A memorial dedicated those who have given their lives in service since Sept. 11, 2001, will be displayed on the downtown square starting today and running through Labor Day weekend.
A park on Long Island will be named after a retired NYPD detective who died of cancer related to his work at ground zero and fought in Washington for continued benefits for other 9/11 responders.
A Nassau park may soon bear the name of Luis G. Alvarez, the Oceanside man whose sacrifice after one of the country’s darkest days and dedication to fellow 9/11 first responders despite terminal cancer drew the admiration of the nation he served.
The FDNY- Carolinas Retirees Association (FDNY-CRA), an organization of retired New York City Fire Fire Department (FDNY) firefighters who now reside in both North and South Carolina, will host and/or participate in 9/11 Memorial events on September 11.
A federal judge has ruled the FBI unlawfully withheld from the Florida Bulldog key sections of records of its investigation of a Saudi family that fled Sarasota two weeks before the 9/11 attacks – leaving behind cars, clothes, furniture, food and other belongings.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, John Lambkin and Joe Gavitt stood at the epicenter of the deadliest terrorist attack in U.S. history. As everyone ran away from America’s worst nightmare, they ran toward it.
A group of volunteers descended on the 9/11 Postcards Memorial in St. George on Sunday for a clean-up of the venerated Staten Island monument.
The 18th annual “Never Forget 9/11” Ceremony will be held at the Brook Park Veterans Memorial on Sylvia Drive at 10:30 a.m., Sept.
Conceived in the days following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the September 11th National Memorial Trail has been in the works for nearly 18 years.
Bergen New Bridge Medical Center is commemorating the anniversary of September 11, 2001 with a remembrance ceremony to honor those who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks eighteen years ago. The ceremony will be held on September 11 at 1 p.m.
It was the day that changed everything.
Thousands of students returned to class in the area around Ground Zero within a month after the terror attack on 9/11. Stuyvesant High School is just a few short blocks from Ground Zero.
The borough's ceremony to remember the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks is Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. at Constitution Park. Four Fort Lee residents were among the nearly 3,000 people who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
Hundreds of people gathered Friday to mourn a trooper who died of an illness related to his service at the World Trade Center after 9/11. Jeffrey Cicora, 54, died Saturday. The retired New York State Police sergeant and station commander was a Baldwinsville resident and an Auburn native.
The Somerset Chamber of Commerce and Somerset Inc. are paying tribute to the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, with a second annual flag installment event. It's being held at the Pennsylvania Turnpike exit to act as a gateway to Somerset County and the Flight 93 Memorial.
Pastoral bereavement counselor Pamela Koch has published the inspiring account of one support group's journey to facing their grief and finding answers in the wake of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Another 9/11 hero has died of illnesses linked to Ground Zero. Former New York State Police Sergeant and Station Commander Jeffrey Cicora passed away on Saturday. Cicora took part in the search and recovery efforts at the World Trade Center site following the terror attacks.
Archivists came across thousands of previously unseen photos of Ground Zero, taken in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, after buying a stash of CDs at a house clearance sale, according to a published report.
On Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., the summer interns at Voices of September 11th will present “Community and Strength: Post-9/11 Paths to Resiliency” at the New Canaan Library. The occassion is free to the public.
On July 29, 2019, the Justice Department issued a press release that announced that President Trump had signed into law, H.R.