The Atlanta Police Department are encouraging customers to check for skimming devices before inserting their debit or credit card in local ATMs. A skimming device was found attached to an ATM inside a store at 265 Peachtree Center Ave. in Downtown. Investigators recovered the device, but noticed it had the number 4 written on it, which suggests the possibility other skimmer like this are being used. APD encourages ATM users to check the slot to see if anything looks suspicious before inserting their card and to monitor bank and credit card accounts frequently for suspicious activity.
Southface, a nonprofit organization that promotes sustainability policies and practices throughout the Southeast, has named Stephanie Stuckey as its new Director of Sustainability Services. Stuckey joins Southface from her role as Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Atlanta. “I am so excited to be joining the Southface team,” Stuckey said. “I have long supported their nationally recognized efforts to innovate sustainable building and urban community best practices. My own work has been focused on creating victories in environmental resilience and social equity, and I am thrilled to join forces with the Southface powerhouse.”
More than 200 digitized tapes of the landmark LGBTQ news show OutTV Atlanta are now available through The Georgia State University Library’s Special Collections and Archives as part of its growing Gender and Sexuality Collection. The 228 episodes of the show, which aired between 1999 and 2001, are part of the Mike Maloney Collection. Maloney was the producer the show, provided all of the raw footage recorded from the show, which offers a colorful glimpse into the life and times of LGBTQ people and organizations at the turn of the millennium in the South. To access the collection, visit this link.
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