Posts From Tevin Stinson

FCSO looking to adopt offender monitoring system

    FCSO looking to adopt offender monitoring system

The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) is looking to acquire new technology that would cut jail cost and allow offenders with minor offenses the opportunity to be productive citizens and continue a somewhat normal way of life.

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U.S. Court of Appeals denies Ronnie Long’s appeal

    U.S. Court of Appeals denies Ronnie Long’s appeal

After waiting patiently for nearly a year to hear back from the United States Court of Appeals, last week Ronnie Long, a N.C. man who has spent 43 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, finally got a verdict, but it wasn’t the one he wanted.

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Large crowd attends annual Emancipation Service

    Large crowd attends annual Emancipation Service

More than 100 people brought in the New Year reflecting on the past and looking toward the future during the annual Emancipation Service held last week.

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Organizers’ Circle gives public a space to discuss issues

    Organizers’ Circle gives public a space to discuss issues

What is the role of our elected officials? That’s the question Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods is asking throughout the month during their Organizers’ Circle held weekly at weekly Malloy/Jordan East Winston Library Branch.

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Ongoing feud, prior altercation led to deadly shooting at Municipal Services Center

    Ongoing feud, prior altercation led to deadly shooting at  Municipal Services Center

Ongoing feud, prior altercation led to deadly shooting at Municipal Services Center

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Triad Cultural Arts continues Kwanzaa tradition

    Triad Cultural Arts continues  Kwanzaa tradition

Like the Jaycees Christmas Parade, the mayor’s annual holiday concert series, or the Christmas tree lighting ceremony, the annual Kwanzaa celebration hosted by Triad Cultural Arts has become a holiday tradition here in Winston-Salem.

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Drug Treatment Court holds first graduation ceremony

    Drug Treatment Court holds first graduation ceremony

In 2017, thanks to the collaborative efforts of a local non-profit called Phoenix Rising and the City of Winston-Salem, Drug Treatment Court returned to Forsyth County and last week the program held its first graduation ceremony.

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Burke not running leaves Northeast Ward up for grabs

    Burke not running leaves Northeast Ward up for grabs

For the first time in more than 40 years, Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke will not be running for City Council. Burke didn’t file for re-election before the noon deadline on Friday, Dec. 20.

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Christmas for the City

    Christmas for the City

The holiday spirit permeated the Benton Convention Center last Thursday evening as thousands came together to celebrate Christmas.

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Barbara Hanes Burke out as vice-chair, Calvert Hayes in

    Barbara Hanes Burke out as vice-chair, Calvert Hayes in

School board moving forward with Equity Policy, Calvert Hayes new vice chair.

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