CHS History | Capitol Hill eastern cottontails, Cal Anderson Pokestop, Richmark Label building mural

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

2018

 

Pikes/Pines | The great Capitol Hill eastern cottontail mystery of twenty eighteen

For first time in forever, developer planning a new Capitol Hill condo building


Plenty of Clouds settles in at 15th and Pine

2017

 

Ollie Quinn bringing Canadian eyewear fashion to the Pike/Pine ‘neighbourhood’

The mayor of Capitol Hill 2017: Jenny Durkan Q&A

2016

 

Police search for information after wave of Central District anti-black attack reports

Why Cal Anderson is Capitol Hill’s greatest Pokestop

2015

 

Four-story near Seattle U, four-story near Broadway Hill, four-story… everywhere

Massive ‘Read up, Hands down’ mural rises at 12th/Pine’s Richmark Label building

2014

 

Russian hacker captured in 2010 Broadway Grill data breach

Sidewalk signs hyping Capitol Hill apartments hit with Independence Day weekend blackout tagging protest

2013

 

Broadway getting new markings in preparation for streetcar, stations and bikeway

Capitol Hill food+drink | Sue set to neighbor Zoe in Oola complex

Filming begins around Capitol Hill as locals take play to silver screen

2012

 

Capitol Hill food+drink | 22 shuts doors? Also, Herbivoracious pop-up, Bourdain at Melrose Market

Capitol Hill sells out — Wave of new apartments reportedly moving quickly

Capitol Hill Market is ‘permanently closed’

2011

 

Adventure beneath your feet: What to watch for as Hill’s light rail tunneling begins

Capitol Hill food+drink: Regent Cafe & Bakery comes to 14th/Pine, Varro 4 $ale, Ba Bar’s 1st weekend

2010

 

Story behind Capitol Hill street corner fruit vendors might not be a happy one

Man detained after ‘suspicious item’ found in Volunteer Park

2009

 

Overnight police, helicopter pursuit: Woman attacked with knife in robbery – UPDATE

Bluebird Homemade Ice Cream and Tea Parlor Opens Today

 

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