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Great Lakes Towing, Shipyard to hire 50 more people this year

Great Lakes Towing and Great Lakes Shipyard said 50 more employees are needed by the end of 2016

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AWO's Allegretti to testify on Jones Act, discharge issues

American Waterways Operators Chief Executive Tom Allegretti will testify before a congressional subcommittee, where he plans to speak in support of the Jones Act and for uniformity in vessel discharge regulations

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LCA: Mild winter must not derail push for new heavy icebreaker

The Great Lakes shipping group warns against 'a false sense of security'

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Second body found at site of Hudson River tugboat accident

Authorities said they recovered a second body from the site of yesterday's sinking of the tugboat Specialist; one crewman is still missing

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One dead, 2 missing after tug strikes Tappan Zee Bridge construction barge

One crewman was killed and two others are missing after a tugboat sank after running into a construction barge in the Hudson River

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DOT seeks applications for FASTLANE grants

$800 million is available this year to boost the nation's multimodal freight system

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AWO hails DHS approval of Subchapter M

The landmark towing inspection rule could become law within 90 days

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Coast Guard drops plan to let barges carry frack wastewater

Of the 70,115 comments the service received, 68,747 expressed disapproval

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Study: No scientific data to support work hour changes for towing crews

Researchers find performance is better in some cases with split-sleep periods

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Board says incomplete information from Army Corps led to towboat collision

Riley Elizabeth's crew did not know the extent of the obstruction posed by a barge plant

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