Category Archives: 9/11 Community

Over 7,000 boots of fallen soldiers line route for remembrance 5-K

Soldiers from Fort Hood held a remembrance 5-K last week to honor all fallen soldiers, writes Brooke Bednarz of KXXV. The race route was surrounded by boots representing the more than 7,000 military members killed since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

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ICE frees pardoned Ground Zero worker set for deportation

Carlos Cardona, a construction worker who worked at the World Trade Center site in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 has been released from custody, report Graham Rayman,Ginger Adams Otis and Leonard Greene of the New York Daily News. Cardona, a native of Colombia, will be required to check in with immigration officials pending […]

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Can God afford to rent in Lower Manhattan? – Chapel that doubles as Catholic Memorial to September 11 appears likely to close

St. Joseph’s Chapel in Gateway Plaza, served as a respite center for recovery workers after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. It houses the Catholic Memorial to those attacks, Catholics being the group that lost the most members in the attacks. It is the only house of worship west of West Street. And it will probably […]

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