Year in Review: Top News Stories for VaHi-Druid Hills in 2012
These are some of the most popular stories among Patch readers for the past year. Vote for the one you think is the top story for the Virginia-Highland/Druid Hills community.
It has been a busy year in the Virginia-Highland/Druid Hills Patch community.
Parents have kept a close eye on the lingering issues related to the redrawing of APS school attendance zones and crowding at Inman Middle.
Development issues have been in the news, with the announcement that the historic Ponce Apartments would be renovated, and the new mixed-use Emory Point development opening its first phase.
Sadly, there was also crime, including shooting deaths, a scary incident when a man trying to snatch a girl in her own home, and the armed robbery of patrons at a local pub.
And some longtime community leaders, such as Warren Bruno of Atkins Park, passed away.
We’ve pulled together a list of some of the articles that got the most traffic over the past year, but we’d like to hear from you. Do you see one of these stories as the community’s top story of the year? Or is there something more important that happened this year that you think belongs on the list?
Please take our poll and let us know what you think in the comments area below this article.
In case you want to go back to some of these top stories to refresh your memory, here are the links: