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Feb 28, 2003

The discovery that seven elderly New Yorkers died from the West Nile virus last summer has sparked one of the most intense public health campaigns in the city's history. The

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Looking To History

Feb 28, 2003

Eighteen days after the attack on the World Trade Center, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani appeared on Saturday Night Live. Flanked by his police and fire commissioners, and surrounded by a group

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Commemorating the Second Anniversary of 9/11

Feb 28, 2003

City officials have announced their plans for the second anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks, including bringing back the "Tribute in Light," the twin beams that marked the forms

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Monica's Mission: Five Ideas for the Memorial

Feb 28, 2003

I founded September's Mission less than a month after the horrific events of Sept. 11, 2001. Our mission is to support the development of a memorial park on the former

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The Ground Zero Planner: Preliminary Results

Feb 28, 2003

The results of the Ground Zero Planner are not in, at least not completely. But out of the 237 submissions so far from our readers, there are two results that

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