Trenton museum honoring Sept. 11 tells NJ story

TRENTON - The Sept. 11 exhibit at the New Jersey State Museum is debuting new items and artifacts that tell the Sept. 11 story from a uniquely New Jersey perspective.

The museum's curator says emotions still run deep because Sept. 11 is a New Jersey story as much as it is a New York story.

The museum will keep the full Sept. 11 exhibit open for another year. Some of the pieces will then stay in the museum's permanent collection.

More than 700 people from New Jersey were killed during the attacks of Sept. 11.

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