A group of Boston Marathon runners met up with city firefighters Friday at the September 11th Museum in a show of solidarity between victims of terrorist attacks. The gathering was held in the honor of two Boston firefighters who died in the line of duty last month. The runners who participated said they hoped the event would help Boston runners feel like part of a larger support group. More
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum officially opens to the public Wednesday, but Charles G. Wolf saw the inside days ago.
Wolf lost his wife, Katherine, in the World Trade Center attack and he and other family members were among the first to visit the museum, which sits seven stories underground, below where the Twin Towers once stood. More.