Westchester residents remember victims of 9/11 in different ways

Victims and heroes of 9/11 were honored in different ways throughout Westchester.

On the two-year anniversary of the worst terror attacks in American history, towns held special ceremonies, people visited memorials and groups participated in vigils.

And while everyone commemorated the day in a special, unique way, there was the common theme of remembering and trying to move forward.

Click here to view more on a new September 11th memorial in Hartsdale.

Click here to view more on a day of prayer and reflection at a Catholic monastery.

Click here to view how residents are honoring those who died by doing good deeds.

Click here to view more on a ceremony in Eastchester where a 9/11 Memorial Clock was dedicated.

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