Former Governor Don Carcieri was only six weeks into his administration when the tragic fire happened.
After that tragic night, Cara and Mike Kazmarzyk found strength in one another and helping to make the permanent memorial come to life.
After years of planning, fundraising and construction, a permanent memorial to the victims is now open to the public.
Gina Russo, a survivor of the fire and a driving force behind the memorial, joins Eyewitness News for a live interview.
It will be only the third time Fr. Robert Marciano has been back to the site since that tragic night in 2003.
The park to honor the 100 victims of the fire will open to the public in a ceremony on Sunday.
One hundred people tragically lost their lives on the night of Feb. 20, 2003.
The town of West Warwick is shutting down streets this weekend for the dedication of the Station Nightclub Fire memorial park.
The project, initially held up by lawsuits and construction delays, is a long time coming. Here’s how the struggle to make the memorial a re…
Sunday’s ceremony will include speeches and songs, as well as a reading of all of the victims’ names.
As Rhode Island’s EMA director, Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio was one of the first responders on that tragic night.
Survivors and friends gathered on Monday to mark 14 years since the tragedy.
The memorial park will feature granite monuments engraved with the names of each of the 100 victims.
The memorial park will include individual granite monuments with each victim’s name and date of birth.
The February 2003 fire killed 100 people, including Michael Ricardi’s best friend, Jim Gahan.
An Associated Press reporter went to the site of the 2003 fire at The Station in West Warwick on Thursday and discovered a Pokestop that was…
The Pokestop isn’t the only thing that has families upset.
Memorial organizers say they’re about $400,000 short of their $2 million goal for the project.
Dave Kane, whose son Nicholas was the youngest victim of the fire, joined Eyewitness News This Morning to talk more about an event happening…
Jack Russell, lead vocalist of Great White, claims the documentary will be his way of apologizing to victims and their families.
“My son didn’t pass so that people could continue to lose their lives,” said Dave Kane.
Similarly, the Friday blaze at the Colectiv nightclub in Bucharest was sparked by pyrotechnics that were part of a heavy metal band’s perfor…
The Station Fire Memorial Foundation received a significant boost Monday for their campaign to build a permanent memorial on the site where …
The 12th annual remembrance service was held on Sunday for the 100 people who lost their lives in the Station Nightclub fire on February 20,…
The blaze on Feb. 20, 2003 left 100 people dead when pyrotechnics for the band Great White set fire to insulating foam on the walls througho…