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This week in CHS history | Harborview Hall ‘enhanced’ homeless shelter, 95 Slide’s last party, Mayor Durkan’s first Capitol Hill protest

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



‘It’s urgent’ — Mayor says launching initiatives to open Cal Anderson, remove East Precinct wall amid encampments and ongoing protests — UPDATE

Three arrests as protest marches on Capitol Hill for ‘essential workers’

How is COVID-19 spreading in Seattle? Households, workplaces, and gatherings most likely for exposure

Volunteer Park Cafe has new owner with plans to showcase wine and preserve tradition of the Capitol Hill corner store



A concept large enough to fill Pike/Pine’s preservation-boosted present, Capitol Hill pub Stout set to close

Inside Harborview Hall’s new ‘enhanced’ homeless shelter: a warm place to sleep, pets, laundry, and help around the clock

Paving the way for taller buildings on smaller lots, 21-story First Hill apartments will be super green and use modular construction



Scratch Deli — with a butter chicken sandwich and a side of nostalgia — set to say goodbye to Capitol Hill

We’re calling it ‘Tbilisi grey’ — Dacha Diner ready to open on E Olive Way

‘Beto for Seattle’ — from Capitol Hill’s little pink house to a run for City Hall

Central District’s Langston Hughes locked down after Seattle theater threat — UPDATE



Elliott Bay protest could be a sign of things to come for Mayor Durkan

There’s a hipster Best Western coming to Capitol Hill

Please report your paintball gun-toting asshole friends who drive a red Fiat to police, thanks

What it looks like now that classic Capitol Hill restaurant Charlie’s is an urgent care clinic



Art museum’s expansion faces review amid opposition from Volunteer Park neighbors

What the Liberty Bank Building will look like

‘Seattle Women March Against Hate’ Saturday across Capitol Hill — UPDATE

95 Slide throwing one last party Saturday bringing decades of nightlife at Harvard and Pike to close



Occupy Capitol Hill | SWAT raid, arrests as police clear occupied building

The story behind the $800 Capitol Hill tow

Beware Madison — Map marks eight years of Capitol Hill road fatalities


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