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.
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.”
It has been eleven years since the September 11 attacks and for some families the wounds still haven’t healed.
The 9/11 Museum was scheduled to open two weeks from today, but that will not happen.
Hudson Square is within walking distance of the World Trade Center site and the 9/11 Memorial. At one institution that fact is never forgotten
Politicians Will Not Speak At 9/11 Anniversary After Families Claim Museum Progress Stalled By Politics
Politicians will be excluded from speaking at this year’s Sept. 11 anniversary ceremony at Ground Zero, following a year in which families have expressed concern that political struggles are hindering progress on a 9/11 museum at the World Trade Center site.
A group of wounded warriors and their families came from all over the country to spend the 4th of July in New York, starting their day at the 9/11 Memorial.
The mayor said Monday control should remain with the National September 11 Memorial & Museum foundation.
Some 9/11 victims’ family members want to have the National Park Service run the museum and memorial the World Trade Center site, WCBS 880′s Monica Miller reported.
A special ceremony will be held tonight at 6:30 at the 9/11 Memorial to honor the people whose hands carried the buckets, whose torches cut the steel, and whose searching discovered the bodies.
To cap off Fleet Week, hundreds of Marines gathered Monday for a wreath-laying ceremony at the World Trade Center site, WCBS 880′s Alex Silverman reported.
Family members of some Sept. 11 victims are frustrated with delays at the museum being built alongside the memorial at the World Trade Center site.
This month marks 10 years since cleanup at the World Trade Center site officially ended.
The World Trade Center sphere was supposed to be moved out by April 30 to make way for renovations but the iconic 25-foot bronze sculpture that was pulled from the rubble of the Twin Towers is still there.
The bronz sculpture, which once stood as a symbol of world peace between the Twin Towers, will be moved from Battery Park for park renovations.