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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • Coming out against crime

    Hallandale Beach residents turned out en masse for National Night Out, featuring an evening of fun, safety and community at Gulfstream Park. National Night Out, started in 1984, is aimed at promoting crime prevention, community awareness and safety....
  • Chowing down to help charities

    With barbecue spices wafting in the air, Miramar's finest stuffed their faces with pork, all for a good cause. The Miramar Police Department was victorious against Miramar Fire-Rescue in the inaugural Guns and Hoses Rib Eating Challenge, hosted by...
  • 'Bridge and Tunnel' leads nowhere

     'Bridge and Tunnel' leads nowhere
    Writer-director Jason Michael Brescia's "Bridge and Tunnel" follows a group of Long Island twentysomethings over the course of one rocky year. It tries to be a kind of "St. Elmo's Fire" for "the change-at-Jamaica crowd," as the railroad-riding locals...
  • 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: Deaths in Central Florida

      Brevard WINFIELD SNYDER, 77, Titusvlle, died Sunday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. PAUL WOODELL, 64, Titusville, died Sept. 4. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. Lake CHARLES E. "CHARLIE" BREEDLOVE, 83, Eustis, died Tuesday....
  • Chaplain shares his Sept. 11 story of survival, hope to Williamsburg parish

    Chaplain shares his Sept. 11 story of survival, hope to Williamsburg parish
    Chaplain Stuart Hoke stepped into the shadows of an Upper West Side subway station on Sept. 11, 2001. He was boarding an express train to Trinity Church where he worked. To his back the silvery sky scrapers of New York City jeweled under a Carolina blue...
  • Peasley Middle School memorial honors 9-11

    Peasley Middle School memorial honors 9-11
    GLOUCESTER - Students at Peasley Middle School in Gloucester laid 3,000 American flags out Thursday to honor of those who lost their lives in the terrorists attacks of September 11, 2001. "Most of these kids were not even born when these attacks...
  • Islamic State has offered to trade hostages for imprisoned 'superstar'

    Islamic State has offered to trade hostages for imprisoned 'superstar'
    For months, Islamic State militants have engaged in a high-stakes game of deadly extortion, threatening to behead American captives they are holding in the Middle East unless their demands are met, including an end to U.S. airstrikes targeting their...
  • Naval Weapons Station Yorktown observes anniversary of Sept. 11 attacks

    Naval Weapons Station Yorktown observes anniversary of Sept. 11 attacks
    Chief petty officer selectees from Naval Weapons Station Yorktown and its tenant commands remembered the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, with a ceremony Thursday at Kirkpatrick Field. Officers, sailors and civilians came together to honor the victims of...
  • Pull a 180,000-pound plane for Special Olympics Illinois this weekend

    Pull a 180,000-pound plane for Special Olympics Illinois this weekend
    When Brent Kampert was 3 years old, it wasn’t clear if he’d be able to walk or talk properly. Now, at 28, Kampert is a Special Olympics USA Games silver medalist, and he'll be competing in a 180,000-pound plane pull at O’Hare this...
  • Lori Andre, entrepreneur, sets the pace selling designer shoes

    Lori Andre, entrepreneur, sets the pace selling designer shoes
    As a 24-year-old newlywed in 1983, Lori Andre rented a vacant storefront on Armitage Avenue just west of Halsted Street, unsure how she would fill it. It was an unlikely address for either of her ideas — gourmet takeout or women's footwear —...