On November 10, 1885, the first electric streetcar in New Haven, Connecticut began operations. The streetcar ran from Whitney Avenue at Trumbull to Yale's Sheffield Scientific School.
On November 10, 1953, the Hartford Civic Center was opened to the public. The Civic Center was a major venue for sports and entertainment events in Hartford until it was closed in 2019.
On November 10, 1975, the town of Guilford, Connecticut celebrated its 350th anniversary. The town was founded in 1639 and is known for its beautiful homes, historic sites, and scenic coastline.
On November 10, 1992, Connecticut native and basketball legend, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, made his NBA comeback with the Los Angeles Lakers. Johnson had been diagnosed with HIV in 1991 and temporarily retired from basketball.
On November 10, 2003, the New Haven Free Public Library was reopened after a $28 million renovation project. The library is located in the heart of downtown New Haven and offers a variety of resources and services to the community.
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