Whether you were directly touched by the events of Sept. 11, 2001, or were miles away from it, there was no escaping its lasting effects.
A decade later, people from all over the country have told their stories to Patch, and those stories have been collected in a fascinating mosaic meant to commemorate this day. See it now on Huffington Post.
And you, too, can share your story and photos of how 9/11 changed your life, or not. Below are links to our local stories. Feel free to leave comments, post your story or upload your pictures.
Stories of 9/11
Salisbury Family Copes With Loss A Decade After Sept. 11
What to Know About The National September Memorial & Museum
How did 9/11 Impact You? George DeVault, acting Fire Chief with Citizens' Fire Co.
How did 9/11 Impact You? David Faust, Emmaus Police Chief
9/11 Victim was DeSales Student...and So Much More
Macungie Police Chief Traveled to NYC to Help After the Twin Towers Attacks
'United 93' Documents the End of Innocence
Remembering 9/11, In Your Words: Ianza Torres
Nazareth Police Chief Was 9/11 First Responder
Upper Nazareth Resident Remembers Sight, Smell of Ground Zero
The Life of an Emergency Responder 10 Years After 9/11
Braden Airpark On Alert For Sept. 11
Retired NYPD Officer Recounts 9/11 and Aftermath
Where were you on 9/11? Jon Hammer remembers