Thirteen years ago, as USA TODAY's Page One deputy editor, I typed those three simple words into my keyboard, as flames devoured the Pentagon, as ash-covered first responders in Manhattan clawed through rubble searching for survivors, as the world learned that Flight 93's final destination was a
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Thirteen years after a tragedy that changed the world, town officials, emergency responders and residents gathered outside the New Canaan Police Department Thursday morning to remember those who lost their lives and those who rescued others in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Once again Thursday, at the ceremony marking the anniversary of the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the national anthem was sung, bells tolled and the names of the victims were read aloud one-by-one.
Zelfs dertien jaar na de terroristische aanslagen van 11 september in New York worden er nog slachtoffers geïdentificeerd. Het gaat veelal om botresten van mensen die omkwamen in de Twin Towers.
Susan Cossette Eng was named development director for Voices of September 11th, headquartered in New Canaan.
As college students around the U.S. head for warm ocean waves and white-sand beaches this summer, Bucknellian Devon Bruzzone will be testing water wells and getting her hands dirty in the soil of rural northern Zimbabwe.
The National September 11 Memorial Museum opened this week to outrage among some victims' families over a gift shop at the site and a black-tie reception held close to the unidentified remains of people killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
Jonathan Best might never step inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum, which was dedicated Thursday in a ceremony led by President Barack Obama.
Frank Fetchet, of New Canaan, stayed away from the somber ceremony at the new 9/11 Memorial Museum, but his presence is all around the 110,000-square-foot underground gallery that was dedicated Thursday by President Barack Obama as a symbol that says of America: "Nothing can ever bre
It was a particularly somber morning for many in Greenwich as television and radio channels switched to broadcast the ceremony at the new 9/11 Memorial Museum, dedicated Thursday by President Barack Obama as a symbol that says of America: "Nothing can ever break us."