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This Week in CHS History | Parking lot shooting death, Harvard Ave homicide, first Womxn’s March, and goodbye to Clever Dunne’s

A man was gunned down on a snowy Harvard Ave this week in 2012

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



24-year-old South Seattle man victim in Capitol Hill deadly shooting — UPDATE

‘I got a little disrespected earlier today’ — Video shows how sitting in front of a Central District auto parts store got SPD cop demoted for retaliation



Capitol Hill landmark-protected Galbraith House readied for demolition

Broadway-born Tacos Chukis set to join the community at 23rd and Union



The plan for the Womxn’s March on Seattle and Capitol Hill Inauguration Week protests, rallies, and parties

Mayor kills Seattle’s public bike share

Clever Dunne’s, Capitol Hill’s ‘Irish House,’ to close at end of month



‘Gentrification stops here’ — MLK march ‘splinter’ group targets Central District pot shop

23rd Ave small business owners say corridor overhaul is putting them on the ropes



Capitol Hill’s legendary Kingfish Cafe to close

29 Capitol Hill bars and restaurants to look forward to in 2015 — UPDATE



Broadway biz owners send message on $15 minimum wage: Don’t do it — UPDATE

SPD trying to identify man in Neighbours New Year’s arson investigation

Welcome to Capitol Island



Capitol Hill Housing to create affordable apartment building at 23rd/Union

Callahan’s Auto shutters as Seattle earthquake readiness mandates loom for Capitol Hill buildings



Police searching for suspect after shooting leaves man dead on Harvard Ave

Capitol Hill #seasnow | The great ‘scaled back’ storm of 2012



Six-story apartment building at 13th and Madison unthawed as Cap Hill market picks up

Capitol Hill Block Party in Cal Anderson? Business owner calls for move as city considers 2011 fest



Shaping Capitol Hill’s light rail station: 8 recommendations

Metro considers cutting electric trolley buses, city wants your opinion

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