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This week in CHS history | Pine Box birthday, Cal Anderson COVID-19 clearance, Renters’ Commission born

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



Uptick in King County positive cases tempers Seattle’s vaccination progress and Phase 3 enthusiasm

Death of a Capitol Hill candy shop

Redrawing District 3: Process begins to shift Seattle’s political boundaries

UPDATE: Rocket! — Reports and videos from across city as streaking lights cross Seattle sky



Seattle Police clear Cal Anderson Park over COVID-19 concerns — ‘Your current conduct is placing yourself and your fellow Seattleites in danger’

‘Hunker down’ — Washington implements full COVID-19 ‘stay home’ restrictions — UPDATE: List of industries and businesses that can remain open

COVID-19 updates: Seattle 8 PM — clap hands, raise voices, bang some pots and pans, Plus, Inslee’s ‘glimmer of hope’



Hakeem remembered — Family identifies 21-year-old gunned down in Cal Anderson — UPDATE

Seattle internet access study: Nearly universal access but more should be paying less

Kenton Apartments tenants say they’re facing another Capitol Hill ‘economic eviction’

Capitol Hill Station is getting a late third birthday present: stairs!



Seattle’s March for Our Lives fills Pine from Cal Anderson to downtown with calls for gun control and kids ready to vote

First Hill’s Italian Family Pizza has new ownership — but is staying in the family

Next for Tully’s at 19th and Aloha — Not Pagliacci… Macrina Capitol Hill



Protest against displacement at 23rd and Union targets landowner’s Madrona home, sparks scuffle at Uncle Ike’s

Seattle City Council approves nation’s first Renters’ Commission

Serious crash tangles John near Capitol Hill Station



First look — Taps flow at Capitol Hill’s new beer hall, The Pine Box

E Union developers told plan not enough to ‘maximize preservation’ (And ‘Costco wall’ must go)

CHS Pics | 10 months, 6 days and a few extra hours — UPDATE: Holethrough!


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