High school sophomores were only 5- or 6-years-old on 9/11. It’s part of the (recent) past for them.
Around the country schools are already incorporating 9/11 lessons into their curricula. But what are the lessons of that day, and where do they fit in the overall understanding of our country’s history?
Christopher Mello was at times many things: an athlete, a son, a student — and a boxer.
Two of the planes used in the 9/11 attacks were hijacked from Boston’s Logan Airport. Now, people remember the victims at a memorial there.
The New England Conservatory’s Youth Philharmonic Orchestra will premiere “Illuminessence,” commissioned by the Vatican in the wake of Sept. 11.
The night before he died on 9/11, Fred Rimmele shared a romantic evening with his wife.
Just after the collapse of the twin towers, FEMA put out the call to its national network of volunteer search-and-rescue teams.
Judy Larocque loved to spend time at Lake Cochituate in Natick. Her family still feels a connection to here there.
Before she died on Sept. 11, 2001, Amy Toyen took the Newton Corner express every day with her fiance.
Jeff Coombs died on Sept. 11, 2001, a passenger on American Airlines Flight 11. Now, his family has a special place they go to remember him.
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