Category Archives: 1993 World Trade Center Bombing

A Quarter Century Later, First WTC Attack Still Jarring for PA Leaders

By Steve Coleman, Media Relations Staff Twenty-five years after the first major terrorist attack at the World Trade Center site, the horrific memories of that snowy winter day are still vivid to Alan Reiss and Lillian Valenti. Reiss, employed as … Continue reading

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WTC: Alan Reiss and the Port Authority Children of 9/11

By Port Authority Staff Thousands listened as the bells tolled and the names of those lost on 9/11 were read aloud during the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.  Heroes and heroines, sung and unsung, tourists and natives spilled into … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month: PAPD Assistant Chief Norma Hardy on the road less traveled

By Mercedes Guzman, Media Relations, Police Blogger When PAPD Assistant Chief Norma Hardy of New Jersey Air Transportation began her trailblazing career more than two decades ago, she set out on a road less traveled by women to reach the … Continue reading

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