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Musical ‘Come From Away’ inspired by 9/11 attacks announces it will end its run

A Broadway musical inspired by the true events surrounding the Sept. 11 attacks is ending its long run. “Come From Away” announced that the show will end on Oct. 2. 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.

Uterine cancer being considered as possible 9/11-related health condition

Uterine cancer is currently the only cancer type not covered by the World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program. The World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program announced it is considering adding uterine cancer to the List of WTC-Related Health Conditions according to a recently published Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. More.

New York Fire Department boat that responded to 9/11 attacks docked at Boston Harbor

A decommissioned New York Fire Department vessel that responded to the 9/11 attacks was docked at Boston Harbor on Monday as part of the National Fire Protection Association Conference & Expo being held this week in the Hub, officials said. More.

FBI Police Officer Dies from 9/11-Related Illness

A veteran FBI police officer died last month from a 9/11-related illness, according to the bureau. Yiu Tak “Louis” Tao had been serving as a supervisory police officer with the FBI out of the agency's New York field office during the 9/11 attacks, Director Christopher Wray said in his eulogy for Tao that he delivered during a May 20 memorial service. More.

9/11 Families and Others Call on Biden to Confront Afghan Humanitarian Crisis

In the midst of the humanitarian disaster triggered by the Biden administration’s decision to seize Afghanistan’s $7 billion in banking reserves, an unlikely coalition of family members of 9/11 victims, Afghan diaspora organizations, and diplomats appointed by the former Afghan government are calling for the U.S. government to take urgent steps to help the Afghan economy. More.

9/11 Memorial Garden Oversight Committee seeking new members

The events of September 11, 2001 impacted not only our country, but also our community. On that day, the Town of Sudbury lost three beloved residents – Cora Holland, Peter Goodrich, and Geoffrey Cloud. More.

Hundreds honor 9/11 heroes in ‘Tunnel to Towers’ climb in NYC

Hundreds of courageous people woke up at the crack of dawn Sunday to celebrate the life and sacrifice of Sept. 11 heroes. During the pandemic, the “Tunnel to Towers” climb was put on hold, but now the iconic challenge returns to One World Observatory in Manhattan. For each of the 2,226 stairs climbed, a 9/11 hero is honored. More.