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Hazardous 9/11 dust made newborn babies smaller

A new study published in the fall 2016 issue of the Journal of Human Resources has found that the dust emanating from the collapse of the World Trade Center probably contributed to negative birth outcomes for women in Lower Manhattan, reported Erika Beras in National Geographic. The study isolated lower Manhattan birth records from the 1.2 million NYC births from 1994 to […]

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Injured Stark County veteran gets ‘smart’ home for the holidays

Sgt. Joshua Stahl,  who lost both legs while serving in Afghanistan in 2011, now has a new customized “smart” home donated by the FF Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, reports Jessica Holbrook in the Canton Rep. Santa Claus, an honor guard, and family and friends were on hand to celebrate with the Stahl family. Stahl is a […]

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Pentagon 9/11 Memorial Visitor Center renderings on display at mall

Renderings of the future 9/11 Pentagon Memorial Visitor Education Center, which is due to open by 2020, can be seen at Pentagon City mall, reports Arlington Now. The Education Center will be located at the junction of Columbia Pike and Washington Boulevard in the highway cloverleaf. The site is only a short walk from the Pentagon Memorial for the […]

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