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CHS History | Suika arrives on E Pine, Hamza Warsame death, Clinton at Elliott Bay, Santarchy

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



After Capitol Hill Block Party 2019, city to ‘assess the viability of this event in this neighborhood’

Drug and gun charges for man feds say was prolific fake Xanax dealer around Capitol Hill



High aspirations at By the Pound, Capitol Hill’s first deli counter with a secret bar

CHS Pics | Punk Rock Flea Market makes Central District Red Apple temporary home

CHS Pics | Hillary Clinton draws a crowd — and cookies, capes, and cheers — on Seattle’s Capitol Hill



How Seattle Police dealt with officer who slammed mentally ill woman to ground on First Hill

Seattle City Hall presses pause on Broadway streetcar extension

Man arrested at Seattle Central with assault rifle in guitar case



Bauhaus closes Capitol Hill cafe, says won’t be returning to Melrose and Pine

SPD investigation continues into death of Seattle Central student — UPDATE

Odd Fellows developer gets jail time in ‘cockamamie scheme’ to poison trees



Canadian-born Suika izakaya arrives on Capitol Hill

What they’re saying about Capitol Hill’s Starbucks Roastery: $20M price tag, chi-chi Hill, ‘a gathering spot for the well-to-do’

Bowman found guilty in murder of Yancy Noll



Capitol Hill light rail update: ‘Extraordinarily lucky’ thus far, construction moves on to Broadway’s ‘pedestrian concourse’

A 14th Ave ‘lost dog’ poster story with a double happy ending

$15 minimum wage in Seattle? Here’s what Capitol Hill food+drink business owners think



Capitol Hill food+drink | First look inside Bait Shop, El Portal closing

Capitol Hill coyote was old for a city dweller — Volunteer Park family lives on



Capitol Hill’s B&O Espresso surrenders as E Olive Way development goes forward

$800,000 Capitol Hill restaurant fire being investigated as arson — UPDATE



Sound Transit to pay $296,500 to dig beneath Cal Anderson, Volunteer and Interlaken parks

Marination Mobile to park it on Capitol Hill



Seattle Santarchy 2009 starts on Capitol Hill – UPDATE

How Capitol Hill became the most hated neighborhood in Seattle

With redevelopment project looming, Cafe Septieme to shut down at end of month

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