CHS History | Optimism birth, Volunteer Park coyote, bad news at Harvard Exit

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

2016

95 Slide throwing one last party Saturday bringing decades of nightlife at Harvard and Pike to close

‘Seattle Women March Against Hate’ Saturday across Capitol Hill — UPDATE

City People’s has plan to stay in Madison Valley through 2017


2015

Tech powered Optimism Brewing is the new king of beers on Capitol Hill

Redhook announces plans for a Capitol Hill brewpub inside Pike Motorworks

2014

Capitol Hill’s Harvard Exit Theatre to close

‘Anticapitalist’ marchers clash with police on Capitol Hill

2013

Police shoot and kill armed suspect in 23rd/John standoff

A visit to Capitol Hill, November 1851

2012

Plan for new Bakery Nouveau is ready for the oven on Capitol Hill

Officials trying to catch ill coyote spotted in Volunteer Park — UPDATE: Pictures

2011

Beware Madison — Map marks eight years of Capitol Hill road fatalities

The story behind the $800 Capitol Hill tow

2010

Pepper spray robbery at Steamworks bathhouse cleans ‘private men’s gym’ of cash

Something wicked this way comes: Grim’s set to open on 11th Ave

2009

WTO 10 years later: The battle for Capitol Hill

Man robbed of iPhone at gunpoint in Union Triangle — Also, man killed Friday ID’d as local rapper

New colors for Undrearms project: Third design review for 1111 E. Union on Wednesday

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