CHS History | Dog Lounge building fire, Garfield High players take knee, Hillside Bar

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



Big, smoky fire scorches old Capitol Hill ‘dog lounge’ building

SPD hate crime unit reviewing transgender attack in Capitol Hill restaurant — UPDATE

Grocer New Seasons coming to the Central District at 23rd and Union



Garfield High football players plan to kneel for national anthem

Agreements clear Central District homeless encampment

Heroin addiction task force recommends Seattle open safe consumption sites



A freeway lid in push for Hill-friendly convention center expansion? Thinking too small — How about a 45-acre park along I-5?

Police make arrests following Pike/Pine pistol-whipping, purse snatch incidents

Capitol Hill food+drink | First look at Ernest Loves Agnes



Seattle’s new regulations leave space for densest microhousing to continue in Capitol Hill’s core

The Nevertold Casket Company might just be the strangest shop on E Republican



Stabbing at City Market — UPDATE

CHS Pics | Seattle’s first parklet under construction on Capitol Hill



SPD makes arrest in Yancy Noll killing — UPDATE

You can stop emailing us now — Details on The Hillside Bar

Goodbye to Wagner House, last of its kind on Summit Ave



City says signal light can’t help Capitol Hill intersection where yet another person hit

Development will bring 3-story apartment building to edge of historic Harvard-Belmont area



Landlord lawsuit makes things look darker for Grey Gallery

Parks memo lays out path for Seattle’s tennis courts to make way for dodgeball, bike polo, more

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