Twenty-four hours after the World Trade Center collapsed, then-Greenwich firefighter Guy Fortt came upon a police officer curled up in a ball on the ground at the scene. "I saw that he was dead. But it was good to see a whole person.
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A New Canaan woman who lost her son on Sept. 11 founded a nonprofit organization to help families deal with tragedy. Mary Fetchet's son, Brad, worked on the 89th floor of the South Tower. Brad was 24 years old when he died and was a graduate of New Canaan High School and Bucknell University.
For the first time ever, to recognize the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 tragedy, Grace Farms Foundation of New Canaan is collaborating with Voices of September 11th for a special event focused on remembrance, renewal and resilience. The program will take place Monday, Sept. 12, from 9 a.m.
Researchers from the World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program presented their findings on Wednesday about the effects of 9/11 on responders and survivors involved in the New York City attack.
Next month, New York Giants legend George Martin speaks at an event meant to continually support those affected by the September 11th tragedy. He is speaking at the 2nd annual Voices of September 11th charity golf outing on September 6th.
Voices of September 11th (VOICES) will host its annual New Jersey symposium, "Promoting Resilience in Communities Impacted by Trauma," on April 6.
Mary Fetchet, LCSW, a mother and clinical social worker, lost her 24-year-old son, Brad, on Sept. 11, 2001 — one of 2,977 who perished in the attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Grace Farms has announced its first round of space grants that will allow local, state and national not-for-profit organizations to use the facilities of the 80-acre space. The grants were awarded to 42 not-for-profit organizations whose programs focus nature, arts, community, justice and faith.
New Canaan-based Voices of September 11th will hold its seventh annual Always Remember Gala on Nov. 5 at Guastavino's in New York. The evening's program features a keynote conversation with Thomas H. Kean, chairman of the 9/11 Commission, and former U.S. Sen.
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