Posts From Tevin Stinson

WS/FCS pass bylaws for Multicultural Advisory Council, virtual meeting format 

    WS/FCS pass bylaws for Multicultural Advisory Council, virtual meeting format 

Less than six months after Superintendent Angela P. Hairston made the recommendation for the special committee to be formed, last week the school board passed the bylaws for the Multicultural

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Family Services provides meals for families in need

    Family Services provides meals for families in need

Armed with face masks, gloves, and of course, hand sanitizer, representatives and volunteers with Family Services partnered with OSO Restaurant Group (o’So Eats) to provide 500 meals for families in need at First Baptist Church (Highland Avenue) last week.

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Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

    Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

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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

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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

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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

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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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