A 9/11 hero once labeled a terrorist is finally getting the honor he deserves, nearly a dozen years later.
Their payouts range from $10,000 to $1.5 million. It will be years, though, before the group sees all that money.
The handpainted tiles that adorned a fence outside the former St. Vincent’s Hospital for a decade after Sept. 11, 2001, in Greenwich Village are part of a new exhibit.
The Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund plans to hand out $1,000 to every family in 19 schools, located in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island and New Jersey.
A group of Sept. 11 families is pressing on with its fight over a plan to put unidentified remains from the 2001 attacks in the museum at the World Trade Center site.
Another set of inflammatory ads has appeared in 39 New York City subway stations, paid for by the same group that posted ads equating Muslims or Palestinians with savages last year.
Volunteer ambulance squads aren’t just found in the suburbs. They exist in New York City as well.
In order to qualify for federal help, sick or injured Ground Zero volunteers who lack other proof must have two people swear they worked there. Quinn said the city should help these volunteers locate first responders and others who can attest to their service.
On January 3, the 113th Congress will convene and it will be the first time since 1989 that Joseph Lieberman won’t be representing Connecticut in the U.S. Senate.
Many expected last year’s Midnight Mass at the World Trade Center to be the last, but the tradition will take place one more time.
The most comprehensive study on whether the toxins in the air at ground zero after 9/11 are linked to cancers is unlikely to end the debate over health questions.
Most people probably know the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation for its 9/11-related charities, but superstorm Sandy has them extending their efforts.
New York Sen. Charles Schumer has demanded swift action from the group in charge of distributing funds to those sickened in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
The president of the FealGood Foundation, which assists first responders and others who were injured in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, said his organization may not be able to keep operation efficiently next year.
The corner of East 20th Street and Second Avenue has been renamed for Glen Pettit. The corner is near the police academy, where Pettit made instructional videos for recruits.