Posts From Tevin Stinson

Parmon chosen to be interim representative for Northeast Ward

    Parmon chosen to be interim representative for Northeast Ward

The Forsyth County Democratic Party (FCDP) has selected Morticia Parmon to serve as the interim representative for the Northeast Ward.

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Free Ice Cream!

    Free Ice Cream!

Nothing calls for ice cream more than a hot steamy day with temperatures in the mid-80s. And last weekend representatives with the Winston-Salem Dash did their part to provide frozen treats for children and families in the community.

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WS/FCS makes initial budget request for $13.9 million in additional funding

    WS/FCS makes initial budget request for $13.9 million in additional funding

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education is asking the county for an additional $13.9 million to update textbooks and address safety and security concerns in schools across the district.

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Virtual town hall sheds light on needs in education post COVID-19

    Virtual town hall sheds light on needs in education post COVID-19

Virtual town hall sheds light on needs in education post COVID-19

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Wombles’s legacy – justice for eugenics victims

    Wombles’s legacy – justice for eugenics victims

Flags were flown at half-staff at state and federal buildings across the state earlier this week to honor the life and service of Winston-Salem legend Larry Womble. Womble died last Thursday, May 14, at his home here in the city.

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‘Mask the City’ provides free masks for seniors

    ‘Mask the City’ provides free masks for seniors

Earlier this week, “Mask the City,” an initiative launched last month to provide masks for everyone in the city, held a Senior Day where people age 65 and older were able to receive a free face mask.

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Proposed ordinance could increase affordable workforce housing

    Proposed ordinance could increase affordable workforce housing

City Council members James Taylor and Denise Adams proposed an ordinance that would increase the percentage of workforce housing units in city funded dwellings, and prohibit property managers from denying housing based on an applicant’s criminal record.

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Long’s innocence argued in Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

    Long’s innocence argued in Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Long’s innocence argued in Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

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Commentary: Who will fill vacant seat on W-S City Council?

    Commentary: Who will fill vacant seat on W-S City Council?

Commentary: Who will fill vacant seat on W-S City Council?

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Final grading decisions made by NCDPI and NCSBE

    Final grading decisions made by NCDPI and NCSBE

Final grading decisions made by NCDPI and NCSBE

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