September 11th Attacks
The transit dock ship Somerset is the third and final ship ordered by the US Navy after September 11th to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks, joining the New York and the Arlington.
Fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers sounded a bell in memory of all of the victims of September 11th, including first responders.
A group calling itself “Phila911” proposes a memorial in Franklin Square featuring 9-foot, 11-inch replicas of the twin towers, with a replica of the Liberty Bell suspended between the two.
Author Mark Bowden says both the Obama and Bush administrations can claim a share of credit in the meticulous, tireless effort to find the man who had a very high value and very low profile.
The names of Pennsylvania emergency workers who had given their lives in the line of duty were read during a ceremony outside the state capitol.
This memorial includes a piece of an I-beam from one of the towers that was demolished in the terrorist attacks.
It is a warped, two-foot section of I-beam, a piece of steel from the World Trade Center, that will become part of a September 11th memorial at Gloucester County College.
New Jersey drivers will soon need to meet new requirements to get or renew their driver’s licenses.
This year, Villanova has selected Jamie Ford, author of “Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet,” as its “One Book Villanova” author.
What are the end-of-the-year flicks that we’ll be flocking to during the holiday season and beyond?
Joe Wilson was once an American diplomat in Iraq. His wife, Valerie Plame, was a CIA operative. An aide to VP Dick Cheney was convicted of leaking her undercover identity.
Recently hired as the new women’s crew coach at his alma mater, Temple University, Jason Read’s incredible life résumé includes an Olympic gold medal and years spent helping others as an EMS/Rescue Chief of Operations in his home county of Hunterdon, in New Jersey.
Three dozen first responders from a number of states are bicycling thousands of miles in honor of their fallen comrades of 9/11.
Outside the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, people gathered around the county’s 9/11 memorial on Friday to mark the upcoming tenth anniversary of that terrible day.
The Philadelphia Police Department has marked the tenth anniversiary of 9/11 by honoring those who have served their city and their country.