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Phil Mickelson, others in Saudi-backed LIV Golf ripped by 9/11 group

PGA Tour players competing in this week’s controversial Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf Series tournament have been suspended from the tour. Now, they’ve drawn the ire of a prominent 9/11 survivors group. More.

'Never be forgotten': Bicyclists from nine states visit Flight 93 on tour of 9/11 sites

For the first time ever, more than 20 bicyclists from nine states are traveling the 1,300-mile route of the September 11th National Memorial Trail – and on Thursday, the riders stopped at Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County. More.

Wayne County Veterans Memorial Park will host 9/11 mobile exhibit June 16-19

A horrified nation watche as the events of Sept. 11, 2001, unfolded, and the country vowed to never forget. A mobile exhibit telling the 9/11 story and remembering its heroes helps Americans keep that vow. More.

Watertown firefighters remember late battalion chief with 9/11 flag ceremony

The only local firefighter who died as a result of the efforts after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks was honored earlier this week when an American flag that flew over ground zero made its way to Watertown. More.

9/11 memorial biking trail group makes stop in Cambria County

A group of bike riders on the 9/11 National Memorial Trail stopped for a luncheon in Portage on Friday. The 24 riders arrived around noon and stopped at the Portage Station Museum for sandwiches, salads, cookies and more hosted by the Portage Area Historical Society. More.

New FDNY disaster simulator dedicated to Deputy Chief Raymond Downey, who was killed on 9/11

The FDNY has a brand new way to train its members for some of the most complicated rescues. The simulator was dedicated Thursday to a beloved member of the department who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11. More.

9/11 Mobile Exhibit procession celebration today

The “9-11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit” will be available to visit during DuBois Community Days on Friday from 5 till 9pm, and Saturday from 11am until 10pm. More.

The list of Sept. 11's victims grows longer every year

In the first half of next year, if not sooner, we'll likely hit a grim milestone. By then, FDNY firefighters who succumbed to illnesses related to the toxic dust that emanated from Ground Zero in the days, weeks and months after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks could outnumber the firefighters who died on that horrific day. More.