From The Blade
Now, something to look forward to on Monday mornings. Each week, Monday Memories will feature a classic photo gleaned from The Blade’s archives. Our goal is to make you laugh, make you think, jog your memory, or to share a piece of history.
Let’s kick things off with a look at winters past. As spring edges ever closer, we have snow, biting cold, and potholes — many potholes — stuck in our heads. But turning back the clock to March of 1978, we discover potholes are definitely not a new phenomenon. In 1978 potholes were so problematic, some clever youngsters came up with a type of lost-and-found for hubcaps that had apparently come off vehicles after they hit one of these bumps in the road.