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CHS History | E Union shooting, Value Village’s last Halloween, Canon named 6th best bar… in the world

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



One shot in fight on E Union — UPDATE

‘Save Saba’ — Sawant rallies support to protect 12th Ave Ethiopian restaurant, ‘stop gentrification in our community’

Capitol Hill corner shop becomes Noren Restaurant and Lounge



Another pot shop in the works on Capitol Hill? Guess where we found Uncle Ike

Capitol Hill’s turn for upzoning: HALA process to begin next month



After encampment backlash, mayor rolls out ‘Interim Action Plan’ on Seattle homelessness

Here is why there is now a box for free socks at Broadway and Pike

100 dumpsters pulled off Capitol Hill’s streets and sidewalks



Capitol Hill Value Village to close after one last Halloween — UPDATE

Downtown programs will expand to Capitol Hill to help calm ‘street disorder’



Capitol Hill food+drink | What’s it mean to be home to the 6th best bar in the world? 12th Ave whiskey and bitters emporium Canon will show you

Windy October night leaves 3,000 without power around Capitol Hill



11th/Pine REI development+preservation project could bring more workers to Pike/Pine

Rent control debate surfaces as rents in Capitol Hill continue to rise



What happens on Capitol Hill if I-502 passes

Plan for Denny Substation could mean new electrical towers running across Capitol Hill



The construction parties get started for new Capitol Hill nightclubs The Social and Q

CHS Re:Take | Hidden stories of love at Broadway and John



RIP Watertown Coffee (and saloon)

Why we can’t have nice things: Summit/John skatedot brings complaints, park changes

Capitol Hill food and drink notes: First look at Skillet Diner – Plus, Rex who? Mod Pizza where?



Sound Transit finally putting empty lot to use (And it’s going to be pretty cool) — Halloween laser light show on Broadway

King Cobra exits, the Lobby Bar to take its place

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