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This September marks 20 years since the attacks on 9/11, and with Father’s Day coming up, the Mets hosted a group of families who lost loved ones on and after that tragic day. Father’s Day weekend is a time to celebrate dad, but for many families, it’s a challenging time of year. More.

There will be a 9/11 Memorial at the Newburyport Fire Department and the first piece to commemorate the memorial arrived with a police escort. Many lined the streets of Newburyport to see the officers give the 80-pound piece of steel from the World Trade Center make its way with a police escort through town. More.

Eight Republican senators representing seven states recently sent a letter to President Biden imploring the president to keep Guantánamo Bay open, claiming that a bipartisan majority of members of Congress and most Americans support this view. They assert that this would ensure “justice.” More.

In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the city of Fort Worth is remembering and honoring fallen Texas heroes. Fort Worth is one of 19 cities across America chosen to host the Honor Walk Ceremony and display the 9/11 art exhibit. More.

The CEO of Tunnel to Towers will observe the 20th anniversary of the attack on Sept. 11 by making a pilgrimage to each site impacted on that day – a trek of nearly 500 miles. This year, Frank Siller will make the Never Forget Walk, in which he will visit the site where lives were lost due to the attacks. More.

The organizers of the 9/11 Memorial Ride announced Friday morning on social media that the 2021 ride will happen. The group’s Facebook post said both the state House and Senate have passed a bill exempting the ride from state Department of Transportation liability requirements. The requirements effectively blocked the 2020 ride from occurring. More.

Recalling the events of 9/11 to children who were unborn at the time of the terrorist attacks, memories resurfaced of her elders recalling to her the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. “We try to relate to the kids that history is a moving thing, and that it means something special to each one of us,” said Kathy Musgraves. More.

A workers compensation claim filed by a New York State Police trooper assigned to a traffic control checkpoint one mile from the World Trade Center in the days following the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York can proceed, an appeals court in New York ruled Thursday. More.