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Mt. Pleasant unveils 9/11 Memorial to honor victims and first responders

A new monument honoring the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks is now open right here in the Lowcountry. It was an emotional morning at Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park as the town unveiled the new 9/11 memorial, and it will serve as a reminder of those who made the ultimate sacrifice that day and every day. More.

Feds fix loophole preventing soldiers from getting 9/11 healthcare

The federal government is fixing a mistake that excluded members of the U.S. armed services who worked at Sept. 11 crash sites and came down with a 9/11 illness from getting pivotal health coverage, the Daily News has learned. More.

Signature on beam brings back 9/11 memories

Mike Brown and his wife visited the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City on Sept. 27. Brown, who is now the Casey County Coroner, has been involved in public service since the age of 18. He has served on EMS and with volunteer fire departments. More.

Sandy Hook Promise, University Of Michigan School Of Public Health, And North Carolina Department Of Public Instruction Partner On Gun Violence Prevention Research

Sandy Hook Promise (SHP) is embarking on a two-year research project with the University of Michigan School of Public Health to study anonymous reporting systems. More.

Funeral held for FDNY Chaplain John Delendick, who died from 9/11-related cancer

A funeral was held Friday in Brooklyn for FDNY Chaplain John Delendick, who died from 9/11-related cancer. The 28-year veteran of the department died last week at age 74. Fellow firefighters lined up outside as the casket was carried inside the Co-Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Prospect Heights. More.

“Come From Away” - An Irish family stranded in remote Canada after 9/11

Denis Kelleher was one of those who “came from away” and spent one week in Newfoundland after their plane was forced to land on the lonely Canadian outpost after news of 9/11 forced America to shut down air travel. More.

Design Approved for 9/11 Pentagon Memorial Visitor Center

A plan to build a $100-million visitor education center at the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial in Arlington, Va., passed a milestone when the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts approved the conceptual design for the 50,000-sq-ft building. The National Capital Planning Commission had also given the project a nod earlier this year. More.

New York Passes 9/11 Notice Act

On September 11, 2023, on the 22nd anniversary of 9/11, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul officially signed the 9/11 Notice Act into law. The act, which received a unanimous vote in the state assembly and senate, amends the General Business Law. More.