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Obituary: Jeanette Costello, 76, Formerly Of Weston

A longtime resident of Weston, Jeanette left her mark on the community through her dedicated service to many organizations. Jeanette’s passion for art and her technical skills inspired her to return to school and earn a degree in graphic design. She enjoyed sharing these skills as a volunteer for the VOICES organization, contributing to their 9/11 Living Memorial Project. More.

FDNY EMS honors fallen 9/11 EMT by renaming NYC street

The FDNY held a ceremony for the renaming of Hilda Vannata Way, at the intersection of 77th Place and Juniper Valley Road in Queens, honoring an EMT for her legacy of kindness and dedication to assisting others. More.

Middle Village honors fallen 9/11 Hero EMT Hilda Vannata with street co-naming ceremony

A street in Middle Village was renamed last week in honor of a 9/11 hero. The street co-naming ceremony of Hilda Vannata Way, on 77th Place and Juniper Valley Road, paid tribute to the first responder who championed a legacy of compassion and commitment to helping those she encountered. More.

9/11 Survivor Named Mitchell College 2024 Commencement Speaker

Mitchell College marks its 80th Commencement Exercises with 9/11 survivor Dan Holdridge delivering the keynote address. On September 11, 2001, Holdridge was at the Pentagon when American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the building. Since 2002 he has used his experience that day to work to inspire audiences with a powerful message of appreciation and leadership. More

‘We must remember’: Three men partner for 9/11 memorial in Melrose

The memorial site showcases a mural and a piece of steel from one of the Twin Towers. More.

Families of 9/11 victims urge Congress to pass FISA bill

A coalition of survivors and family members of 9/11 victims is urging Congress to pass a bill that would reauthorize the nation’s warrantless surveillance powers, warning that a failure to do so will put Americans at risk of another terrorist attack. More.

'Vital piece of history': 9/11 artifacts stolen from North Texas memorial, police say

On a corner in Grapevine, Joe Luccioni sat quietly amid his frustration. "I'm really still very very upset as to what happened here," Luccioni said. Artifacts from a Sept. 11 memorial in Grapevine were stolen, police announced Wednesday. More.

Bald Eagle put back in place at the 9/11 Memorial

A long-awaited piece of history has been restored and put back on display at the Downtown Panama City Marina. The 9/11 Memorial Bald Eagle was damaged during Hurricane Michael. Tuesday morning crews lifted the over 1,000-pound shiny gold eagle back onto the Pentagon portion of the memorial. More.