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Fire Station #19 Santathon is On!

November 18, 2014

When: Saturday, December 6th, 1PM – 8PM (Santa will arrive after he finishes Breakfast with Santa at Osteria 832) Where: Fire Station #19, 1063 N. Highland Ave., across from Church of Our Saviour From caroling to roasting s’mores to selfies with Santa, there will be something for everyone to enjoy at this Santathon to benefit…

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John Howell Park Construction Nears Completion

November 18, 2014

By: David Brandenberger and Jack White, VHCA Parks Committee The construction activity at the western end of John Howell Park is almost complete. The new granite walls on three sides of the volleyball courts are finished, new columns have been built along Virginia, and the steps that lead to the courts from the street along Arcadia…

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Inman Frosty 5K Road Race Set for December 13

November 17, 2014

You’re invited to run – in Virginia-Highland and along the Beltline – to benefit Inman Middle School students and teachers. Experienced runners, beginners, and families are welcome. Runners with strollers stay to the back, please. 5K begins at 9 A.M. Early registration is $25, ‘day of’ registration is $30. Check-in and number distribution begins at…

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VaHi Safety Team Report: November 11, 2014

November 13, 2014

By: John Wolfinger Medical Marijuana Granted, this issue really has nothing to do with public safety, but – this is an issue that personally affects our own APD Sergeant Chris Clark. Sergeant Clark’s work affects most everyone in VaHi somehow, as he is the lead Officer in our off-duty patrol service, the FBAC (Fight Back Against…

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VaHi Safety Team Report: October 30, 2014

November 1, 2014

By: John Wolfinger Bicycle Thievery Interesting article about securing bicycles against theft- not being a bike owner myself, I always thought that U-locks were the way to go for protection. Not so – according to this article. Interesting article about securing bicycles against theft- not being a bike owner myself, I always thought that U-locks were…

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