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Vandal tears up Stonington High School soccer field named for 9/11 victim Josh Piver

A vandal has driven repeatedly over the Josh Piver Memorial soccer field at Stonington High School, causing damage such as to render the field unusable, reports Joe Wojtas in The Day. The carefully tended, recently renovated field now has large ruts and chunks of sod have been displaced. The plaque with the field’s name was not damaged […]

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Daughter of 9/11 hero cop joins NYPD, makes three arrests in first week on the job

Brittney Roy, 23, has arrested three people already after becoming an NYPD officer last week to honor her father, NYPD Sergeant Timothy Roy, who was killed while responding to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, reported John Annese in the NY Daily News. P.O. Roy is assigned to the 113 Precinct in Queens.

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New York 9/11 anniversary ceremony on demand

You can watch the 16th anniversary ceremony from the National September 11th Memorial at the site of the World Trade Center here.

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