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The fate of ‘New York’s Bravest’ lost on 9/11 and its sobering lessons

Joe Calderone, former Daily News investigative reporter and Newsday alum, has written a novel about one aspect of the 9/11 attacks and subsequent days. “Don’t Look Back” is a novel, barely, that reminds us of the enduring pain and anguish of victims’ families. More.

9/11 first responders have one more month to file a notice under New York World Trade Center Presumption law

The deadline is exactly one month away for 9/11 first responders to notify New York state about their work following the terrorist attack. People who participated in rescue, recovery or cleanup efforts between Sept. 11, 2001, and Sept. 12, 2002, are eligible for benefits under the New York World Trade Center Presumption law. More.

Memorial to 9/11 victims to be unveiled at St Mary's Garden of Remembrance in Tipperary

The final memorial to be unveiled at St Mary’s International Garden of Remembrance in Thurles will honour all those who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks in the US in 2001. And, the memorial will be unveiled by a great friend to the Garden of Remembrance, a proud Thurles man. More.

Riley County Seniors giving their time to remember 9/11 victims

Riley County Council on Aging Executive Board Chair Kevin Larson says residents at Riley County Senior Center are busy volunteering. The seniors prepared 150 flags the first day. They have a lot of work to prepare for the September 11th remembrance. More.

'Michigan Model' national pilot program to help curb acts of mass violence

During a critical time in U.S. history, and in a year that has seen more than 350 mass shootings, Michigan State University’s Department of Psychiatry is launching a pilot program – with a $15 million grant from the state of Michigan – to help curb acts of violence and spare families from unthinkable trauma before it’s too late. More.

Hunterdon County 9/11 remembrance ceremony scheduled

On Sunday, Sept. 11 at 8:30 a.m. Hunterdon County Sheriff Fred W. Brown will host the county’s annual 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on the steps of the Historic Courthouse on Main Street in Flemington. More.

‘I felt peace’: daughter of Sept. 11 victim Daniel Trant attends ceremony welcoming Ground Zero flag to Springfield

For Jessica Trant, whose father was killed on Sept. 11, 2001, in the terror attack at the World Trade Center in New York City, it was a moment of peace. “I felt like I was holding 2,977 people’s lives in my hands,” said Trant, who now lives in Longmeadow. “It was powerful.” More.

YMCAs announce return of annual 9/11 stair climb

A pair of YMCAs in central Illinois announced on Tuesday that they will once again host an annual tradition that honors the people who died on September 11, 2001. That tradition is the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. More.