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9/11 Stories: Jim McGreevey May 3, 2021 On September 11, 2001, Jim McGreevey, Mayor of Woodbridge, New Jersey was on the campaign trail, running for Governor. On the morning of September 11th, while visiting a senior center in Berkeley Heights, talking to residents about health care, nursing home costs, and Medicaid, a resident burst in, telling everyone about the attack. More.

Fully-geared firefighters and participating racers are ready to hit the ground running, or walking, again later this month in Jackson County to honor first responders and raise money for injured veterans. For the fifth year in a row, the Tunnel to Towers charity 5K run and walk is coming to Jackson’s Cascade Falls Park on Saturday, May 15. More.

It's been nearly 20 years since the terror attacks on September 11, 2001. First responders say that moment in history deserves to be honored more than once a year, which is why a ceremony was held at the Hall of Flame Museum in Phoenix on Sunday. More.

Somerset County and other officials cut the ribbon Friday in Garrett for the first 1.5 miles of the newly developed off-road section of the 1,300-mile-long 9/11 National Memorial Trail. Currently, the recreational trail is a patchwork of about 55% off-road trails and 45% roads connecting the three 9/11 memorial sites in New York City, Arlington, Va., and Shanksville. More.

The 10,000 families suing to finally uncover Saudi ties to the 9/11 terrorist attacks were “basically told to go to hell,” a loved one said, by the FBI in the latest fight over sealed documents. The agency stated in their court filing over the bottled-up intelligence that what they know “cannot be disclosed without proper authorization.” More.