Archive of News (2023)
News stories by year:
NYC Transit workers, shut out of 9/11 disability benefits, look for support
Despite state and federal legislation granting disability benefits to people who developed any number of health issues attributable to their presence on the site, city transit workers have so far been shut out.
Retired State Police trooper from North Greenbush dies of 9/11-related illness
Patrick Hogan, a retired state trooper who aided in search-and-recovery efforts at the World Trade Center following the Sept. 11 terrorist attack, died last Thursday from a 9/11-related illness.
Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Hepatitis C Virus Infection in World Trade Center Responders
Contact with sewage may increase the risk of HCV infection.
Make 9/11 an unforgettable day
Television news doesn’t spend hours covering it. People go about their days, walking past the site, barely stopping to take a moment to remember. The tourists seem to stop for selfies. But remember we must.
Mayor Adams, open the WTC records: The Ground Zero files held by New York City must be released
The truth must come out and now, as mayor, Adams must open up the city’s files regarding the disaster.
Congress must pass our bill to continue care for 9/11 victims, first responders
People like Mariama, Nate, and Jamie deserve our help and care. They have endured unimaginable traumas and should not be left to suffer alone.
NY rep wants Sept. 11 to be federal holiday
U.S. Rep. Mike Lawler introduced the bill titled the September 11th Day of Remembrance Act.
9/11 ‘vampire’ Christine LaSala blasted over service to ailing responders
The “vampire” of 9/11 – a woman infamous for fighting illness claims by Ground Zero workers – is now overseeing a healthcare firm that is making their lives a “nightmare.”
9/11 responder receives sobering diagnosis during trip to San Diego
The diagnosis was a surprise, but a possible factor could be traced to an event more than two decades ago, the 9/11 terror attacks.
Mayor Adams rejects calls for release of NYC 9/11 files, citing fears of lawsuits
Adams said the city would not comply unless the lawmakers can come up with a way to cover costs and shield the city from getting sued.