Posts From Tevin Stinson

Mt. Tabor introduces newest members of the school’s hall of fame

    Mt. Tabor introduces newest members of the school’s hall of fame

Mt. Tabor High School recently inducted four new members into their hall of fame.  Last Thursday night, Sept. 27, a ceremony was held in their honor. The inductees were: Art

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Residents raise questions about changes to airport

    Residents raise questions about changes to airport

Last Friday afternoon the multi-purpose room at Carl Russell Recreation Center was overflowing with residents from the Northeast Ward with questions about upcoming changes at the Smith Reynolds Airport and

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New aviation program coming to Mazie Woodruff Center

    New aviation program coming to Mazie Woodruff Center

While celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Mazie S. Woodruff Center, Forsyth Tech Community College (FTCC) announced the launch of a new aviation program and others that will be housed

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Carver shows highest growth among H.S.

    Carver shows highest growth among H.S.

Just two years after it was tagged as one of the lowest performing schools in the state, Carver High School showed more growth than any other high school in the

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Mayor meets with ministers to discuss bond referendums

    Mayor meets with ministers to discuss bond referendums

Last week, Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines visited with the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) to discuss the proposed

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LB The Poet aims to link students to poetry

    LB The Poet aims to link students to poetry

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Larry Barron, better known as LB The Poet, is known for traveling throughout the country

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WSPD solicits help to solve cold case

    WSPD solicits help to solve cold case

The Winston-Salem Police Department is asking for help solving the murder of 66-year-old Jack Atkins, who was killed in his

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Anita Earls would make good justice To the Editor: In the summer of 2015, I attended the three-week historic voter

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National summit explores the importance of culinary training

    National summit explores the importance of culinary training

Chefs, caterers and entrepreneurs from across the country met in Winston-Salem last week for the Catalyst Kitchens, Feeding America National Summit.

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‘Captain Underpants’ author interacts with local students

    ‘Captain Underpants’ author interacts with local students

Award winning children’s author Dav Pilkey spoke to more than 2,000 students from eight local elementary schools  last Friday, Sept. 7.

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