During his weekly radio show, Mayor Bloomberg said some people felt the names should be read forever, while others were open to a change.
This is the first time bereaved kids as well as children of first responders have been brought together in an ongoing program, and participants say that integration is crucial.
The NY1-Marist Poll released Thursday found 49 percent of New York City residents expressed concern about another attack, with 17 percent saying they were “very worried” and 32 percent feeling “worried.”
In a report release Thursday, the Downtown Alliance says that the area is “thriving as never before.”
People who want to visit the National Sept. 11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site when it opens in two months will be able to start reserving tickets over the Internet, starting on Monday.
In a news conference Tuesday at Citi Field, the Mets and Tuesday’s Children announced that the team will help pay for The First Responder Alliance Mentoring Program, which will provide trained mentors for children whose parents died due to illness attributed to their time working at ground zero or Fresh Kills Landfill.
The USS New York – which includes 7.5 tons of World Trade Center Steel its hull – was adopted by September 11 families in a special ceremony in Staten Island.
The cement statue in Lindenhurst is modeled after a German shepherd who spent 150 days searching through the rubble of Ground Zero.
The USS New York, which includes 7.5 tons of steel salvaged from the collapsed World Trade Center, steamed into her namesake’s harbor Wednesday as Navy ships and Coast Guard cutters dropped anchor for Fleet Week.
Beckwith stood with then-President Bush at Ground Zero three days after the towers collapsed. He watched this week as President Obama announced bin Laden’s death.
I can’t put a bow on bin Laden. None of us can. I won’t be pretentious or presumptuous enough to think that I can tell you how to cheer, jeer, or mourn, how to rebury the beloved after the news stirred the stiff soil.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says Americans have kept their promise after Sept. 11 to capture or kill Osama bin Laden.
Fire Lieutenant Robert Hess was assigned to the firehouse for Ladder 76 at 7219 Amboy Road. He died one year ago Monday from 9/11-related injuries.
The updated system will be in place by next week and consists of just two warning levels: elevated and imminent.
They survived some of the worst tragedies the world has ever known, and on Thursday nearly 50 heroes traveled to a New Jersey school to share their incredible stories.