In July of 2014, Cape May County was selected and designated as a “Coast Guard Community.”
The Cape May County Coast Guard Community Foundation is seeking entries for its inaugural fine art show.
Coast Guard is searching for a fishing vessel in distress approximately 40 miles off the coast of Barnegat Feb. 8.
The Coast Guard reminds boaters of the dangerous ice conditions on the Delaware River during a time period where portions of the waterway are restricted to steel-hulled vessels due to the ice.
The Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay Captain of the Port (COTP) set ice condition three Tuesday, and cautions mariners to be aware of ice formation on the Delaware Bay and its tributaries.
NJ AMVETS Post 911 and American Legion Post 352 hosted a Thanksgiving dinner for 44 Coast Guard Recruits from Cape May Training Center.
Lawson’s Pride of Somers Point, a newly established nonprofit organization, has been formed to aid the officers and crew of the newly commissioned, 154-foot-long Cutter Lawrence Lawson.
Striped Bass were once such a plentiful species that farmers used them to fertilize their fields, but over the course of history their population was severely damaged.
The Coast Guard Community Foundation, a nonprofit that honors and educates about the Coast Guard in Cape May County, is pleased to announce that Susan Hoffman has joined the organization as Festival Director.
When families in Cape May County sit down for their dinner, many will include recruits from the Coast Guard Training Center Cape May as part of the day's tradition.
Cape May Tech’s Maritime History & Leadership class and instructor, Ms. Andrea Krautler, visited the Coast Guard Training Center Cape May and Station Cape May.
Recruits from Coast Guard Training Center (TRACEN) Cape May brought an outdoor courtyard another step closer to becoming an outdoor classroom at Lower Cape May Regional High School (LCMR) Oct. 21.
Coast Guard medevaced a 57-year old fisherman who was reportedly injured after falling from his bunk approximately 50-miles southeast of Atlantic City.
The Coast Guard Recruit Training Board of Advisors held their quarterly meeting at Coast Guard Training Center Cape May, Sept. 27-28, to review and validate the vision, mission, strategic plan and purpose of recruit training.
Coast Guard Training Center Cape May is scheduled to host its final Sunset Parade of 2017 in honor of the Coast Guard Auxiliary and Cape May County at the Training Center Sept. 3 at 6:58 p.m.
The Cape May County Coast Guard Community Foundation, a nonprofit that honors and educates regarding the Coast Guard in Cape May County, is seeking qualified applicants for two positions that were posted on Monday, July 31.
"The best leaders set the course and agenda and empower their people to do their job," according to Ensign William Glick, 23, who graduated in May from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. He is stationed aboard the service's newest cutter in Cape May.
Woodbine has dedicated its commemoration of this year’s Coast guard birthday to the late Coast Guard Rear Admiral David E. Ciancaglini, a native son of Woodbine who passed away early this year.
U.S. Coast Guard turns 227 years old Aug. 4. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May is inviting everyone to join nearly 500 recruits for their third summer Sunset Parade to celebrate the event.
Woodbine has dedicated its commemoration of this year’s Coast Guard birthday to the late Coast Guard Rear Admiral David E. Ciancaglini, a native son of Woodbine who passed away earlier this year.
Flotilla 81 of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will be sponsoring a new Life Jacket Loaner Station that will be located seasonally at the 10th Street Wharf in Ocean City.
A local unit of the United States Coast Guard visited Naval Air Station Wildwood (NASW) Aviation Museum to help spruce up the museum’s Coast Guard Exhibit.
The Coast Guard and New Jersey State Police are increasing their presence on the water to deter boating under the influence (BUI) prior to and during the Fourth of July weekend.
Coast Guard and the United States Lifesaving Association are collaborating to promote rip current awareness for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Coast Guard Training Center Cape May is scheduled to host its second Sunset Parade of 2017 in honor of the Coast Guard Family Assistance Fund at the Training Center Sunday at 7:59 p.m.
Capt. Scott Anderson, commander, Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay, relieved Capt. Benjamin Cooper as sector commander in an official change of command ceremony presided over by Rear Adm. Meredith Austin, commander, Coast Guard 5th District.
Coast Guard, in addition to state and local first responders, have suspended their search for two beachgoers in Atlantic City, N.J., at 11 a.m., June 16.
The crew of the 154-foot Lawrence Lawson, a fast response cutter based out of Cape May, spotted the approximately 252-pound Loggerhead Turtle while on a patrol off the coast of Delaware at approximately 11 a.m.
Madeleine Wolff placed in first, Alexandria Archer placed in second, Daniel Ferrer-Gonzalez placed in third and Penelope Wolff won an honorable mention for their participation in the poster contest.
Coast Guardsmen will participate in numerous Memorial Day events to help Cape May County honor the service of America’s military members who have died in service to our country, Monday.
Coast Guard Training Center Cape May is scheduled to host its first Sunset Parade of 2017 in honor of the Coast Guard Enlisted Memorial Foundation at the Training Center, May 28 at 7:46 p.m.
The Coast Guard’s senior-most leaders formally recognized the service’s top enlisted members during the 2016 Coast Guard Enlisted Persons of the Year Banquet Thurs. at Fort Lesley J. McNair in Washington, D.C.
Lawson’s Pride of Somers Point, a newly established non-profit organization, has been formed to aid the officers and crew of the newly commissioned, 154-foot-long Cutter Lawrence Lawson.
On a day that began with threatening skies and cool temperatures, the Third Annual Coast Guard Community Festival drew a large crowd to Coast Guard Training Center Cape May on May 6.