9/11 services held across southwestern Conn.

NORWALK - Towns across southwestern Connecticut are remembering residents lost in the Sept. 11 attack eight years ago.Six people from Weston were among the nearly 3,000 people that were killed. A moment of silence was observed at a service Friday morning at Town Hall. Roses were also laid on a memorial bench with the names of the Weston residents that died.At a memorial service in Norwalk, Mayor Dick Moccia read the names of the 14 Norwalk residents who were killed in the attacks.A wreath-laying ceremony also took place at Middlesex Middle School in Darien.

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