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Planned 9/11 memorial in Elmhurst seeks to honor victims, heroic first responders

Two decades after the terror attacks on 9/11, the Elmhurst Fire Department wants to create a memorial dedicated to the tragedy’s victims and heroes. More.

Tragic Legacy: 9/11-Related Illnesses Still Claiming Lives

Msgr. John Delendick, the FDNY chaplain who passed away from a 9/11-related cancer on Thanksgiving Day, joins a sad and growing list of people succumbing to illnesses they suffered due to their service at the World Trade Center site in the weeks and months following the 2001 attack. More.

911 Memorial NCSS 2023 | National September 11 Memorial & Museum

We look forward to seeing you at the 103rd annual NCSS conference in Nashville! Attend our sessions and don't miss our special free event on Saturday, “The Sounds of our Stories." Details below! More.

Texas fire departments are fighting stigma and pushing to provide firefighters mental health help

For more than a decade, Sam Buser watched the lights of fire trucks bounce off the city streets of Houston, heard the roars of burning blazes and stood before the caskets of too many firefighters. More.

9/11 hero gives an inside perspective of responding to the terror attack on the PentagonOne Army veteran who now lives in Elizabethtown had an extraordinary military career that included saving lives on Sept. 11.

One Army veteran who now lives in Elizabethtown had an extraordinary military career that included saving lives on Sept. 11. More.

‘Kids look to adults:’ Responding to child trauma 50 years after Gitchie Manitou murders

Phil Hamman knew someone died. The rumors began over a November weekend in 1973. He was a sophomore at Sioux Falls Washington High School. “We’d gotten some word in the neighborhood that some kids from our school had been killed, but we didn’t know any details,” Hamman remembered. “We thought maybe it was a car accident or something.” More.

Bin Laden's sinister 'Letter to America' went viral on TikTok. Has the US forgotten 9/11?

As I sit here at the site where the Twin Towers fell, and where thousands of lives were lost in an unfathomable act of evil more than two decades ago, people on TikTok, X and other social media platforms are revering the architect of that massacre, Osama bin Laden. How did we get here? More.

Tunnel To Towers Holds 9/11 Event at Tom Varn Park

On Saturday, Nov. 18, and Sunday, Nov. 19, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation held its National 9/11 Memorial at Tom Varn Park in Brooksville. The event featured a “5k Run and Walk” that began at 7:00 a.m., a motorcycle bike run, live music by The Embry Brothers and Jam Jones, artisan vendors, food trucks, and a space for children. More.