Posts From Tevin Stinson

Juneteenth Festival hits home with all ages

    Juneteenth Festival hits home with all ages

On Saturday, June 22, Triad Cultural Arts Inc. invited the city to come out and celebrate African American history and culture during the 15th annual Juneteenth Festival.

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Forsyth Tech, AAMPED host STEM camp for local young men

    Forsyth Tech, AAMPED host STEM camp for local young men

Forsyth Technical Community College (FTCC) and Crosby Scholars joined forces to host a computer camp for the young men currently enrolled in the African American Males Pursuing Education Dreams (AAMPED) program.

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Support for Atkins and Principal To The Editor: I have just finished reading the Chronicle newspaper as I have been doing so since its inception. In fact, the former editor

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UPDATED: Yo Gotti’s $6.6 million judgment upheld

    UPDATED: Yo Gotti’s $6.6 million judgment upheld

About a month after the initial ruling, Forsyth County Superior Court Judge Todd Burke upheld a ruling ordering Memphis rapper Yo Gotti to pay a local talent manager $6.6 million.

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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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