CHS History | Hill’s first pot shop, Bait Shop birth, and the dangerous light poles of 2010

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

2016

 

Seattle City Hall presses pause on Broadway streetcar extension


Blotter | 10th Ave E gunpoint robbery, shootout at 23rd/Union

Clever Cook Weaver: Now hosting nightly Capitol Hill ‘dinner party’

2015

 

Odd Fellows developer gets jail time in ‘cockamamie scheme’ to poison trees

Ruckus ‘defiantly’ opens as Capitol Hill’s first pot shop

Central District artist-teacher killed in Belltown shooting Sunday

2014

 

Bowman found guilty in murder of Yancy Noll

Lifelong Thrift will replace Red Light on Broadway

Canadian-born Suika izakaya arrives on Capitol Hill

SPD, DOJ announce indictments from arrests made during Pike/Pine crackdown

2013

 

Capitol Hill light rail update: ‘Extraordinarily lucky’ thus far, construction moves on to Broadway’s ‘pedestrian concourse’

A 14th Ave ‘lost dog’ poster story with a double happy ending

Capitol Hill food+drink | Chef duo behind Joule, Revel find place on E Pike

2012

 

The secret Capitol Hill marijuana bakery

Capitol Hill food+drink | First look inside Bait Shop, El Portal closing

2011

 

Capitol Hill’s B&O Espresso surrenders as E Olive Way development goes forward

Occupy Capitol Hill | The tents are gone — UPDATE

2010

 

City finds three more dangerous light poles — 1 on Capitol Hill, 1 on First Hill, 1 in CD

2009

 

Streetcar route maps released with community meeting a day away

With redevelopment project looming, Cafe Septieme to shut down at end of month

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