Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

9/11 victim Amy O’Doherty a woman for all seasons

Amy O'Doherty, family photo

By Phil Reisman On Monday I received a special book in the mail titled, “Amy’s Greenhouse, Learn & Grow.” It is written for young children, but it is for all of us. This is a book about remembrance and the lovely cycle of life — perfect for mid October, as the leaves begin to […]

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Dozen cops who died from 9/11-related illnesses have names added to the NYPD Memorial Wall 

 Two-year-old twins, Max and Owen Cioffi, are held up near their father's name Lt. Steven Cioffi. Susan Watts/New York Daily News

By Barry Paddock New York Daily News The names of a dozen cops who succumbed to 9/11-related illnesses — including two who died several years ago — were added Friday to the NYPD Memorial Wall in Battery Park City. “It was bittersweet,” said Delores Weiner, 57, a retired NYPD detective whose brother, Detective Thomas Weiner died […]

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Fire hasn’t disrupted operations at Flight 93 memorial

By Andrew Goldstein Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Monica Metz said her heart ached when she heard about the fire last week at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County. But that didn’t stop her from visiting the site with her family Monday afternoon. “My sister and brother have never seen it,” said Ms. Metz, 66, of […]

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