CHS History | Redhook Capitol Hill born, Pine/Melrose shooting death, Joel’s Law


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

2018

 

Rental study finds challenging times for Seattle renters *and* landlords — and confirms what you probably already assumed about Capitol Hill’s new, larger buildings: They charge more


Police: Two injured in 22nd/Pine shooting — UPDATE

2017

 

Modern Steep, born Remedy Teas, to close after decade on 15th Ave E

First look inside Redhook’s Capitol Hill Brewlab

2016

 

Capitol Hill food+drink | Big in B.C., Meat and Bread closing on Capitol Hill

LGBTQ business owners lament Capitol Hill’s eroding gayborhood in meeting with Sen. Murray

2015

 

Police investigating after man shot in gunfight outside club at Pine/Melrose — UPDATE: Homicide

How the greenest office building on Capitol Hill (and beyond) is handling Seattle’s hottest summer

2014

 

Von Trapp’s becomes Rhein Haus following name dispute

Black Coffee anarchist co-op says it’s leaving Capitol Hill

Developers vying to build Capitol Hill Station housing+retail say properties are overvalued

2013

 

Joel Reuter’s family pushes for change in mental illness laws

UPDATE: Suspect shot by SPD dies after he shot Metro operator downtown on First Hill-Central District bus line

2012

 

Capitol Hill food+drink | Autopro mystery, 10th Ave non-mystery, a Chipotle on the Hill

Blotter | Man living in his car with sword prompts big SPD response on 14th Ave

2011

 

Homicide investigation: Two dead, one wounded in First Hill apartment building

What’s really going on at Rosebud?

2010

 

When they redevelop the Comet building, these rules will be very important

Big booms give a scare but Obama arrives safely in Madrona – UPDATE

2009

 

Empty lot has, um, a lot going on Thursday: temporary art gallery, new Cap Hill home for Marination Mobile – UPDATE

Document reveals developer’s plans to reshape 11th at Pine

 

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