CHS History | Bakery Nouveau and Molly Moon’s Capitol Hill born, Broadway Grill RIP


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

2017

Central Co-op drops Capitol Hill Station bid over cost concerns


Metro launches new pilot with Microsoft shuttles sharing Capitol Hill bus stops

Convicted Broadway Grill hacker sentenced to 27 years

2016

 

Why did Ingrid Lyne’s killer choose the Central District?

Expanded list of seismically risky buildings could spur a new development wave on Capitol Hill

Woman dies in fall onto I-5

2015

One man dies, two other victims to hospital in drug overdose at Cal Anderson

Capitol Hill food+drink | Kukai Ramen — and its roasted bone broth — opens on E Pine

2014

More East Precinct gun violence as one shot near 26th/Columbia, another murdered south of Jackson — UPDATE

Maybe Capitol Hill’s affordable housing won’t be built on Capitol Hill

Pho favorite Than Brothers moving into new, slightly used home across the street on Broadway

2013

Capitol Hill food+drink | The Grill on Broadway to close ending 22-year run

Bakery Nouveau Capitol Hill opens where challenge became opportunity at 15th & John

2012

CHS Re:Take | Why Capitol Hill’s Bauhaus block matters

Capitol Hill food+drink | Derschang brings Tallulah’s to 19th Ave — Plus, Dining Out for Life

2011

More shattered glass: Broadway Chase bank suffers most significant damage yet — UPDATE

First look: Marination Station says ‘Aloha, Capitol Hill!’

2010

Bring me Capitol Hill’s finest meats and cheeses

2009

East Pine Street’s big day: ice cream, hippies, you

Pike and Pine street improvements to include new bike lanes, sidewalk, bus bulbs

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