This has been a serious week for anniversaries of horrific events. We've just come out of the commemoration of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.
Tuesday marks the third year since the crash between a Ventura-bound Metrolink commuter train and a Union Pacific freight in Chatsworth that killed 25 people and injured more than 100 others. An engineer who was texting on his cellphone ran a red warning light, investigators said.
A memorial ceremony was held one year after the crash and a memorial plaque placed in the hills overlooking the accident site.
There has been extensive coverage of Metrolink news and the heroism of the first responders in the Neighborhood Council's Chatsworth Roundup newsletter, and since it's launch nearly a year ago, Chatsworth Patch.
To see the stories, click on the headlines below, and click through the gallery of photographs.
THE CHATSWORTH ROUNDUP
- Neighborhood Council Aids Police, Firemen
- LOCAL HEROES
- Chatsworth Teens Plan Metrolink Memorial Friday
- Hundreds Join Vigil at Depot
- Having Trouble Dealing With Metrolink Trauma?
- Zev 'Haunted' by Chatsworth
- Free Picnic Honors Our Community
- Metrolink Memorial