CHS History | Sanders HQ on Capitol Hill, 10th/Republican murder, light rail demolition

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Here are the top stories from this week in CHS history:

2016

 

Sanders campaign chooses Capitol Hill for temporary Seattle HQ

Broadway tangled after car slams into Metro bus

2015

 

Exploring a pedestrian-only Pike/Pine block gets boost from city grant

Light rail plans call for Capitol Hill Station to open in March… 2016

First Hill Streetcar vehicle testing to begin

2014

 

Capitol Hill baristas pour over what it takes to join their ranks

Capitol Hill’s most racially diverse blocks — and where it pales in comparison to the CD

Rider hit by car as she tried to use Broadway bikeway speaks up on safety issues

2013

 

Capitol Hill food+drink | Chuck’s Hop Shop CD to bring 1,000 beers, 50 taps to E Union

Sorting out what happened at The Social

2012

 

SPD’s fake store puts dent in Seattle’s stolen goods market — Missing a bike? Take a look

Sound Transit says first tunnel boring machine from Montlake to arrive this month

2011

 

Man found murdered in Federal/Republican empty lot identified — UPDATE

Online Coffee Company logs off, closing Capitol Hill and downtown locations

2010

 

Trouble at the Melrose Project? Letter says cornerstone restaurant kicked out – UPDATE

2009

 

Capitol Hill test could lead to ‘green’ streetlights across Seattle

Demolition begins on Broadway

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