Posts From Tevin Stinson

City Council approves Emerging Capital Needs Program

    City Council approves Emerging Capital Needs Program

During a meeting on Monday, April 16, the Winston-Salem City Council voted to approve $3 million for the construction of a brand new Belview Community Center. The funds for the new community center is part of the council’s newly adopted Emerging Capital Needs Program which is designed to address the needs of the city that were presented by the mayor and city council earlier this year.

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City native TJ Boone opens fitness gym

    City native TJ Boone opens fitness gym

Since he was a student at Glenn High School, TJ Boone has had aspirations of opening his own gym and last weekend he achieved that goal when he opened Beyond Measures PT (Personal Training).

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N.C.’s youngest natural hair specialist officially opens salon

    N.C.’s youngest natural hair specialist officially opens salon

Last weekend Aubrianna Lash witnessed her dreams become reality when she officially opened the doors to her salon on Sunday, April 7.

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Elected officials speak on questionable bills

    Elected officials speak on questionable bills

Elected officials speak on questionable bills

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Digital Lab Recording opens its doors to local students

    Digital Lab Recording opens its doors to  local students

Last weekend Digital Lab Recordings (DLR), a local recording studio that specializes in audio recording, editing, mixing, and mastering, opened its doors to more than two dozen students.

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Businesses ‘Stake their Claim’ in new Renaissance East Corridor

    Businesses ‘Stake their Claim’ in new Renaissance East Corridor

On Tuesday, April 9, businesses in the heart of East Winston unveiled new signage marking the beginning of a partnership known as the Renaissance East Corridor.

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WSSU Career Development Services hosts business fashion show

    WSSU Career Development Services hosts business fashion show

Last week Winston-Salem State University’s Career Development Services hosted the second annual D.R.I.P. (Dressing Responsibly Is Professional) Spring Business Fashion Show.

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Young Democrats make donations to students at Kimberley Park

    Young Democrats make donations to students at Kimberley Park

Last week the Young Democrats of Forsyth County donated toiletries to the 5th graders at Kimberley Park Elementary School ahead of their trip to Washington, D.C. later this month.

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New bill shackles black voters into 2 wards

    New bill shackles black voters into 2 wards

If N.C. House Representatives Donny Lambeth and Debra Conrad have their way, some drastic changes could be on the horizon for the Winston-Salem City Council and the citizens of the Twin City.

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School board approves Restart Model for 4 elementary schools

    School board approves Restart Model for 4 elementary schools

Last week members of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board approved a motion to adopt the Restart Model at Ashley Global Academy, Forest Park Elementary, Kimberley Park Elementary, and Hall-Woodward Elementary.

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