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National September 11 Memorial & Museum

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  • No indication of arson found at Flight 93 memorial

    No indication of arson or foul play has been found in the fire that broke out last week at the Flight 93 National Memorial headquarters in Pennsylvania, destroying artifacts that had been saved after the Sept. 11, 2001, hijacking and plane crash, the...
  • Flag that flew over Capitol on 9/11 destroyed in Flight 93 memorial fire

    The American flag that flew over the U.S. Capitol on Sept. 11, 2001, was one of several items destroyed in a fire that damaged several buildings near the Flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania, officials said. Investigators with the National...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •Holiday Shopping in New York, Chelsea Market and Rockefeller Center, Dec. 1. $38. Morning Angels, Camille, 908-387-0001. •Amish Homestead Tour, National Christmas Center, meal at Fulton Steamboat, Dec. 4. $80. Deadline: Nov. 9....
  • Napa businesses rebound after August quake

    I took a quick stroll around downtown Napa, not sure what to expect. A 6.0-magnitude earthquake had rocked the area Aug. 24, two weeks before my initial visit, but I had heard the damage wasn't as bad as first reported. When I stopped by the Visit...
  • Former NYC firefighter to share memories of 9/11

    New York City firefighter Ron Parker was a first responder on Sept. 11, 2001. His book, "Chiefs, Pawns & Warriors" recounts the harrowing task that he and his compatriots tackled. Parker will be speaking on "Remembering 9/11 – A NYC Firefighter's...
  • 9/11 museum and longing for less divided America

    9/11 museum and longing for less divided America
    When many Americans heard about the opening of the National 9/11 Memorial & Museum, they had two words: Too soon. But having recently visited the controversial museum, I thought: Not soon enough. It's not that I have any desire to rush history or...
  • Glastonbury Senior Center news

    GLASTONBURY – Glastonbury Senior Center, 300 Welles St., 860-652-7638. Events Blue Lobster Festival—Windsor, Saturday, Aug. 16, 11:30 a.m. Leave RCC 12:30 p.m. Lunch. Approximate Return: 3 p.m. Cost of $22 includes Meal and transportation....
  • Americans express ambivalence over a new Mideast military plunge

    Americans express ambivalence over a new Mideast military plunge
    As the afternoon sun blazed down on the 9/11 Memorial, Derek Cooper weighed another U.S. military plunge into the Middle East. "It's hard to say we shouldn't be the world's police, but at the same time, how would the world be if we weren't?" asked the...
  • H.B. group still trying to overcome obstacles to build 9/11 memorial

    Dennis Hashin thought that creating a 9/11 memorial for Huntington Beach would be as simple as removing a fountain to make room for a sculpture. He quickly learned that he was wrong. And now, three years after the project started and 13 years after...
  • Memories And Consolation At Connecticut's 9/11 Memorial

    WESTPORT — Patty and Kenny Schielke arrived early for Wednesday's anniversary ceremony at the 9/11 Living Memorial in Sherwood Island State Park. The Southington couple walked to the granite monument set on a spit of land jutting into Long Island...
  • 9/11 anniversary: Ceremonies to honor victims of terrorist attacks

    9/11 anniversary: Ceremonies to honor victims of terrorist attacks
    Several public events and somber remembrances are scheduled for the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, including a ceremony outside Dodger Stadium. Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck will join Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas at 10 a....