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U.S. Army Runners Make Bergen County Stops, Visit 9/11 Memorials

A team of runners from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point made early-morning stops at 9/11 Memorials around Bergen County Friday on their way to Met-Life Stadium for Saturday's Army-Navy football game. More.

9/11 Painting Donated to Mundelein Fire Department

For the 20th anniversary of the attacks of 9/11, local artist Shawn Killackey made a painting and auctioned it off at his artist booth in the Mundelein Arts Festival this past September. He then donated the money earned on that painting to be split between the Mundelein Fire & Police Departments. More.

Former NYPD Detective Dies From 9/11-Related Cancer

Former NYPD detective Terence "Terry" Mulvey died on Dec. 1, after a long battle with a 9/11-related cancer. The 62-year-old was a husband and father of two, who joined the New York Police Department in 1983. He became a detective in 1999, and during his time with the department, Mulvey worked in the midtown south, Manhattan north and 24th precincts, and served on a security detail for then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani. More.

How the 9/11 Attacks Affected Cancer Prevalence

On September 11, 2001, terrorists attacked the World Trade Center in New York City, leading to nearly 3,000 deaths. In the weeks and months following the attacks, thousands of first responders and recovery workers put their own physical and mental health at risk by reporting to Ground Zero to aid in the recovery efforts. More.

Ripple Effect of 9/11 Inspires MCCC Performance Project

Stories from 9/11 survivors and witnesses come to life in “The 9/11 Memorial Performance Project,” to be performed by the Mercer County Community College (MCCC) Academic Theatre & Dance Company on Friday and Saturday, December 10 and 11 at 8 p.m. More.

9/11 families push ahead in court with new front against Saudi Arabia

The families who lost loved ones in the 9/11 attacks have ramped up their pursuit for justice. The group filed a motion in the Southern Manhattan federal court Tuesday seeking to sue the Saudi government for supporting charities that propped up al-Qaeda terrorists who attacked the U.S. on 9/11, killing 2,977 people. More.

The Sick Hero: 3 Health Issues of 9/11 First Responders

Millions of Americans and people around the world were stunned as they watched on television news of two commercial passenger planes that crashed into the World Trade Center twin towers on September 11, 2001. As the rest of the world watched in shock, more than 90,000 Americans sprung to action and volunteered to help look for survivors. More.

Assistant Chief of FDNY EMS dies of 9/11 illness

FDNY EMS Assistant Chief Alvin Suriel, a lifelong lifesaver who helped oversee the department’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic died Tuesday following a short battle with an aggressive 9/11 cancer, the FDNY said. He was 52. More.