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News stories tagged with "september-11th"

For all those who lived through the nightmare of 9/11, horrific images are refreshed.

Cuomo steps up security precautions in wake of Bin Laden's death

Governor Andrew Cuomo says there is heightened security at "critical infrastructure" in New York City and New York State, following the capture and death of Osama bin Laden. In Albany, Karen DeWitt has the details:  Go to full article

Potsdam Muslim Leader Reflects on 9/11 Aftermath

Martha Foley talks with a spokesman for the local Muslim community in Potsdam. Thoughts from Abul Khondker one year after the terrorist attacks.  Go to full article

Day of Remembrance: A Visit to Albany's Farmers' Market

Yesterday, during a day of remembrance, many people tried to go about their lives as normally as possible, but the atmosphere at many workplaces was somber. Even at the Farmer' Market held at the Empire State plaza in Albany, the harvest of fresh fruits and vegetables was not enough to cheer people up. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

9/11 Helps Pataki?

As the anniversary of September 11th approaches, Governor Pataki is immersed in events commemorating the tragic day. The governor is also running for reelection. The scheduled events are not meant to be overtly political. Nevertheless, Pataki has seen his popularity increase because of his conduct after 9/11. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Stitching a Human Flag

Students at SUNY-Plattsburgh are asking the public for their help in making a Human Flag of Remembrance. Martha Foley reports.  Go to full article

Cross Border Commerce Since 9/11

A year after last September's terror attacks, the world's longest undefended border has become a much tighter frontier. Bob Keyes of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Ottawa says ever since terrorists took down the World Trade Center, the 49th parallel has become more difficult to cross, especially for Canadian businesses trying to peddle goods in the U-S. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article
Lewis Hine's famous photograph of Mohawk Ironworkers in NYC.
Lewis Hine's famous photograph of Mohawk Ironworkers in NYC.

Honoring Mohawk "Skywalkers"

A special ceremony will pay tribute to Akwesasne residents who helped build--and clean up--the World Trade Center in New York City. The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe will honor the tradition of Mohawk ironworkers this weekend with concerts and celebrations. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Twin Tower Steel at Clarkson

A piece of history from September 11th is on display at Clarkson University in Potsdam. Sections of two steel beams from the 55th floor of the World Trade Center will become a part of a permanent memorial at Clarkson. David Sommerstein spoke with the Clarkson alum who sent the steel from Ground Zero.  Go to full article

Art Auction to Benefit NYC Artists

SUNY-Plattsburgh art students are teaming up to help some New York City artists who lost their studios in the World Trade Center on September 11th. The artists lost their life's work, equipment and materials. As Jody Tosti reports, SUNY-Plattsburgh students and faculty are hosting a silent auction to benefit their fellow artists.  Go to full article

Emergency Preparedness Since 9/11

Much has changed since September 11th in the way local law enforcement agencies look at how they would face disaster in their communities. Many municipalities have updated or revised their emergency plans. New York's Senate Task Force on State and Local Emergency Preparedness held the first in a series of meetings in Albany last week. Jody Tosti reports North Country participants need more emergency personnel and better communication.  Go to full article

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