Posts From Tevin Stinson

Walkertown sophmore making a name for himself on the court

    Walkertown sophmore making a name for himself on the court

On any given night, Walkertown High School starting point guard Jalen Cone is likely to go for 40 points.

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WSPD release names of suspects in campus shooting

    WSPD release names of suspects in campus shooting

Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of Jakier Shanique Austin is urged to call the Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700 or Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800.

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Thousands from across the state march on the polls in W-S

    Thousands from across the state march on the polls in W-S

On the anniversary of the largest single-day demonstration in U.S. history, armed with signs and an array of chants, thousands of women and men marched through the streets of downtown

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Dyson paints King as man who made U.S. great

    Dyson paints King as man who made U.S. great

Despite being born in the segregated south when Blacks had few if any rights, even after he was targeted by the government and radical groups during his fight for integration

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WSSU, WFU mourn the death of student athlete

    WSSU, WFU mourn the death of student athlete

The campuses of Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) and Wake Forest Universities (WFU) are in mourning this week after gun violence

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All third-grade teachers to get literacy training

    All third-grade teachers to get literacy training

The local board of education got back to work last week as they held the first meeting of the new year.

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Children lead the way during march

    Children lead the way during march

More than 100 people put on their walking shoes and marched through the streets of downtown Winston-Salem in honor of the civil rights icon.

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Local talent helps celebrate Dr. King

    Local talent helps celebrate Dr. King

There were few, if any empty seats inside the Arts Council Theatre on Monday afternoon, Jan. 15, as hundreds witnessed local talent during the 33rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration.

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NAACP chief promotes black businesses

    NAACP chief promotes black businesses

During its first meeting of the new year, the Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce invited the leaders of two of

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Social Heart helps homeless residents

    Social Heart helps homeless residents

On any given day or night, you may find city native Cedric Allen distributing food, coats, gloves, or even hygiene

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