Posts From Tevin Stinson

Long’s final shot at freedom

    Long’s final shot at freedom

Ronnie Long, the N.C. man who was sentenced to 80 years in prison for a crime he said he didn’t commit, will have one final shot at freedom. Earlier this

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Michael Banner looks to unseat Scippio

    Michael Banner looks to unseat Scippio

Earlier this month, incumbent Annette Scippio won the Democratic bid for East Ward on the Winston-Salem City Council. For as long as I can remember, the race for the East

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Defendants in the murder of Nathaniel Jones get chance at freedom after witness recants testimony

    Defendants in the murder of Nathaniel Jones get chance at freedom after witness recants testimony

Less than a week after North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission recommended a new trial for the five men convicted in 2002 killing of Nathaniel Jones, NBA Superstar Chris Paul’s grandfather,

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Stay-At-Home Order issued for Winston-Salem

    Stay-At-Home Order issued for Winston-Salem

In response to the growing number of COVID-19 cases across the country and the state, the City of Winston-Salem has issued a Stay-At-Home Order for all residents that will go

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Despite life’s obstacles, Monique Johnson continues to inspire others

    Despite life’s obstacles, Monique Johnson continues to inspire others

Her entire life, Monique Johnson has been proving people wrong. Born with dystrophic dysplasia, the rarest form of dwarfism, doctors only gave her six years to live. Thirty-three years later, she has accomplished goals that quite frankly, some can only dream of, and uses her life’s obstacles to inspire others.

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McCoy looks to provide “a new way forward” for the NE Ward

    McCoy looks to provide “a new way forward” for the NE Ward

Earlier this month, longtime city native Paula McCoy announced her plans to run as an unaffiliated candidate for the Northeast Ward on the Winston-Salem City Council.

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Harris looks to lead Carter G. Woodson School into the future

    Harris looks to lead Carter G. Woodson School into the future

Harris looks to lead Carter G. Woodson School into the future

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Superintendent shares thoughts on HB 798

    Superintendent shares thoughts on HB 798

State lawmakers are considering a bill that will change how low-performing schools are chosen for the Innovative School District, the program that identifies which schools are in need of a third-party takeover such as a charter. Last week The Chronicle caught up with Dr. Angela Pringle Hairston, superintendent of the local school district, to discuss Innovative School Districts and the proposed changes.

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Mt. Olive renames fellowship hall to honor longtime pastor

    Mt. Olive renames fellowship hall to honor longtime pastor

There’s an old adage that says “Give me my flowers while I can enjoy them,” and last weekend the congregation at Mt. Olive Baptist Church did just that when they recognized longtime pastor Dr. C.E. Gray by renaming the fellowship hall in his honor.

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Hanes Burke takes Northeast Ward

    Hanes Burke takes Northeast Ward

In Tuesday’s primary election, Barbara Hanes Burke, Vivian Burke’s daughter-in-law, defeated challengers Morticia “Tee-Tee” Parmon and Keith King to fill the vacant seat left by Vivian Burke who is retiring.

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