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CHS History | Sanders campaign HQ, Station 7, Federal/Republican murder

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



Raised Doughnuts finds home on 23rd Ave

Defiant Ruckus growing as Capitol Hill’s non-Ike’s pot shop

Here’s why the original Sun Liquor lounge is now for sale



CHS Re:Take | The 1892 problems at Harvard and Thomas

After a 21-month road diet, first phase of 23rd Ave work complete

What the latest designs for RapidRide G look like, Madison Bus Rapid Transit block by block



Sanders campaign chooses Capitol Hill for temporary Seattle HQ

Broadway tangled after car slams into Metro bus



$1B Washington State Convention Center expansion means big changes across I-5

Exploring a pedestrian-only Pike/Pine block gets boost from city grant

Station 7 boutique to join 15th Ave E in former home of Capitol Hill’s ‘last video shop’



City Light: Balloons *did not* knock out power to thousands on Capitol Hill (but they did trigger ‘something’)

Capitol Hill dealership named top place to buy your next Ferrari… in the world



Capitol Hill food+drink | Chuck’s Hop Shop CD to bring 1,000 beers, 50 taps to E Union

Sorting out what happened at The Social



CHS Pics | The Marion Apartments come down

Sound Transit says first tunnel boring machine from Montlake to arrive this month



Police investigating body found at site of future Federal/Republican park — UPDATE: Murder?

Light rail update: A look at the machines that will dig twin tunnels under Capitol Hill



Trouble at the Melrose Project? Letter says cornerstone restaurant kicked out – UPDATE

The case of the skipped bus stops



Scooter targeted by overly aggressive passive aggressive note

City Council approves noise ordinance changes

Capitol Hill test could lead to ‘green’ streetlights across Seattle

La Rambla on Capitol Hill

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