HILLSBOROUGH: Ceremonies to salute 9/11 sacrifices 

Hillsborough will again remember those who gave their lives in rescue attempts at the site of the World Trade Center terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Two township fire companies will hold remembrance services tomorrow (Friday). Both will feature the reading of the names of the fallen police, medical and firefighting emergency responders.
Emergency responders in dress uniforms will stand in formation, with appropriate music, tolling of bells and gun salutes.
Organizers of both services have said in the past they are dedicated to keeping alive the memory and heroism of those who rushed without reservation to help innocent victims.
Woods Road firehouse will host a service at the firehouse at 7 p.m. The names of the emergency responders killed on 9/11 will be read. Following the ceremony there will be light refreshments for everyone.
The ceremony at Volunteer Company Number 2’s firehouse on Route 206 will start at 9:45 a.m. and run until about 10:15.
Members of the Somerset County Board of Freeholders will place a wreath at the county’s 9/11 memorial at the corner of Main and Bridge streets in Somerville. The names of the 39 county residents killed in the attacks will be read. The public is welcome to attend.
The ceremony will begin at 8:46 a.m., the time when the first plane crashed into the World Trade Center 14 years ago, with a brief tolling of the bell at the top of the nearby historic courthouse. The Somerset County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard will present the colors. State Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman and county Surrogate Frank Bruno also will participate in the ceremony.
The placement of the wreath will be followed by a moment of silence. The Somerset County Police Pipes & Drums will perform “Amazing Grace” and a second brief bell-tolling will conclude the ceremony.