Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

9/11 monuments across America are being defaced and neglected

“A startling number of 9/11 monuments around the country have been vandalized or fallen into disrepair, including a $2 million Nassau County memorial that bears the names of heroes and residents killed that day,” writes Susan Edelman in the NY Post. Other memorials in Wisconsin, San Diego, Brooklyn, Laguna Beach and Louisiana are deteriorating or subject […]

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Little League named after slain NYPD Officer Michael J. Buczek and honoring 9/11 cops celebrates ‘special’ 28th season

“It’s the Little League with the huge memory — and enormous heart.” writes Chris Sommerfeldt in the New York Daily News. The Police Officer Michael J. Buczek Little League opened its 28th season this week. The league honors both its NYPD namesake and the 23 NYPD officers killed while responding to the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Each […]

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Compromise reached between competing Lower Makefield groups planning 9/11 ceremonies at township’s Garden of Reflection

At the Lower Makefield board of supervisors meeting on April 20, 2016, a compromise was reached about conflicting 9/11 ceremonies this year at the Garden of Reflection, reported D.E. Schlatter in Bucks Local News. Supervisor Judi Reiss, who lost her son in the terrorist attacks, had received a township permit to reserve the Garden  from 7:00am on […]

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