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9/11 First Responder, Marine Corps Veteran Scott Donnenberg Of Hunterdon County Dies, 49

9/11 first responder, proud Marine Corps veteran, and devoted father Scott Matthew Donnenberg died at his Hunterdon County home on Thursday, Jan. 19. He was 49. More.

Dept. of Mental Health Offers Supportive Services and Resources to Those Impacted by Recent Mass Shooting Incidents

In response to the mass shooting incident that took place in Monterey Park Jan. 21, alongside similar recent tragedies in Northern and Central California, the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health or LACDMH is providing services and resources to support the mental health. More.

Port Authority police officer gets fallen father’s badge number after losing dad to 9/11-related illness

A Port Authority police officer followed in his dad’s footsteps on Thursday, more than a decade after his father died of a 9/11-related illness. More.

How to help Asian American seniors affected by the mass shootings

The Monterey Park community showed its resilience at vigils honoring the victims after the tragedy. Around the state, people are memorializing the 11 victims killed there and those in Half Moon Bay, Calif., and other shootings. More.

'No safe spaces': For Asian Americans, California shootings add to growing mental health crisis

As it does every year, San Francisco senior services agency Self-Help for the Elderly is marking the Lunar New Year by offering its mostly Asian American clients good tidings, special pastries and traditional red envelopes bearing wishes of good health, peace and prosperity. More.

Marjorie Taylor Greene’s committee appointments mock survivors of 9/11

Arriving for work at the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center at 6:30 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001, seemed like any other day. I sat in my cubicle and read through overnight cable traffic. More.

His wife died of uterine cancer after 9/11. A new rule may offer closure to a long journey.

Denise Shockley was less than a mile away from the Twin Towers when they were struck on Sept. 11, 2001. She ran from the District Council 37 building on Barclay Street to her family’s home on Greenwich Street in lower Manhattan, fleeing the chaos that shrouded New York City more than two decades ago. More.

New Jersey, you must protect 9/11′s forgotten victims | Opinion

New York and New Jersey share a common bond other than concerns about traffic, tolls, transit and tourism. On September 11, 2001, residents of both states lost loved ones to the terrorist attacks. New Jersey lost 750 people, nearly all of them office workers. More.