Posts From Tevin Stinson

Yo Gotti has his day in court

    Yo Gotti has his day in court

Rapper Yo Gotti was in a Forsyth County Courtroom earlier today asking Superior Court Judge Todd Burke to vacate a $6.6 million judgement against him.

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Sen. Lowe honors Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke for service

    Sen. Lowe honors Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke for service

During the City Council meeting earlier this week, Sen. Paul Lowe presented Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke with a plaque honoring her decades of service to the City Council and the citizens of Winston-Salem. In other business, an amendment that would allow state and federal wildlife officers to discharge rifles for the purpose of eliminating deer within the boundaries of Smith Reynolds Airport was sent back to the Public Safety Committee for further discussion.

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Father’s Day Brunch honors fathers, mentors, role models

    Father’s Day Brunch honors fathers, mentors, role models

For the past four years, brothers Antonio and LaKeith Stevenson have celebrated Father’s Day by inviting local men and boys to brunch. And this year the event, held on the campus of Winston-Salem State University, was bigger than ever.

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Local event sparks conversation on colorism

    Local event sparks conversation on colorism

What does colorism mean to you? Do you have light skin or dark skin privilege? How has colorism impacted opportunities or lack thereof? Those were just a few of the questions raised at the Delta Fine Arts Center during the Collard Greens & Salsa Collective’s open conversation on colorism.

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Body found in Winston Lake

    Body found in Winston Lake

24-hours after Winston-Salem Fire and Rescue responded to a reported drowning at Winston Lake officials recovered a body from the lake on Tuesday morning.

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Demolition of apartment building re-ignites talk of gentrification

    Demolition of apartment building re-ignites talk of gentrification

The demolition of the apartment building, which is located at 1030 East Street, is owned by National Investors of the Triad LLC and managed and leased by First West End LLC, a corporation formed by United Metropolitan Church, comes less than a year after flames ripped through the building last fall.

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The whitewashing of Atkins High School

    The whitewashing of Atkins High School

The whitewashing of Atkins High School

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McCaskill, Jones named Man & Woman of the Year

    McCaskill, Jones named Man & Woman of the Year

Reginald McCaskill and Miranda Jones joined the ranks of local legends such as Larry Leon Hamlin and Dr. Virginia Newell last Saturday night when they were named Man and Woman of the Year during The Chronicle’s Community Service Awards.

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Burke, Adams receive Lifetime Achievement Awards

    Burke, Adams receive Lifetime Achievement Awards

Last weekend honor of Lifetime Achievement was bestowed upon Superior Court Judge Todd L. Burke and Winston-Salem City Council Member Denise “D.D.” Adams.

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The Chronicle rolls out the red carpet

    The Chronicle rolls out the red carpet

The city’s oldest and most respected community newspaper rolled out the red carpet and invited more that 1,000 people from all walks of life to come together and celebrate those in our community who go the extra mile to make a difference during The Chronicle’s Annual Community Service Awards.

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