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  • Stair Climb Keeps Memories of Fallen Firefighters Alive

    Stair Climb Keeps Memories of Fallen Firefighters Alive
    Metro firefighters are taking a unique approach to honoring firefighters who died in the 9/11 attacks. They will do so by climbing 110 flights of stairs. It represents the height of the World Trade Center. A total of 343 firefighters were lost on...
  • First Responders: The Illness You Can't See

    First Responders: The Illness You Can't See
    With the 9/11 anniversary approaching, two families of first responders - one from the FDNY and one from the NYPD reflect on how the date changed their lives. Each of the first responders committed suicide years after 9/11, after being diagnosed with...
  • 'Never Forget' run is first step in county's 9/11 commemoration

    On Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011, the Shiloh Middle School History Club is hosting its Never Forget 5k and 1-mile fun run and walk in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks The event is being held beginning at 9 a.m. at North...
  • Towson man teaches the lessons of 9/11 to next generation

    Towson man teaches the lessons of 9/11 to next generation
    Michael Chrvala's current students were 3 years old on Sept. 11, 2001. They didn't see the hijacked airliners crash into the twin towers of the World Trade Center, or the plane plow into Pentagon, and they didn't hear news reports about the jet that...
  • Families Cope With Tragic Loss Of 2 First Responders Lost Post-9/11

    Families Cope With Tragic Loss Of 2 First Responders Lost Post-9/11
    When terror pierced a sunny beautiful Tuesday morning in 2001, it tore 2,753 people from us. That toll, however, was just a beginning. This is the story of two First Responders – one FDNY, the other, NYPD – for whom 9/11 may have been the beginning of...
  • 343 Trees Planted In Memory Of Firefighters Lost on 9/11

    343 Trees Planted In Memory Of Firefighters Lost on 9/11
    So many courageous people have told me their stories in the ten years since September 11, 2001--and I am grateful to them all. As the daughter of Irish-born parents, one report that remains close to my heart was written for the 5th anniversary of the...
  • St. Patrick's Cathedral Service Honors 9/11 Dead

    St. Patrick's Cathedral Service Honors 9/11 Dead
    The sound of music filled St. Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth Avenue with thousands of city firefighters and their families packed in the pews. Commissioner Salvatore Cassano said, "An attack that was brought about by extreme lack of humanity resulted...
  • Cabbie: Drunk Firefighters Beat, Robbed Me On St. Patrick's Day

    A New York City Cabbie claims he was beat up by four drunk firefighters in FDNY uniforms the night of the St. Patrick's parade. The cabbie told police it all happened after he asked the belligerent firefighters to get out of his cab at Columbus circle....
  • Firefighter Angered After Appearing In Law Firm's 9/11 Photoshop Job

    Firefighter Angered After Appearing In Law Firm's 9/11 Photoshop Job
    NEW YORK (PIX11) -- A New York City firefighter is decrying a law firm’s Photoshop job of his image, saying it is insulting to families of 9/11 victims. Robert Keiley, who is also an aspiring model, posed for a stock photo last year wearing his...
  • Controversial 9/11 Ad Pulled, Agency Says

    Controversial 9/11 Ad Pulled, Agency Says
    New York (CNN) -- A controversial 9/11 ad with an altered picture of a model firefighter holding a picture of the aftermath of the World Trade Center attack under the headline "I was there" will not be running again, according to the ad agency which was...
  • Probe Underway After Residents Report Locked Exits, Broken Sprinklers At Shelter

    Probe Underway After Residents Report Locked Exits, Broken Sprinklers At Shelter
    Close to two dozen people were injured Friday morning in a fire at a homeless shelter where emergency exits were allegedly locked and a faulty sprinkler system failed to work. What could have ended in tragedy instead resulted in 21 injuries that included...