There will be a public memorial ceremony to mark the anniversary of the September 11th attacks.
Next week will mark 17 years since the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center. With that in mind, Connecticut is coming together to remember the victims.
July 6, 2019, marks 75 years since one of Connecticut’s darkest days; The Hartford circus fire of 1944.
A memorial ceremony for all fallen law enforcement officers in Connecticut was held on Thursday morning.
We are approaching the anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks .
Several memorials and ceremonies are being held across the state to honor the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Cities are towns across Connecticut are marking 15 years since the deadliest attack on American soil.
As their names were read aloud, their memories from 15 years ago came back crystal clear.
As “Taps” rang through the crowd dressed in red, white, and blue at Bradley Point Park, Army veteran George McKeon was thinking about his military buddies no longer with us and what they sacrificed for Americans to live in the land of the free.
The rain moved some of the Memorial Day ceremonies inside on Monday, but some people did brave the weather to honor our nation’s bravest.