The Virginian-Pilot recently began a new photo series titled “Common Ground” meant to tell a human interest story mainly through photographs.
In a letter sent to Mexico's secretary of communications and transportation, U.S. Coast Guard officials agreed with the conclusions of Mexican investigators that the owner and crew of a 115-foot Mexican charter fishing vessel that sank in the Sea of Cortez two years ago were negligent.
On the Atlantic Coast, a long, steady line of cruising boats has begun its way north to summer cruising grounds. In addition, hundreds of local marinas, boat clubs and launch ramps are starting to become hives of local boating activity.
A survivor from a recent Coast Guard search-and-rescue case made a point of visiting Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Fla., on Thursday to personally thank the crew who assisted in his rescue.
For years, Florida has led the nation in boating-related deaths and injuries.
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