Fairview Police Chief Frank Del Vecchio spent Tuesday morning and afternoon running — both to remember the thousands killed and to raise money for the children left behind.
New York, the nation and the world paused Tuesday to remember the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the Sept. 11th attacks 11 years ago.
Events and memorials were held around the Tri-State area Tuesday to mark the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11th terror attacks.
After viewing CBS’s coverage of the Tunnel To Towers Run, a businessman donated nearly half a million dollars to the Tunnel To Towers Foundation.
The 9/11 attacks were life changing for most Americans. The Transportation Security Administration — better known as the TSA — was created as a result.
9/11 made sports seem so trivial yet titanic in one breath. 9/11 wasn’t just about a plane and a building, and Piazza’s fly ball was about more than putting a crooked number up on the scoreboard.
When it comes to 9/11, there is a very special place for St. Paul’s Chapel, located so close to the World Trade Center site.
The situation, the mayor said, was quite complicated, so delays were to be expected. In fact, he called construction at the World Trade Center “probably the most complex construction project in the history in the world.”
Imam Mustafa El Amin said since 9/11, the Muslim faith has come under the microscope. El Amin said he’s spent 11 years trying to turn around the shadow cast by the hijackers.
First responder Michael McPhillips said he has a list of medical issues because of the toxic air he encountered at ground zero. Married with two children, he admits his conditions have devastated his family.
Each story is so precious and each person so special. Here we have yet another example of someone rising from the depths of despair to do good.
President Barack Obama said the U.S. is safer and its people resilient on the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Five years ago, New York Giants great George Martin walked across America in support of the first responders of 9/11.
Every year, on 9/11, the West Side Highway is transformed into what is, for many, an unexpected cheer zone.
In East Harlem, hundreds of volunteers are painting hallways and doors of a veterans residence on East 118th Street.