Good News in History, May 27 – Good News Network

Good News in History, May 27 – Good News Network

90 years ago today, the Chrysler Building opened to the public in New York City. Constructed by Walter Chrysler, founder of the automotive company, the Art Deco skyscraper served as the corporation’s headquarters and lifted up the languishing East Side of Manhattan from 1930 until the 1950s. With its silver … Read more

Good News on This Day in History – May 15

Good News on This Day in History – May 15

115 years ago today, Las Vegas was officially founded as a city, when 110 acres was auctioned to ready buyers, and later became downtown. With the revenue coming down both railways that intersected there, the area of Las Vegas was quickly growing. At that time, several parts of the valley … Read more

Good News on this Day in History – May 14

Good News on this Day in History – May 14

150 years ago today, the first competitive game of rugby in New Zealand was played in the City of Nelson between Nelson College and the new Nelson Rugby Football Club. It was a Nelson College old boy, Charles Monro, who was instrumental in introducing the game his fellow Kiwis, and … Read more