The group planning a memorial to 100 people killed in a 2003 nightclub fire expects it to open next year.
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.
Ten years later, the imprint of the fire remains in this tiny state of just over 1 million residents.
A Rhode Island man has pleaded guilty in Vermont federal court to selling mislabeled maple syrup after a couple questioned the product and had it tested.
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.