Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

State police pilots will share memories of 9/11 at Flight 93 National Memorial

Pennsylvania State Police pilots from the Aviation Patrol who responded to the crash of  United Flight 93, which was hijacked during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, will share their stories at the Flight 93 Memorial’s Learning Center, reported Mark Pesto of the Tribune Democrat.  To learn more about the Flight 93 National Memorial, please […]

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Abington to dedicate 9/11 Memorial in September

A 206-pound piece of steel salvaged from the rubble that once was the World Trade Center, will be made into a memorial in front of the Abington police station in Abingdon, MA. The memorial should open in time for the fifteenth anniversary of the attacks. It is a project of Abingdon resident Christie Coombs, whose husband, Jeff […]

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Street renaming for Court Officer Theodore Leoutsakos, who died of site-related illness

City Council approved a number of new street renamings last Thursday. One of them is for a member of the September 11th community, reports Christopher Barca in the Queens Chronicle. The corner of 29th Street and 21st Avenue will be named for Court Officer Theodore Leoutsakos who died of World Trade Center-related pancreatic cancer years after […]

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