20 years after serving at Ground Zero, NJ man receives double lung transplant
Tony Moyet, a resident of Jersey City at the time, was serving as captain of a NY Waterway ferry when the Twin Towers crashed to the ground on 9/11.
Jersey Shore man sings touching, emotional tribute to the heroes of 9/11
As we reflect on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a Howell resident has put his thoughts into song as a way of remembering what happened, honoring our heroes from that day and trying to recapture that time period in the days and weeks following the attacks when our nation came tog…
Monmouth County is shining a light to honor the heroes of 9/11
If you can spare five minutes, come out Saturday night to a spot in Monmouth County and help shine a light to honor the heroes of 9/11.
New Jersey’s 750 victims of 9/11 — We’ll never forget them
The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 were felt by the whole country, the whole world. But nowhere more powerfully than in New York and New Jersey.
An Open Letter to the Owner of a 9/11 Themed Bar in Texas
I can't believe anyone would think it's a good idea to open a bar that is themed after a national tragedy like 9/11.
‘It’s bulls***’ — Jon Stewart says U.S. should aid veterans exposed to toxins
The comedian turned first responder advocate was back in Washington this week, with a new effort to support those who've become sick while helping protect others.
Ocean, Monmouth County Freeholders plan 9/11 services for Friday
It has been nineteen years since the September 11 attacks that changed our world forever and for many it feels like yesterday.
Middletown to continue tradition of reading 9/11 victims’ names
The town that lost the most souls in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, behind New York City, refuses to let the 19th anniversary come and go without reading those victims' names out loud.
Gov. Cuomo brings back 9/11 light tribute after nonprofit had it nixed
The annual light display honoring victims of 9/11 is back on
Check Out This 9/11 Budweiser Commercial That Aired Only One Time
On February 3, 2002, during Super Bowl XXXVI, Budweiser aired a commercial to honor those affected on 9/11/01. This commercial only aired one time on television.