Posts From Tevin Stinson

Drug Treatment Court holds first graduation ceremony

    Drug Treatment Court holds first graduation ceremony

In 2017, thanks to the collaborative efforts of a local non-profit called Phoenix Rising and the City of Winston-Salem, Drug Treatment Court returned to Forsyth County and last week the program held its first graduation ceremony.

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Burke not running leaves Northeast Ward up for grabs

    Burke not running leaves Northeast Ward up for grabs

For the first time in more than 40 years, Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke will not be running for City Council. Burke didn’t file for re-election before the noon deadline on Friday, Dec. 20.

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Christmas for the City

    Christmas for the City

The holiday spirit permeated the Benton Convention Center last Thursday evening as thousands came together to celebrate Christmas.

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Barbara Hanes Burke out as vice-chair, Calvert Hayes in

    Barbara Hanes Burke out as vice-chair, Calvert Hayes in

School board moving forward with Equity Policy, Calvert Hayes new vice chair.

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‘Shining Our Light’ Holiday Celebration continues a legacy of giving

    ‘Shining Our Light’ Holiday Celebration continues a legacy of giving

With the holiday season in full swing, last weekend the Alana Alston Family Foundation did its part to ensure more than a dozen families will enjoy the holidays when they hosted their inaugural Shining Our Light Holiday Celebration.

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Cuddle Up and Read connects students with authors

    Cuddle Up and Read connects students with authors

Cuddle Up and Read connects students with authors

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Medicaid expansion could provide affordable healthcare for thousands in Forsyth County

    Medicaid expansion could provide affordable healthcare for thousands in Forsyth County

Members of Governor Roy Cooper’s office made a stop on the campus of Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) earlier this week for the Central Regional Engagement Session.

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Superintendent calls on community to help turn things around in local schools

    Superintendent calls on community to help turn things around in local schools

Superintendent calls on community to help turn things around in local schools

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Community ‘gobbles up’ 700 turkeys at giveaway

    Community ‘gobbles up’  700 turkeys  at giveaway

For the past 10 years, Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church has marked Thanksgiving by giving away turkeys to those in need in the community. From a humble beginning with just 50 turkeys in 2009, this year the giveaway reached amazing new heights with volunteers passing out more than 700 turkeys last weekend.

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Authoring Action holds 10th annual Taste of the South fundraiser

    Authoring Action holds 10th annual Taste of the South fundraiser

Some of the most talented young people in our community and some of the best restaurants in the area were showcased at the Milton Rhodes Center for Visual Arts last Thursday during Authoring Action’s 10th annual Taste of the South fundraiser.

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