Posts From Tevin Stinson

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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Leandro ruling could bring much needed aid to N.C. public schools

    Leandro ruling could bring much needed aid to N.C. public schools

Earlier this week, Knollwood Baptist Church and Action4Equity held a virtual gathering to discuss the recent findings in the state’s landmark constitutional education case, Leandro v. North Carolina, and how it will impact the future of K-12 education funding across the state.

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Longtime City Council member and public servant Vivian Burke died late Tuesday evening

    Longtime City Council member and public servant Vivian Burke died late Tuesday evening

Northeast Council Member Vivian H. Burke died Tuesday, May 5. The longtime public servant was 85.

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$30M Choice Neighborhoods Grant could be good news for supporters of Ashley Elementary

    $30M Choice Neighborhoods Grant could be good news for supporters of Ashley Elementary

$30M Choice Neighborhoods Grant could be good news for supporters of Ashley Elementary

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Ronnie Long finally gets his day in court

    Ronnie Long finally gets his day in court

Ronnie Long, the N.C. man who has spent more than 40 years in prison for a crime he maintains he didn’t commit, will finally have his day in court. Last week it was announced that Long’s case will be heard by the Fourth District Court of Appeals on Thursday, May 7.

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Superpowers Heroic adds face masks to product line

    Superpowers Heroic adds face masks to product line

Superpowers Heroic Apparel is looking to help keep people safe during the pandemic. The local men’s and women’s clothing company started by Winston-Salem native Anthony Ingram is selling washable face masks at a fraction of the cost of competitors.

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City officials launch Mask the City initiative to stop the spread of COVID-19

    City officials launch Mask the City initiative to stop the spread of COVID-19

According to city officials a group of doctors at WFBH have developed a new mask design that is effective in preventing the transmission of germs and bacteria. Renfro Company, a Mount Airy based sock maker who moved its headquarters to Winston-Salem last year, will produce the mask locally and have already earmarked 300,000 for locals, including 60,000 for those living at or below the poverty threshold.

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