NANTICOKE — Douglas Fawbush offered the raw numbers: 343 firefighters, 60 police officers, eight paramedics, more than 3,000 civilians.
The director of campus safety at Luzerne County Community College opened Wednesday’s Sept. 11 remembrance service with the bleak losses of that black day.
The Rev. James Nash spoke the unwelcome truth exposed by the stunning attacks on American soil 18 years ago: It showed “what unchecked hatred is capable of doing.”
Nash, the pastor of St. Faustina Parish in Nanticoke also offered an antidote. “We can’t change the world, Lord,