Local News
Eyewitness Sports
Medical Coverage
Call For Action
More Details
What's On WPRI
What's On Fox
2 Minute Test Drive
Experts Online
Online Store
Chopper 12
Station Info

MARKETPLACE:  Auto | Jobs | People Search | Personals | Travel | Yellow Pages  November 5, 2004
Education | House & Home | Money | Pets | Recipes | Relationships | What's Next | More Topics...
Club Fire Tragedy: One Year Later
Governor Carcieri: Rhode Island changed forever
Email to a Friend Printer Friendly Version  

(Cranston-AP) -- Governor Carcieri says the deadly fire at The Station changed Rhode Island forever.

At a ceremony to mark the fire's anniversary, Carcieri said the fire brought great sorrow and heartache to Rhode Island.

He says (quote) "compassion, caring and empathy were, and still are, the hallmarks of this time."

He says the state prayed together, suffered together and worked together as neighbors.

He says he hopes those affected by the fire will find peace in the strength of a united community and the spirit of renewal.

He spoke directly to the survivors -- saying (quote) "you survived for a reason, find it."

Local News
Real Estate speculators could be looking to take your home and there's nothing you can do about it
House Democrats caucus, show support for Murphy's leadership
Autopsy finds slain child died of brain injuries, skeletal fracture
Man faces federal firearms, drug charges
AG: Cranston firefighter's threat against Laffey not a felony
Latest GTECH design adds a 13-story glass tower
Blue Cross Lawyers argue over why they should have the state contract for health insurance
Bidding on Babe Ruth contract reaches $1 million
Residents displaced by mercury spill losing patience
Petition Circulation to Ban Police Weapon
National News  more» 
New Congress moves toward diversity
Nasal spray users suing over alleged loss of smell
Syrupy mess closes western New York road
Two men held in south-central Wisconsin rampage that included murders, kidnapping
No verdict yet in Peterson case
60th anniversary for Airmen
Four die in Michigan lake
Texas Board of Education to vote on changing textbooks to define marriage
California pilot critically injured in small plane crash
Daunting task ahead for minority Democrats

Turkey Day Feast
Plan your menu with the help of your community members' favorite recipes.
Living With Diabetes
Part of living with Diabetes is managing it properly. A free Diabetes Health Organizer can help.
Send questions and comments about this website to the .
All content © Copyright 2004 WorldNow, WPRI, WNAC and Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.