CHS History | Pike/Pine ‘speakeasy’ drug bust, Capitol Cider debuts, Canterbury reborn


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

2018

 

Video shows reported racial harassment at Capitol Hill QFC

Here’s why there are no Pride banners on Broadway


Capitol Hill’s Honeyhole loses round in trademark battle over name

2017

 

Group denied in bid to halt Seattle Asian Art Museum expansion in Volunteer Park

2016

 

Vigil in Cal Anderson after worst mass shooting in U.S. history at Orlando gay club

As ridership booms, economic impact of light rail on Capitol Hill a guessing game

2015

 

12th and 19th Ave apartment buildings hit in rental discrimination stings

After more than 20 years on E Pike, Edge of the Circle loses lease

2014

 

First look: The Canterbury Ale House raises its gate on 15th Ave E

City expects Broadway Streetcar extension by 2017, terminus still TBD

2013

 

Capitol Cider ready for picking on E Pike

2012

 

Sometimes a big surprise, ‘micro-housing’ trend rolls on in Capitol Hill

No damage as pie shop hero jumps into runaway truck rolling through 12th/Madison intersection

2011

 

The Good Samaritan Scammer visits Capitol Hill

Space Needle: Raise $50k for four local charities and the Pride flag will fly

Capitol Hill no longer ‘viable,’ Sonic Boom leaving Melrose Market

2010

 

Mystery plaque found in Volunteer Park: Can you help find its home?

War of words brewing around north Broadway Bank of America site

2009

 

Police raid on E. Pike: Gambling bust? – UPDATE

Court document reveals details in Pike speakeasy drug case

 

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