CHS History | Sanders HQ on Hill, anti-semitic graffiti, Fed/Rep murder

In 2011, 37-year-old Zachary Lewis was found murdered in the empty parcels at the intersection of Federal and Republican slated to be turned into a city park (Image: CHS)

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

2017

 

‘LOVE WINS’ — Neighbor’s quick work covers anti-semitic graffiti targeting Temple De Hirsch Sinai — UPDATE: Suspicious package

After a 21-month road diet, first phase of 23rd Ave work complete


2016

 

Sanders campaign chooses Capitol Hill for temporary Seattle HQ

City People’s prepares for end-of-2016 closure to make way for Madison Valley development

Broadway tangled after car slams into Metro bus

2015

 

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

Station 7 boutique to join 15th Ave E in former home of Capitol Hill’s ‘last video shop’

2014

 

Man dead in E Madison tower fall identified

Capitol Hill dealership named top place to buy your next Ferrari… in the world

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

2013

 

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

Last of its kind, Ferrari dealership making plans to invest in its space, not leave Capitol Hill

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

Heroin alert issued after ‘rapid rise’ in overdoses including at least one death on Hill

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

Quiet Capitol Hill community group speaking up in 520 debate

2009

 

Scooter targeted by overly aggressive passive aggressive note

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

Demolition begins on Broadway

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