After several years of what has seemed to be growing public complacency and waning memories of exactly what that 9/11 was all about, Thursday was a reminder that Americans haven’t forgotten.
Several events were held in Boston Thursday morning to mark the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
The Boston College Eagles will be wearing special helmets, gloves and cleats Saturday night honoring alumnus Welles Crowther, a former BC lacrosse player who died during the September 11 terrorist attacks.
U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch is again calling for the release of additional documents related to the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.
The Massachusetts Port Authority conducted a drill Wednesday morning involving smoke and fire on the runway.
A North Andover man who lost his father in the 9/11 attacks was also at the Boston Marathon this year during the bombing. He says the families affected by both tragedies share a similar fear and pain.
The families of 9/11 victims came together with survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings Wednesday in a special ceremony at the State House.
Gold Star father and Marathon hero Carlos Arredondo gave the official ready, set, go, with Paul Norden, who lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings, at his side
Capt. John Ogonowski, the pilot of one of the planes that was flown into the World Trade Center towers during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, is one of 10 alumni veterans being honored by the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.
A 7-year-old raised enough money for her town to purchase a giant $2,400 American flag.