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CHS History | Captain Blacks sets sail, CD gun violence, Seattle head tax

Captain Blacks, under construction

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



Worker dies after forklift flips at Madison Valley construction site — UPDATE

Seattle approves plan for ‘reasonable’ tax on its largest businesses to help pay for housing, homelessness — UPDATE



15th Ave E QFC block has new owner: Capitol Hill’s Hunters Capital

Here’s what’s next for the old Charlie’s on Broadway space



Two shot in weekend of Central District gun violence — UPDATE

Seattle U students vow to continue sit-in until dean resigns

Capitol Hill food+drink | The Harry’s Fine Foods transformation



Random rental inspections now underway across Seattle

Across ‘the I-5 canyon’ from Capitol Hill, Convention Center expansion plans take shape



E Pine’s 611 Supreme closes in 18th year on Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill food+drink | Bar Ferd’nand II, Le Gourmand bakery and cafe project part of Chophouse plans

A man, Joe Bar, Barjot — Wylie Bush bringing coffee and fresh juice to Bellevue Ave



Man stabbed in Cal Anderson Park — UPDATE: Suspect arrested

CHS X-Files | Capitol Hill drone pilot spotted, glowing orbs, phone thief on wheels



Facing ‘unprecedented wave’ of development, letter gives design board license to kill (bad projects)

Capitol Hill food+drink | Wandering Goose raises funds from the flock, Li’l Woody flips free burgers

Boring’s end marks midway point for bringing light rail to Capitol Hill



SPD concerned about Capitol Hill burglar who doesn’t seem to mind if you’re home

CHS Pics: Skillet Diner ready to roll at 14th and Union



Capitol Hill Block Party organizers in scramble to add third day to music fest – UPDATE

How to design a big, mixed-use building that Capitol Hill likes



What one neighborhood activist thinks of plan to preserve Pike/Pine

Food & Drink Notes: Neidermeyer Artisan Projects Edition

Captain Black’s: Summertime drinking paradise coming to East Olive

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