Where 9/11 Once United, It Now DividesThe days following the September 11, 2001, attacks were marked by political solidarity over confronting America's enemies. No longer.
Camden County Officials Marking 9-11 Attacks With Solemn CeremonyOfficials in Pennsauken are honoring those slain in the 9-11 attacks by placing 2,997 flags at the township's memorial site.
Philadelphia Firefighters Look Back On 9/11 Search And Rescue Efforts"When we got there," Batallion Chief Craig Murphy recalls "210 stories had compressed into eight stories."
Special Ceremony In Coatesville Marks Anniversary Of 9-11 AttacksMany communities around the Delaware Valley will mark the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks today including Coatesville where the Chester County city has a unique connection to the Twin Towers.
Group Of Engineers Believe Controlled Detonations Took Down World Trade CenterThere's been a growing movement led by some architects and engineers to take a second look at the collapse of the New York City skyscrapers in the attacks on September 11th 2001.
Documentary Gives A New Listen To The 9-11 Attacks As we near the 12th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks, The Smithsonian Channel is airing a documentary beginning Sunday evening that doesn't exactly take a new look. It's more of a new listen.
Bucks County Remembers Lives Lost On September 11thThe names of the 18 people from Bucks County who died on September 11, 2001 are etched into glass around a fountain and reflecting pool, part of the Garden of Reflection.
Councilman Urges Philadelphians To Show Appreciation To FirefightersCouncilman Jim Kenney, whose father was a city firefighter, wants this week to be Firefighter's Appreciation Week.
I-Beam From World Trade Center Arrives In Bucks County For 9-11 Memorial ProjectA piece of the World Trade Center is now warehoused in the Bucks County area, waiting to become a part of an everlasting memorial to the people who lost their lives in the September 11th attacks.