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This week in CHS history | First Hill light rail station plan buried again, Glossier pops up on Broadway, Rudy’s rescued from bankruptcy

Inside the E Pine Rudy'sHere are the top stories from this week in CHS history:



New and improved trains now, new connections soon as Capitol Hill Station readies for riders to return

Amid pandemic’s hate, Seattle Parks considers options for offensive monument in Volunteer Park

To get ready for Pride, City of Seattle will brighten Pike/Pine rainbow crosswalks and Black Lives Matter mural — UPDATE: Capitol Hill in-person Pride celebrations planned for late summer and October

Please, keep your mask on, Capitol Hill



Founders have deal to rescue Rudy’s Barbershop from bankruptcy

At height of Seattle’s surge in pandemic booze sales, Capitol Hill Safeway nailed for selling to minors

COVID-19 updates: Will June 1 bring Phase 2? Inslee ‘hopeful’ — Also: Washington wants businesses to encourage masks, Seattle launches face covering marketplace, and no extra days added for Seattle school kids

Zero: King County reports a day with no new COVID-19 deaths

After nearly 30 years, the Broadway Urban Outfitters is closing



With live plants, flowers, and rolling hills, Glossier Seattle’s ‘experience’ starts this week on Capitol Hill

15 things CHS heard at the 43rd District Dems D3 forum

Capitol Hill Pets | The cats of Twice Sold Tales

Police announce arrest in 23rd and Cherry gas station shooting — UPDATE: Guns seized



Hope of revived plan for a First Hill light rail station is buried… again

Central District council says SDOT went rogue with community-driven street improvements

Worker dies after forklift flips at Madison Valley construction site — UPDATE



15th Ave E QFC block has new owner: Capitol Hill’s Hunters Capital

Here’s what’s next for the old Charlie’s on Broadway space

Capitol Hill Community Post | Wrapped Sun: memorial in Volunteer Park



CHS Pics | Capitol Hill’s The Social, EVO pair up for first weekend of E Olive Way dancing

Boring’s end marks midway point for bringing light rail to Capitol Hill

Doubling down on Pike/Pine, developers pay $6.7 million for Sunset Electric building

Why was the Bulgarian president on Capitol Hill Wednesday? Hint: ‘greenest’ building in the world


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