The 10th anniversary of Sept. 11 and the fall of the World Trade Center will be one of the biggest news events of the year.
We know you're interested in this, and we want to provide you with as much information and interesting features as we can find.
Here's our running list of interesting links from around the Web. We'll update it throughout the weekend as we find more.
If you find any articles, web pages or features you think we should include, email Editor Michelle Simakis at Michelle.Simakis@patch.com.
WAYS TO REMEMBER
- National September 11 Memorial & Museum: Check out the stunning memorial that will be opening at the footprint of Ground Zero on Sunday.
- Action America: Learn how you can remember the victims of 9/11 in the best way possible: By giving back.
- Flight 93 National Memorial: Check out the in-progress memorial commemorating the victims (and heroes) of United Flight 93.
- The Reckoning: This New York Times special report is perhaps the best place to go if you want to learn about 9/11 and how it has affected the world over the last decade.
- 9/11: The Day of the Attacks: The Atlantic Monthly has a gallery of photos from Sept. 11.
- Inside 9/11: From National Geographic, a series featuring tons of information about the attacks, including a timeline
- Share Your Thoughts with 9/11 Victims Families: The New York Times has a place where you can express you thoughts to the families of the victims.
- The Age of 9/11: An interactive feature from The Washington Post.
- A touching story from North Canton Patch about parents who lost their son on Sept. 11.
- Getting Here From There: "In the years since 2001, neither our worst fears nor our highest hopes have been realized. But what passes for normal has exacted a price." From The New York Times.
- Old Glory Will Shine Over 9/11 Memorial & Museum Thanks to Mentor Manufacturer: A Mentor company built the floodlight that will shine on the American Flag flying over the memorial. Story from Mentor Patch.
- 9/11: Day of National Tragedy, Personal Loss for Beachwood Woman: This sad story recounts a Beachwood woman trying to get to New York to visit her dying father. From Beachwood Patch.
- Twinsburg resident Michael Millet spent 10 days counseling rescue workers in the aftermath of 9/11. From Twinsburg Patch.