CHS History | 2012 snow, Harvard Ave homicide, Kingfish Cafe closure, $15/hour blowback

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

2018

 

Capitol Hill landmark-protected Galbraith House readied for demolition

Man charged with attempted murder in Broadway apartment stabbing attack on boyfriend

2017

 

Clever Dunne’s, Capitol Hill’s ‘Irish House,’ to close at end of month


Mayor kills Seattle’s public bike share

2016

 

‘Gentrification stops here’ — MLK march ‘splinter’ group targets Central District pot shop

The great Seattle transit spring of 2016

2015

 

Capitol Hill’s legendary Kingfish Cafe to close

2014

 

Broadway biz owners send message on $15 minimum wage: Don’t do it — UPDATE

Heated forum on lowering building heights draws 200+ to Capitol Hill’s Lowell Elementary

2013

 

Capitol Hill Housing to create affordable apartment building at 23rd/Union

Callahan’s Auto shutters as Seattle earthquake readiness mandates loom for Capitol Hill buildings

2012

 

First 2012 #seasnow open thread — sweet anticipation

Police searching for suspect after shooting leaves man dead on Harvard Ave

2011

 

Construction not underway yet but prep work for First Hill streetcar route begins

The Big Crane arrives on Broadway: 250-foot arm will be part of skyline for years

2010

 

Metro considers cutting electric trolley buses, city wants your opinion

Marjorie restaurant coming to the Chloe on E. Union

2009

 

The Costco Hippie of Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill, your cupcakes are coming



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