Three fisherman are still missing after their boat was recovered Tuesday night off the Georgia coast by responders to an emergency beacon. “Miss Debbie,” a 47-foot shrimp boat based in Swan Quarter, N.C., and owned by Hobo Seafood, was found capsized near Tybee Island, Ga., after severe storms.The Coast Guard, in a Wednesday press release, said it was searching for the three missing fisherman in an area about one mile northeast of Tybee Island. The U.S. Coast Guard Southeast Twitter page said in a post around 8 p.m. Wednesday night that it would continue to search for the missing crew members through the night, but no updates have been give since.
PRINCEVILLE — Established by freed slaves after the Civil War, Princeville was settled on an unwanted flood plain. When Hurricane Matthew ripped through the state in October 2016, Princeville was once again underwater only 17 […]
Settlement in Jones County will reconfigure Board of Commissioners to better represent black community
TRENTON — A court settlement in rural southeastern North Carolina should mean that Jones County will see their first black county commissioner in more than 20 years. On Thursday, a federal district court approved the […]
EDWA, EGYPT – Gunmen attacked a group of Coptic Christians traveling to a monastery in southern Egypt on Friday, killing 28 people and wounding 24, with many children among the victims, Health Ministry officials said.There […]