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Maine lawmaker proposes state holiday for 9/11

Legislators in Maine are considering making September 11th a state-wide holiday. The holiday was proposed by residents of the state and lawmakers are considering if they think it is the best way to honor the states’s law enforcement officers, firefighters, and emergency medical personnel, reports Mal Leary for MainePublic.org.

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College of Staten Island hitting refresh button on Tournament of Heroes

The Tournament of Heroes at the College of Staten Island will be changing, due to the college moving from Division III to Division II in the NCAA. The tournament will continue its 18-year tradition of honoring Terrance Aiken, Scott Davidson and Tom Hannafin, who were killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, reports […]

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Bronze Medallion posthumously awarded to 9/11 health advocates

Sixteen people and three agencies who fought tirelessly for those sickened by exposure to the World Trade Center were honored today with NYC’s Bronze Medallion, the city’s highest civic honor. Four of the medallions were awarded posthumously.

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