Posts From Tevin Stinson

Local church celebrates Thanksgiving a bit early

    Local church celebrates Thanksgiving a bit early

Outreach is the staple of Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church, according to Senior Pastor Daryl Young.  Last Saturday, Nov. 18 it held its annual Thanksgiving outreach for the surrounding community.

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Students and parents explore opportunities at local magnet schools

    Students and parents explore opportunities at local magnet schools

Although the Dixie Classic Fair isn’t scheduled to return to the city until Sept. 2018, the Education Building at the city fairgrounds mirrored the fall classic last weekend as hundreds

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Authoring Action gives taste of the South to raise funds

    Authoring Action gives taste of the South to raise funds

On Thursday, Nov. 16, Authoring Action, a nonprofit arts and education outreach organization, held its eighth annual “Taste of the South” fundraiser. During the event held at the Milton Rhodes

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Justice Morgan tells Omegas to answer the call

    Justice Morgan tells Omegas to answer the call

The Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. painted the city purple and gold last week as members of the international fraternity celebrated 85 years of service.

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Women’s Fund awards nearly $157,000 in grants

    Women’s Fund awards nearly $157,000 in grants

The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem awarded $156,861 in grants to 12 organizations and programs who aim to address economic security for women and girls.

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Local media, police participate in Trust Talks

    Local media, police participate in Trust Talks

On Tuesday, Nov. 7 the Winston-Salem Human Relations Department invited various members of the media to sit down with officers with the local police department for another edition of “Trust Talks.”

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Commentary: Hurricanes and championships bond New Orleans and Houston

    Commentary: Hurricanes and championships bond New Orleans and Houston

Hurricanes and championships bond New Orleans and Houston.

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Locals show appreciation during Veterans Day

    Locals show appreciation during Veterans Day

Despite blistering winds, temperatures in the mid 40s, and the lingering threat of rain, hundreds of residents lined the streets of downtown last Saturday to give thanks to the men and women who defend this country

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Bobby Kimbrough Jr. announces candidacy for sheriff

    Bobby Kimbrough Jr. announces candidacy for sheriff

On Wednesday, Nov. 8, Bobby Kimbrough Jr. officially put himself in the running to become the first African American to serve as Sheriff of Forsyth County.

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‘We have to be deliberate about closing these gaps’

    ‘We have to be deliberate about closing these gaps’

Rep. Terry analyzes state of education at forum Rep. Evelyn Terry has never been one to pull punches when sharing

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