Kyle Navin Appears On Murder Charges; Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree From Gardiner NY; Free Gov’t-Backed Retirement Plan; Seattle’s Gum Wall
Things you need to know on November 4.
Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.
- Bail remains set at over $2 million dollars for the Bridgeport man accused of killing his parents, Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin. Kyle Navin made a brief appearance in Bridgeport Superior Court, and is due back in court Nov. 24.
- Here comes Christmas! A 78-foot-tall Norway Spruce on the property of a couple from Gardiner New York is this year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. The tree will be hoisted into place at Rockefeller Center on Friday, with the annual tree lighting ceremony set for Dec. 2. Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
- A new government-backed retirement savings program starts today. The free, low-risk financial account is called MyRA. It's designed for lower- and middle-income Americans who don't have access to a 401(k) plan at work. Info at MyRA
- Can you say YUCK? For the first time in twenty years Seattle's infamous Gum Wall is getting a scrub. People started sticking their chewed gum to the wall in the early 1990s, and there's now an estimated one-million pieces hanging from it. Want to see it? Click on Seattle Times
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