Skip to main content

New York City Fire Museum exhibit pays tribute to FDNY members killed on 9/11

A special exhibition at the New York City Fire Museum pays tribute to the FDNY and the sacrifices and heroism of 9/11. "We do get visitors from all over the world who come to pay their respects in this memorial room specifically," said Jennifer Brown, the fire museum's executive director. More.

Greenwich To Mark 22nd Anniversary Of 9/11 With Ceremonies

The town of Greenwich will mark the 22nd anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2011 terror attacks with two moving ceremonies. The annual ceremony at Cos Cob Park and the 9/11 memorial is scheduled to begin at 8:46 a.m. on Sept. 11, the time the first plane crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center. More.

How community violence can affect mental health

There has been a lot of talk about violence in central Ohio, especially when it involves young people, and hearing about it can impact mental health and cause anxiety. When you hear or read about a violent crime that takes place in your community, it’s okay to feel sad or upset, but for some, it can go beyond that. More.

Hodges holds event to honor First Responders on 9/11

The Town of Hodges is hosting a tribute event to honor all first responders ahead of 9/11. Lights on Main will be Sept 9, 2023. There will be food, games and a flag raised to honor those lost on 9/11. More.

Newly acquired 9/11 materials add to WTC heroes’ stories

From the first bucket brigades of New Amsterdam in the 1620s to state-of-the-art firefighting now, the Fire Museum of New York City tells the story of fire protection, fire prevention, and firefighting in New York, over the years. More.

Joe Biden to mark 22nd anniversary of 9/11 attacks at memorial event in Alaska

President Joe Biden will mark the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington at a memorial ceremony in Alaska with members of the military, first responders and their families, the White House said Monday. More.

9/11 Day nonprofit will host large-scale volunteer service projects

9/11 Day, the nonprofit which founded and worked successfully to establish September 11 as an annual National Day of Service and Remembrance under federal law, today announced that it will stage 18 large-scale volunteer projects across the nation in observance of the 22nd anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

9/11 Families Call Biden Administration’s Deal to Spare Terrorists the Death Penalty a ‘Sickening Betrayal’

The families of the victims of the 9/11 attacks are vehemently urging the Biden administration to ensure justice for their loved ones. These families, still grappling with the pain of loss, are demanding that the attackers not be spared the death penalty. More.