NOAA office to move into historic New Bedford house
The historic Custom House building looks a little like a construction site right now with a tarp covering one side, but come March it will have new tenants and a new stairway on the William Street side.
A day in the life of a scallop boat captain
A capacity audience was in attendance to hear Fairhaven scallop boat captain Chris Wright talk about "A Day in the Life" of the master of not one but two local 200-foot scallopers.
Gloucester receives $20K to help city sell seafood
The city has received a $20,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and plans to use the funds to bolster its Gloucester Fresh marketing campaign for locally landed seafood.
SNP Launches Online Seafood Education Resources
The Seafood Nutrition Partnership has launched online education programs and resources to assist in teaching communities and individuals about the health and nutritional benefits of a seafood-rich diet.
Fishermen optimistic about potential haddock boom
Exactly how many of the haddock that hatched in 2013 are still swimming off the coast of southern Nova Scotia is not certain, but researchers agree the numbers are potentially massive.