Posts From Tevin Stinson

#20SDS gives black millennials space

    #20SDS gives black millennials space

The brainchild of the event, city native and Parkland High School graduate Whitney Daniel, said #20SDS began as an opportunity to cultivate space for black millennials, entrepreneurs, artists and other individuals in the area to network and meet likeminded people.

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Editorial: N.C. taxpayers paying for GOP pettiness

    Editorial: N.C. taxpayers  paying for GOP pettiness

Editorial: N.C. taxpayers paying for GOP pettiness

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Community gearing up for back-to-school giveaways

    Community gearing up for back-to-school giveaways

Community groups, nonprofits, churches and other organizations across the community are gearing up for their back-to-school giveaways. 

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Pop-up festival promotes reading

    Pop-up festival promotes reading

For the past three years Bookmarks has partnered with Scholastic to host the Summer Reading Road Trip.

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Program hosts first summer math camp

    Program hosts first summer math camp

 This year the AAMPED program is making sure young men in the community are staying sharp during summer break with its first Math I Camp.

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Revving up for a good cause

    Revving up for a good cause

Last weekend, the Prince Hall Masonic Temple hosted the fifth annual Masonic Motorcycle Charity Ride.

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15 new recruits join WSFD

    15 new recruits join WSFD

Fifteen recruits transitioned through the ranks last week as Recruitment Class XXVI (26) of the Winston-Salem Fire Department held its graduation ceremony on Friday, July 13.

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Carolina Brotherhood Ride makes stops in Forsyth County

    Carolina Brotherhood Ride makes stops in Forsyth County

A convoy of cyclists and volunteers with the Carolina Brotherhood Ride made two stops in Forsyth County last week to honor fallen first responders.

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Guest Editorial: Proposed amendments appear to be silly or just power-grabs

    Guest Editorial: Proposed amendments appear to be silly  or just power-grabs

Thanks to tinkering by North Carolina’s General Assembly, voters this November will face a virtual book of a ballot, chock

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Weekend inspires women to love their curves

    Weekend inspires women to love their curves

For the past 10 years, city native Ahmad Johnson has been inspiring women in the Triad to embrace their curves.

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