Check the Archive! Publishing of articles from the VOICE on the website news feed has been temporarily suspended. However, you can find the current and all back issues of the VOICE in the archive located here. As mentioned in the … Continue reading
Read about a pedestrian robbery, upcoming events, and crime data from the month of July here.
Northside + Northeast Study Group – Thursday, July 13, 2017 6:30-8:00 pm Rock Spring Presbyterian Church 1824 Piedmont Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30324 Join BeltLine representatives to learn about the design of the Northeast Trail! Meet the team behind the … Continue reading
This walk benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society More information about Light the Night Walk at Piedmont Park can be found here. Class D – approximately 8,000 attendees
The 7th Annual Ice Cream Festival will be held at Piedmont Park and is free and open to the public. More information here. Class B – approximately 25,000 attendees
Please take our three-question survey to share you opinion about options for new events in Virginia-Highland. Continue reading
The April financial summary is available. Go to the Financials Page and click on “Current Financial Overview. Monthly meeting minutes for for March and April 2017 have also been posted and can be found here.
Join Invest Atlanta and partners to learn about the resources available to businesses impacted by the I-85 closure. This is an opportunity to meet with local service providers offering technical assistance, financing, consulting services, and more. Tuesday May 9th 10:00 … Continue reading
Join Joyce DeWitt and Kathy Knapp on Sunday May 7 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. as they read from and sign their new children’s book, The Story of Leo and Emma. The story tells of a 7-year old girl … Continue reading
The latest safety report is available including statistics from the first fifteen weeks of 2017. Read about: changes in statistics reporting from APD, a CourtWatch Update, and an opportunity for emergency preparedness training. VaHi Safety Team Report: Weeks 1 through … Continue reading
At the height of the morning arrival to the school, a fire truck suddenly roared up Virginia from the west, sirens blaring. I made sure the children did not attempt to cross Ponce De Leon Terrace (especially since the pedestrian light was red anyway!). As the fire truck sped up Virginia past the school, its siren still blaring, the pedestrian light changed. Presumably safe now to cross, on multiple counts. Not so. Continue reading
This year’s event brings together park (and beer!) enthusiasts at Orpheus Brewing for an evening of drinks, games and good company, all in the spirit of celebrating green space. Continue reading
Visitors to the Inman lobby were given a treat early on Friday, March 31, when they were unexpectedly arrested by a glorious sound Continue reading
By Collin Eggebrecht, owner of OnePoint Physical Therapy Virginia-Highland continues to be one of the busiest neighborhoods in Atlanta when it comes to outdoor activities. With endless sidewalks, foot and bike accessible restaurants and shops, numerous beltline entrances and parks, physical … Continue reading