Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

Nassau County secures $125K to repair decaying 9/11 Memorial

Nassau County’s 9/11 Memorial will receive $125,000 in state funding to repair its badly damaged tiles, dirty flags, missing lights, and to make other repairs, reported Susan Edelman in the NY Post. The memorial has been sorely neglected, desecrating the memories of the 344 Nassau County residents it should honor. It was dedicated nearly 10 years ago, but […]

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Brighton Ambulance to honor 9/11 EMT Zhe Zeng

Zhe “Zack” Zeng, an emergency medical technician who was killed while saving lives in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center was honored by his former company, Brighton Volunteer Ambulance, who dedicated a new vehicle in his honor. The vehicle replaces an older one also named for Zeng. Mr. Zeng was working for […]

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Pentagon artifact from 9/11 attacks displayed at Yeager Airport

Yeager Airport in Charleston, WV has dedicated a block of limestone from the area of the Pentagon that was attacked by terrorists on September 11, 2001. The artifact serves to remind TSA personnel of the reason for their jobs, reported Matt Maccaro in the Metro News – the Voice of West Virginia.

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