TO­DAY IN HIS­TORY

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - KICKOFF -

TO­DAY’S HIGH­LIGHT

Nov. 27, 1978

San Fran­cisco Mayor George Moscone and City Su­per­vi­sor Har­vey Milk, a gay-rights ac­tivist, were shot to death in­side City Hall by for­mer su­per­vi­sor Dan White. (White served five years for man­slaugh­ter; he com­mit­ted sui­cide in Oct. 1985.) ALSO ON THIS DATE

1910

New York’s Penn­syl­va­nia Sta­tion of­fi­cially opened.

1924

Macy’s first Thanks­giv­ing Day pa­rade — billed as a “Christ­mas Pa­rade” — took place in New York.

1962

The first Boe­ing 727 was rolled out at the com­pany’s Ren­ton Plant.

1989

A bomb blamed on drug traf­fick­ers de­stroyed a Colom­bian Avianca Boe­ing 727, killing all 107 peo­ple on board and three peo­ple on the ground.

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