Sheffield was tarnished by the 1989 disaster that claimed the lives of 96 innocent football fans.
And today's inquest verdicts will point the finger at South Yorkshire police, Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield Council in particular.
Businessman Trevor Hicks, a Liverpool fan who lost two daughters in the tragedy, has been an outspoken critic for 27 years.
But he is the first to acknowledge the care and compassion shown by a lot of Sheffield people on that day.
Here on this video, he tells us his views on the Sheffielders who rallied to help.