illegally Caught Lobsters Donated To Homeless VeteransLobsters seized by authorities on Sunday because they were caught illegally went to a good cause.
Lobster-Crazy China Sets Record For US Crustacean ImportsThe expanding market for lobsters in China is continuing to grow.
150-Pound Lobster Sculpture Stolen In PlymouthThe town thinks two men in their 50s driving a green pickup truck stole the sculpture known as "Sir-Loin" at about 2 a.m.
New England Lobster Prices Highest In More Than A DecadeMarket analysts say New England lobster prices are at their highest point in more than a decade heading into the Labor Day weekend.
Phantom Gourmet: Great 8 Lobster DishesShucked, sautéed, stuffed in a roll or served over pasta, lobster is always tough to beat. These are 8 of the Greatest lobster dishes here in the lobster capital of the world.
Bait Shortage Could Impact New England Lobster IndustryMaine regulators are considering intervening to help fix a bait shortage that threatens to affect its signature lobster fishing industry.
Lobster Prices Remain High As Fishermen Await Summer CatchLobster prices tend to fall in early summer when many lobsters reach legal trapping size and catches increase.
Phantom Gourmet: Creative Lobster DishesLobster is popping up in all kinds of unexpected dishes around town, like "lobster pizza," lobster Rangoons, and lobster eggs Benedict.
Fishing To Be Restricted In Bid To Save Southern New England Lobster PopulationSouthern New England's fading lobster fishery will be the subject of a battery of new regulations to try to save the crustacean's population locally.
Regulators Consider How To Save Southern New England LobsterInterstate fishing regulators will consider authorizing new tools to address southern New England's declining lobster population.
Meet Clawdette: Maine Wholesaler Acquires Rare 4-Clawed LobsterThe lobster arrived at Ready Seafood on Sunday along with a shipment from Nova Scotia.
Black Sea Bass Threaten New England Lobster Population, Fishermen SayThe sea bass prey on lobsters, a much more economically important commercial species.