CHS History | Tully’s tough times, 13th Ave murder, Woo! Girls

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

2017

 

More tough times for Tully’s: 19th/Aloha cafe to close


Rule #1: No ugly buildings — Capitol Hill design guidelines up for review

Plan would turn Seattle Central property at Broadway and Pine into homeless youth facility, housing

2016

 

Seattle students plan citywide anti-Trump walkout Monday — UPDATE: Destination Cal Anderson

Police search for vehicle after 13th Ave shooting

CHS Pics | Cal Anderson at center of Seattle anti-Trump protests

2015

 

Charlie’s to ‘reopen’ on Broadway

Capitol Hill food+drink | Black Bottle crew opening new joint on 15th Ave E

2014

 

On the streets of the Capitol Hill Arts District, ‘contemporary artists’ and the Woo! Girl creator

Red Light Vintage, Aprie leaving Broadway

2013

 

Car vs. pedestrian incident that reportedly began across I-5 ends on Capitol Hill — UPDATE

A row house mini-explosion in Capitol Hill helping to transform single-family home blocks

Sawant-Conlin race nears moves through recount territory

2012

 

Capitol Hill comedian and business owner found dead at his 12th Ave cafe

CHS Pics | Snowy owl makes visit to 11th Ave, has dinner — UPDATE: Rescue

2011

 

Fire burns Capitol Hill’s Galerias in smoky Broadway blaze

Occupy Capitol Hill | SCCC has state lawyers looking at how to boot Occupy Seattle

2010

 

Secret Service: Credit card fraud wave tied to ‘one Capitol Hill restaurant’

2009

 

2013: ‘Expedited’ streetcar schedule approved

War Room to close unless it finds a buyer – UPDATE

2008

 

Saturday Prop 8 protest starts in Volunteer Park

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