Posts From Tevin Stinson

Burke leads rifle initiative at Smith Reynolds Airport

    Burke leads rifle initiative at Smith Reynolds Airport

After it was sent back to the public safety committee for discussion earlier this summer, the Winston-Salem City Council has approved an amendment that will allow wildlife officers to discharge rifles to shoot deer within the boundaries of Smith Reynolds Airport. 

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Longtime teacher named principal at Winston-Salem Christian School

    Longtime teacher named principal at Winston-Salem Christian School

After more than a decade in the classroom as a teacher, this school year, longtime educator Dr. Janet Taylor will step into a new role as principal.

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City Council approves renaming of Dixie Classic Fair

    City Council approves renaming of Dixie Classic Fair

During a meeting on Monday, Aug. 19 the Winston-Salem City Council voted to rename the Dixie Classic Fair.

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Community celebrates the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

    Community celebrates the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

More than a thousand people filed into Union Baptist Church on Tuesday, Aug. 13 to celebrate the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

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Local law enforcement donates $50,000 to North Hills Elementary

    Local law enforcement donates $50,000 to North Hills Elementary

As part of a new partnership with the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, North Hills Elementary School received $50,000 last week to help fund things such as new uniforms, field trips and food for students in need.

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WSPD concludes fatal shooting at BJ’s Restaurant was not motivated by race

    WSPD concludes fatal shooting at BJ’s Restaurant was not motivated by race

Although racial epithets were used during the altercation between Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr. and Robert Granato, the Winston Salem Police Department has concluded that the fatal shooting in the parking lot of BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse last week was not racially motivated.

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Still asking…where will they go?

    Still asking…where will they go?

HAWS seems to be moving forward with sale of Crystal Towers while tenants left in the dark

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Art exhibit draws connection between stereotypes, biases

    Art exhibit draws connection between stereotypes, biases

Art exhibit draws connection between stereotypes, biases

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NBTF production shines light on Children’s Crusade of 1963

    NBTF production shines light on Children’s Crusade of 1963

NBTF production shines light on Children’s Crusade of 1963

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NBTF’s ‘Man Talk’ gives young men a chance to open up

    NBTF’s ‘Man Talk’ gives young men a chance to open up

NBTF’s ‘Man Talk’ gives young men a chance to open up

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