World Trade Center
Philadelphia’s first international exposition kicks off Monday and includes more than 100 events over 47 days.
Developers who wanted, but failed, to place a World Trade Center just off Penn’s Landing a few years ago are now apparently looking to take the proposal across the river to Camden.
A piece of steel from the World Trade Center will make its way to Philadelphia on Saturday, where it will be on display for the next week.
The new 1 World Trade Center reached that height with the lowering of a silvery spire from a crane on Friday, officially taking its place as a signature of the city’s skyline and, with some argument, the nation’s tallest tower.
One firefighter’s vision has become a reality for the city.
Construction debris from the World Trade Center site will be sifted for any human remains from the 9/11 terrorist attacks starting Monday.
The thought of going an entire day without political campaigning out respect of those who lost their lives on 9/11/2001 was a nice and extremely appropriate thought. However, disappointing to many, it wasn’t the respectful day totally without political bickering that was expected by many who were watching and listening.
For those of you who are having difficulty with memories today, it is recommended that you allow yourself time to reflect on the events and process them. But also do something active to get a sense of normalcy.
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.
Nazareth Academy got another visit on Thursday from a 9/11 survivor whom the school “adopted” following that terrible tragedy.
The fireman’s tribute walk on the morning of 9/11 was one way to commemorate the 10th anniversary of one of the darkest days in American history.
Did you make any plans to mark the 10th anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks? A new poll found most New Jersey residents did not.
In 2009, September 11th was declared “National Day of Service and Remembrance” as a way to encourage Americans to volunteer for a good cause.
The names of the Sept. 11 dead, some recited by children barely old enough to remember their fallen mothers and fathers, echoed across ground zero Sunday in a haunting but hopeful tribute on the 10th anniversary of the terror attack.
Now a resident of Texas, but formerly of Pennsauken, N.J., Nancarrow came back to South Jersey Sunday to share his story with his old congregation at Saint Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Cherry Hill.