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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Remembers September 11, 2001

Residents across the Twin Tiers on Wednesday will look back on the terrorist attacks on the United States twelve years ago.

Ceremonies and events are planned to remember those who died and those who were injured on September 11, 2001

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Photo: Tom Picciano
Photo: Tom Picciano

Hundreds Turn Out To See World Trade Center Beam

Several hundred people lined the streets of Endwell on September 11th for a parade with a crumpled beam from the World Trade Center.

Dozens of first responders including many fire departments from western Broome County and the Union Volunteer Emergency Square took part

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Tom Picciano/WNBF News
Tom Picciano/WNBF News

Broome Residents Remember 9/11

Eleven years after the World Trade Center's twin towers collapsed, a ten-foot section of a steel I-beam from one of the 110-story buildings has arrived at Endwell's Highland Park.

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Spencer Platt/Getty Images
Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Highland Park: Final Destination for WTC Beam

A ten-foot-long steel I-beam from the World Trade Center is to be taken to its final resting place in Endwell today.

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SUNY Oneonta 9/11 Memorial
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SUNY Oneonta’s 9/11 Memorial is Poignant, Moving

A year ago my fourth book was published.  This one, published by Syracuse Unviersity Press, is titled "Monumentally New York" and it takes a look at 30 different monuments, statues and memorials found around Upstate New York.  The list covers all elments of Upstate life, from history to entertainment to folklore.

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