News Nearby: Former Teacher Faces Possible Abuse Indictment
Here are headlines from around the region for Wednesday Dec. 12, 2012.
DA Seeks Abuse Indictment Against Former Hopewell Middle Teacher
The Fulton County District Attorney’s Office is seeking an indictment against a former Hopewell Middle School special needs teacher for allegedly abusing children.
Melanie Pickens faces a total of 11 counts on charges of cruelty to children and false imprisonment in connection with the physical abuse of five Hopewell Middle School students, the District Attorney's Office said today, Dec. 12. For more read Alpharetta-Milton Patch.
Gwinnett County Police Looking into Student Rape Allegations
Gwinnett County Police are investigating a report of a rape that allegedly took place behind Dacula Family Sports on Dec. 4.
A 14-year-old Dacula High School student was reportedly raped by a fellow student who the teen identified as a senior at the school. Read more on Logaville-Grayson Patch.
WebMD cuts means job loss in Midtown
WebMD Health Corp. announced job cuts Tuesday that will affect the Midtown office located on the top two floors of the 400 Colony Square office building.
The cuts are a part of WebMD's reduction in annualized operating expenditures of approximately $45 million. Read more on Midtown Patch.