Coming Sunday, The Times remembers Sept. 11, 2001, with a multitude of stories, pictures and multimedia.
• Ten years after the terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people, is the nation safer? Is our community safer? The Times analyzes how security has changed in reaction to 9/11. Plus, how is our mentality different in a world always preparing for the worst?
• A generation of young people don't remember that day, and our teachers are tasked with imprinting its significance on those students. How do you teach such a poignant memory and critical turning point in our country?
• James Kosior of Flowery Branch was a New Yorker when planes crashed into the World Trade Center. He captured the entire event, including his raw reactions, on film. See portions of the film at gainesvilletimes.com.
• The country united following the attacks, but today, we seem more divided than ever. What role does 9/11 play in our country's politics?
• Online, watch as local residents recall their memories of 9/11, and view a slide show of front page papers from the time.