Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

Heartfelt Welcome Greets 9/11 First Responders after 1,400-Mile Journey to the Navy SEAL Museum

By Lauren Hills CBS 12 News  To see a video, please click here. FT PIERCE, Fla. — Between hugs and handshakes, New York City firefighter Louis Strandberg could hardly get a moment to himself. “It’s hard to put into words.”

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Street dedicated to NYPD Officer Francis T. Pitone

The unveiling of a street sign dedicated to Officer Francis T. Pitone, an NYPD officer and September 11 first responder who died last August, was met with applause.

By David Weingrad Long Island Herald Hanging below the traditional green street sign on Corey Lane in East Meadow is another one, a blue commemorative sign reading “Officer Francis T. Pitone Ln,” in honor of a 20-year New York Police Department officer, a first responder after the September 11 attacks, who died last August. Frank […]

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Feds Called out in Fracas over 9/11 Memorial Land

Flight 93 walkway

By Erin Mcauley Courthouse News Service The National Park Service must resolve claims that it still owes money for Pennsylvania land purchased to build the Flight 93 National Memorial, a federal judge ruled. Construction of the project, located at the crash site of United Airlines Flight 93 in Stonycreek, Pa., remains ongoing, but a memorial […]

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