Archive of News (2019)
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AN EMOTIONAL REUNION: Joe Zadroga (right), whose son James had the health-care treatment program for those suffering from World Trade Center-related illnesses named in his memory…
An NYPD sergeant who claims the department retaliated against him for seeking treatment of his chronic, 9/11-related health issues has been suspended, The Post has learned.
The community is mourning the loss of one of its true heroes following the death of longtime volunteer firefighter and selectman John Sapienza over the weekend.
Advocates who fought for the 9/11 Victims’ Compensation Fund are receiving the city’s highest honor, the Bronze Medallion.
The city honored the late NYPD Detective Luis Alvarez along with his fellow advocates that fought for permanent funding of the 9/11 Victims Compensation fund including the lead sponsor behind the legislation, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney.
For their tireless efforts that eventually resulted in lifelong health care and compensation for those who fell ill at Ground Zero, 18 New Yorkers received the city’s Bronze Medallion on Monday in a morning ceremony…
It is the city’s highest civic honor, awarded in the past to icons like Martin Luther King Jr., and Muhammad Ali.
New York City’s highest civic honor was handed out Monday to the tireless advocates of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund.
A united front of still-ailing uniformed first responders and volunteers — construction and office workers as well as residents — banded together for more than decade to persuade Congress to renew the Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund.
Despite a relatively young average age and no routine screening, prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men who worked at the World Trade Center (WTC) following the 9/11/2001 disaster.