Special ceremony held for first responders in Weslaco
Saturday marks 20 years since hijacked planes killed nearly 3,000 people in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington – many of whom were first responders.
On Friday, a special remembrance ceremony was held in Weslaco.
Firefighters raised the American flag above the Valley Baptist Micro Hospital off of Frontage Road.
More than 340 firefighters died on September 11, and more than 200 others have died of 9/11-related illnesses since then.
Raymondville church in need of repairs from hurricane damage
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Behind the McAllen Holiday Parade security operations
Weslaco man arrested in connection with theft of Christmas decorations
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