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Retro News Wednesday Just For You

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

1) President John F. Kennedy’s 51st News Conference, March 6, 1963

2) Ronald Reagan – Rich Should Pay Taxes

3) 100 Years Ago Today – March 20, 1913

4) Air Crash Investigation: Swissair Flight 111 ‘Fire In The Cockpit’

5) Dead Baby Comes Back To Life

6) Woman’s Skin Turns Silver For 60 Years – Rosemary Jacobs

7) Walking dead: Girl comes home after she was buried

8) 4 Yr Old Has The Same IQ As Einstein, Bill Gates & Stephen Hawking

9) IQ Test: 10 Questions

10) Lee Harvey Oswald Assassinated By Jack Ruby 50 Years Ago Today On November 24th 1963


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Retro News Wednesday Just For You

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

1) Holiday Inn, starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire (1942)

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2) Olympic Bombing 1996, Richard Jewel, The Wrong Man

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3) Biosphere 2: An American Space Odyssey

4) Retro Indy: Biographer Ray Boomhower shares his fascinating figures in local history

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5) 21 old-fashioned fruit punch recipes (1969)

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6) The Shadow of the Thalidomide Tragedy

7) St Paul’s street trolley: The Auto of the People (1904)

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8) The American girl – fashion’s latest model (1915)

9) Terri Schiavo Documentary: The Case’s Enduring Legacy

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10) The Battle for School Busing

11. Photos: See retro New York in all its black-and-white glory

12. Retro album makeovers for modern musicians from Miley to Drake

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Shanna Shaw fired after being involved in crash with cellphone in hand


8 injured when MBTA bus crashes through Newton guardrail


11 passengers reported injured


Victim identified as Rutland resident Nancy Woods

NORTH BROOKFIELD, Mass. — A bus driver helping her lone passenger disembark from the vehicle was killed when the vehicle started to move.

Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. said Nancy Woods, 46, of Rutland, stopped her bus near Chestnut and Maple streets around 3 p.m. and was helping her passenger get off of the back of the bus when it started to move forward.

Witnesses said Woods ran around to the driver’s side door and reached inside, but the bus hit her and continued to roll down Chestnut Street.

The bus, which was described as the size of a large van, continued to roll until it hit a garage on Maple Street.

The passenger remained in the van and suffered minor injuries.

The investigation is continuing.

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