Fetus Found in Freezer at Alpharetta Townhome
Alpharetta detectives were called to a Webb Bridge Road townhome complex Aug. 3 to investigate the discovery of a fetus found in a vacant unit.
A cleaning crew arrived at the empty Wedgewood unit and discovered the fully developed fetus inside a shoebox in the unit's freezer, said George Gordon, spokesman for the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety. They reported it to Alpharetta police.
Atlanta Symphony Says East Cobb Schools Not Diverse Enough
The choruses at and high schools have been barred from full participation in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's joint holiday concert held in December.
Both schools would still be allowed to send smaller contingents of chorus singers to the performance due to space restrictions.
spokesperson Jay Dillon told 11 Alive News that, "the schools were informed by Symphony officials that their choruses are not diverse enough, and that the Symphony would be inviting a third, more diverse chorus."
Aimee Copeland's New Wing Finally Revealed
Scores of people packed the driveway and yard belonging to Aimee Copeland and her family.
"Every once in a while, maybe even once in a lifetime, an awe-inspiring story comes along," said Ryan Lewis, Vice President of construction for Pulte Homes. "A story of tragedy, a story of prayer, a story of triumph, and after meeting Aimee, I can assure you, a story that has much, much more to be written."
, one that includes a large study where Aimee can finish her thesis and possibly start a counseling practice, an exercise and rehabilitation room, a designer bathroom and lots of details that will make Aimee's transition home easier.