We're all busy, so to help you get the best cross section of happenings in Virginia Highland and Druid Hills, Patch offers a selection of stories you might have missed during the past week.
- - Virginia-Highland, Inman Park to see more patrol cars and police presence
- - After complaints by Atlanta residents and visitors, the ordinance could end up banning "booting" altogether in Atlanta.
- - Dean of Campus Life Dr. Ajay Nair said the Chick-fil-A location on campus will remain open despite a difference in “values”
- A total of 241 cases of West Nile virus disease, including four deaths, have been reported to CDC. Three human cases have been reported in Georgia.
- - The transportation sales tax failed in Fulton County by 51%-49%, which means a lot of people in the county voted yes. Enter your precinct code below to find out out how your neighborhood voted.
- - Returns show the TSPLOST is trailing badly in the Atlanta Regional District, and almost certainly dead in the Northeast Georgia District and the Georgia Mountains District.
- - Attorney Jane Morrison unofficially garnered more than 60 percent of the vote in her election attempt to gain a seat on the Fulton County State Court.
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