WTC Steel Being Used in NJ Memorial

About 60 miles west of New York City, a piece of World Trade Center steel will serve as the anchor for a memorial to Warren County resdients who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, according to a report by lehighvalleylive.com  Read more »

Honoring Memory, Lives in the 9/11 Memorial Museum

The family of Rosa Gonzalez, who worked in Tower One and was killed on 9/11, recently donated T-shirts, missing posters, and mass cards to the 9/11 Memorial Museum. These personal items, accompanied by recorded stories, will be preserved in Rosa’s memory in the Museum’s permanent collection.  Read more »

A Living History: The Stories Behind 9/11 Artifacts

“A Living History: The Stories Behind 9/11 Artifacts” is a three-part series written by oral historian Jenny Pachucki of the 9/11 Memorial Museum and edited by Meghan Walsh, communications associate for the 9/11 Memorial. "Three Ensembles: The Seasons of Ground Zero"  is part 3 of 3 in the series. (All photos by 9/11 Memorial staff)/em>NYPD officer David Brink recently arrived at the 9/11 Memorial Museum's  Read more »

The 9/11 Memorial inspires a personal story

For more than 4 years, I’ve worked for the 9/11 Memorial.  I’m a senior development officer and I raise money for building and sustaining the Memorial, which opens next year.  Read more »