Crosses and other items are being removed at the site of a 2003 Rhode Island nightclub fire that killed 100 people, as the group working to build a permanent memorial clears the land so work can begin.
The initial stages of work began Wednesday at the site of a permanent memorial to the 100 people who died in a 2003 nightclub fire, as a crew erected a fence around the perimeter of where The Station nightclub once stood.
Ten years later, the imprint of the fire remains in this tiny state of just over 1 million residents.
A special photo exhibit is on display in Pawtucket, Rhode Island this weekend in honor of the 100 people who died in the Station Nightclub fire.
A survivor of the Rhode Island nightclub fire has become the first hand transplant recipient at Mass General Hospital.
Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee and House Speaker Gordon Fox are looking into whether the state can seize the site of a 2003 nightclub fire where 100 people were killed.
Relatives of the 100 people killed in a Rhode Island nightclub fire have formally asked a town council to take the site so they can build a memorial there.