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Middle Village honors September 11th anniversary

Christopher Barca, Queens Chronicle The “Never Forget” motto still rings true in Middle Village even after all these years. The 14th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks that left 2,753 [sic – 2,749] people dead in Lower Manhattan — and a total of 2,977 [sic – 2,973] people dead, including the attack on the […]

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North Hempstead unveils September 11 memorial following service

Bill San Antonio, The Island Now A steel beam now sits on the second floor of North Hempstead Town Hall in Manhasset, measuring about two feet long, a foot wide and six inches in height. It was pulled from the Ground Zero site of the September 11 attacks, donated to the town by the Port […]

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WTC steel monument formally dedicated

Matthew Ern Long Island Herald On Sunday, a steel beam recovered from the wreckage of the World Trade Center was dedicated at a ceremony attended by about 200 people at the VFW Plaza, on West Park Avenue at Grand Boulevard. The monument was installed last December but was formally recognized this weekend. The ceremony was […]

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