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When grief rewrites your address book: How a Boston tradition got started

Meaghan Coombs, who lost her father, Jeff Coombs, aboard American Airlines Flight 11, was dreading September 11, 2008, her first anniversary of the attacks at Roger Williams University. A flag display comforted her. Her story inspired the annual Memorial Day flag display on Boston Common of 37,000 flags honoring those killed in the line of duty from the Revolutionary War to this day.

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FBI names Atlanta office after Special Agent David LeValley, who died of 9/11 illness

The FBI has named their Atlanta office after their Special Agent David LeValley, who died last year of site-related leukemia.

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Not forgotten: Norwin HS to honor graduates Brian Dale and David Kovalcin, killed on 9/11

David Kovalcin and Brian P. Dale went to the same high school, one year apart. Years later, both men boarded American Flight 11 on September 11, 2001. Now a plaque honoring them will be dedicated at their Pennsylvania high school.

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    1. Fleet Week

      May 22 @ 8:00 am - May 28 @ 5:00 pm
    2. Funeral for Dr. Thomas Cahill, physicist who warned about air quality at World Trade Center site

      May 24 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
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