Posts From Tevin Stinson

The Chronicle rolls out the red carpet

    The Chronicle rolls out the red carpet

The city’s oldest and most respected community newspaper rolled out the red carpet and invited more that 1,000 people from all walks of life to come together and celebrate those in our community who go the extra mile to make a difference during The Chronicle’s Annual Community Service Awards.

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Renita Linville appointed first African American Clerk of Court

    Renita Linville appointed first African American Clerk of Court

Attorney Renita Thompkins Linville will fill the vacancy left by Forsyth County Clerk of Court Susan Frye, making her the first African American to hold the position.

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TVVA bids farewell with annual Veterans Name Reading Ceremony

    TVVA bids farewell with annual Veterans Name Reading Ceremony

For the past 30 years, the Triad Vietnam Veterans Association (TVVA) has celebrated Memorial Day by reading the names of the 499 military vets from Winston-Salem and Forsyth County who paid the ultimate sacrifice protecting our country.

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WSPD solicits community’s help to solve string of senseless shootings

    WSPD solicits community’s help to solve string of senseless shootings

The Winston-Salem Police Department is calling on the community to help find the culprits behind a string of violent shootings.

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Elizabeth’s Pizza no longer interested in Union Station

    Elizabeth’s Pizza no longer interested in Union Station

A little over a year after the Winston-Salem City Council approved a lease for Elizabeth’s Pizza to lease space in the newly renovated Union Station, the family-owned restaurant chain decided to pull out of the deal.

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City Council honors living legend

    City Council honors living legend

Soon the gym at the William C. Sims Sr. Neighborhood Center will be renamed to honor a living legend and longtime Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Department employee Ben Piggott.

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Suspect rams police car, evades officers

    Suspect rams police car, evades officers

While trying to elude officers with the Winston-Salem Police Department a suspect rammed an occupied police vehicle and managed to get away on Wednesday morning.

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Ryan urges graduates to search for truth

    Ryan urges graduates to search for truth

In the era of “fake news,” Fredrick J. Ryan Jr., publisher and chief editor of The Washington Post, told graduates at Wake Forest University to search for truth and not settle for basic answers.

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Earls delivers address during Freedom Fund Gala

    Earls delivers address during Freedom Fund Gala

Last week the local branch of the “oldest and boldest Civil Rights organization” held its annual Freedom Fund Gala to help support the next generation of freedom fighters and activists. 

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Where will they go?

    Where will they go?

While the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS) waits to hear back from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the 201 residents who call Crystal Towers home continue to cope with unsafe living conditions.

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