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Remembering the heroes of Sept. 11

In a brief but well-attended service, the Reeves Park community marked the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack tonight.

Riverhead community remembers the fallen heroes of Sept. 11

The Reeves Park community, which lost two residents, both NYC firefighters who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, hosted its 10th annual candlelight walk and remembrance service last night.

Hope and the next generation: 17 years after the day of terror, life goes on

“This is what it’s all about: the next generation and hope for the future.” - Bob Kelly, who lost his brother and fellow NYC firefighter, Thomas in the World Trade Center attack, with his one-year-old grandson at a remembrance service at Sept. 11 Memorial Park.

Healing and hope 16 years after America’s day of terror

“It’s always an emotional day, always very tough," said Bob Kelly of Reeves Park, retired NYC firefighter whose younger brother, also a city firefighter, was killed in the collapse of the South Tower.

This one’s personal: Reeves Park gathers for annual Sept. 11 memorial ceremony

The Riverhead community of Reeves Park, which lost two firefighter residents in the 2001 World Trade Center attack, gathered for its annual memorial ceremony last night. Photos.

Fifteen years after 9/11, Reeves Park residents remember local firefighters who died in World Trade Center attacks

Fifteen years ago, two local firefighters answered one of the worst calls in our nation's history: The World Trade Center had been struck by...

In memory of Sept. 11, annual candlelight walk will be held in Reeves Park

Reeves Park will hold its annual Candlelight Memorial Walk in honor of those who lost their lives on September 11.