Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

Sayville hero James Bast honored in street renaming ceremony

Retired NYPD Sergeant James P. Bast, who died of World Trade Center-related cancer last year, has been honored with an Islip street renaming.

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NYC’s yellow ribbon of 8 million daffodils a living memorial to 9/11

Eight million daffodils adorn New York City’s five boroughs in remembrance of those killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, writes Kerry J. Byrne of the NY Post. The story of the Daffodil Project is dear to the hearts of those at the September 11th Families’ Association–9/11 Tribute Museum, and our volunteers from the […]

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Street named in honor of Andrew Stern, killed in 9/11 terrorist attacks

After years of denials and waiting, a street in Lynbrook has been renamed for Andrew Stern, who was killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

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