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This week in CHS history | 4/20 protest, ‘aspirational recycling’ on Earth Day, Hula Hula on Capitol Hill

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



‘More like the turning of a dial than a flip of the switch,’ Inslee lays out a take it slow approach for lifting Washington COVID-19 restrictions

Pikes/Pines | Beyond Cal Anderson and Volunteer Park, plenty of outside to safely explore around Capitol Hill

COVID-19 updates: May 18th, first Seattle home testing results, and droplets (yuck)



One victim, vehicles and buildings hit in 23rd and Jackson shootout — UPDATE

One shot in Pine parking lot in bout of Capitol Hill nightlife gun violence — UPDATE



Your ‘aspirational recycling’ is only part of Seattle’s trash problem — Happy Earth Day, Capitol Hill!

Drag drama around Hill with Seattle University censorship, Queer/Bar’s Turner on ‘personal leave’ — UPDATE

Man reported stabbed in Pike/Pine brawl — UPDATE



Hula Hula announces ‘grand re-opening’ Friday on Capitol Hill

Convicted Broadway Grill hacker sentenced to 27 years

Central Co-op drops Capitol Hill Station bid over cost concerns



Developers announce PCC Natural Markets to anchor mixed-use set to replace City People’s

Happy 4/20? Protest again targets Central District’s Uncle Ike’s

Police investigate drive-by shooting at 12th and Madison



More shattered glass: Broadway Chase bank suffers most significant damage yet — UPDATE

Giant light rail tunnel machinery moves into place at Broadway station site

Street food pulls over: Marination Station open for business on Friday

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