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Giant ice island doesn’t worry Coast Guard

The Coast Guard International Ice Patrol says the massive ice island that recently broke free from a glacier in Greenland is not their iceberg - at least not yet.

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Maine boatyard owner dies

James H. Rich, owner of the James H. Rich Boat Yard in Maine, died Tuesday. He was 78.

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Volunteer divers to help with reef restoration

Increased efforts to promote "voluntourism," or volunteer opportunities for vacationers, can contribute to the self-sufficiency and sustainability of tourist destinations. Marine scientists with Key Largo's Coral Restoration Foundation are offering voluntourism-minded divers a chance to aid in reef conservation during planned coral restoration dives Oct. 19-21 with Amoray Dive Resort in Key Largo.

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More Gulf fishing grounds re-opened

NOAA reopened 5,144 square miles of Gulf waters Tuesday to commercial and recreational finfish fishing.

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Lawsuit filed in Philadelphia duck boat accident

The parents of two Hungarian students killed in a duck boat accident on the Delaware River last month filed a wrongful death lawsuit Tuesday against the tour operator, the city and others.

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