Posts From Tevin Stinson

Gentrification Symposium creates platform for serious conversation

    Gentrification Symposium creates platform for serious conversation

Last week dozens of community stakeholders came together to discuss the root causes and solutions to a phenomenon that is taking hold of communities across the country and has the potential to do the same here in Winston-Salem – gentrification.

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City staff, WSPD looking for solutions to combat violent crimes

    City staff, WSPD looking for solutions to combat violent crimes

In response to the rise in shootings and other violent crimes in the area, the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) and the City Council is looking to expand several initiatives that are already in place, including one that will help restore suspended drivers’ licenses for qualified residents.

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Shepherd’s Center’s client rides in style to mark 47,000th trip provided by volunteers

    Shepherd’s Center’s client rides in style to mark 47,000th trip provided by volunteers

Shepherd’s Center’s client rides in style to mark 47,000th trip provided by volunteers

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Winston Lake Friends host Senior Royal Revue

    Winston Lake Friends host Senior Royal Revue

Dozens of members of the Winston Lake Friends Association came together at the Elks Lodge #449 last week to show off their talents and fashion sense during the fifth annual Senior Royal Revue Talent and Fashion Show.

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Local entrepreneur turns dreams into reality

    Local entrepreneur turns dreams into reality

Local entrepreneur turns dreams into reality

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Panthers Speak

    Panthers Speak

Panthers Speak: Winston-Salem Chapter of the Black Panther Party celebrates 50th Anniversary

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FCSO, Chris Paul Family Foundation make donation to North Hills Elementary

    FCSO, Chris Paul Family Foundation make donation to North Hills Elementary

Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Forsyth County Sheriffs Office (FCSO) and Chris Paul Family Foundation, 500 students at North Hills Elementary School (NHES) received a brand new pair of shoes last week.

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Council approves ‘Carolina Classic Fair’

    Council approves ‘Carolina Classic Fair’

For the foreseeable future, the name of city’s annual fair will be the Carolina Classic Fair.

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City Council approves sale of land for new Ashley elementary school

    City Council approves sale of land for new Ashley elementary school

City Council approves sale of land for new Ashley elementary school

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Mandatory African American History course receives only one vote

    Mandatory African American History course receives only one vote

After listening to the cries from the community for nearly four years and listening to nearly 30 different individuals call for a mandatory African American History course during the Board of Education meeting earlier this week, the board voted 7-1 not to make the course a requirement.

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