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First-Responder Rescue Truck From 9/11 Goes on Display at the National Air and Space Museum

The tragic story of September 11, 2001 is inextricably tied to aviation, including the heroic efforts of the firefighters from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport’s fire department. More.

A Guide to Honoring 9/11 in Your Community

There are many ways to honor 9/11 around your community and across the nation, including volunteer projects, moments of silence, 5K memorial runs and stair climbs. More.

The September 11 commission and its findings

In 2002 President Bush had appointed a commission to look into the September 11 attacks, and two years later it issued its final report. The commission found that the key pre-September 11 failure at the CIA was its not adding to the State Department’s “watch list” two of the “muscle” hijackers. More.

Cancer survivor donates his 9/11 fund award to renovate entire floor for patients at Hope Lodge

A generous donation has provided a nice update to the home away from home for cancer patients from all over the world. Jean Nobus is in New York City a month and a half for treatment after her breast cancer returned for a third time. More.

After Mass Shooting, Harward Center Hosts Gun Violence Prevention Teach-In

The Harward Center hosted the Lewiston Teach-In to Prevent Gun Violence in Pettengill Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 5, attracting several speakers and an audience of students, faculty and Lewiston community members. More.

Funding for 9/11 health care included in FY24 National Defense Authorization Act

Among the items that were included in the final version of the fiscal year 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) last week was $676 million in funding for the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP), providing millions in coverage support for responders to the 9/11 aftermath. More.

Mourners gather at 9/11 Memorial Dedication

An intimate gathering of current and former first responders, public officials and civilians were in attendance at the Dec. 8 9/11 Memorial Dedication ceremony at Memorial Waterfront Park in Mount Pleasant to ensure that those who perished in the attacks 22 years ago are never forgotten. More.

MPTC holds ceremony to celebrate 30 Runs to Remember, honor veterans

Moraine Park Technical College celebrated the West Bend Campus Dean Peter Rettler’s 30-year running streak and how he is using it to raise funds for the Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial in Kewaskum and honored veterans both at their campus and in the West Bend community during a ceremony at the West Bend Campus on Friday. More.