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Recent articles by Scott:

Winston-Salem police: Man shot to death Monday night during a fight near FTCC campus

A 35-year-old man was shot to death late Monday night, the ninth killing of the year, police said. → Read More

Sticks and stones: Greensboro ice rink an unlikely place to be hotbed for curling

A Greensboro ice rink is an unlikely place to be a hotbed for curling. → Read More

Two Things: A pop-up lake fills city park, linking a perk to new neighborhoods and playing politics

If life hands over a lemon, squeeze it. And if design issues create a mud lake, call it a park and ford it. → Read More

Two Things: Small memorials make a big difference; beating COVID and backhoes

Happy Thursday. Might be a mite windy out of doors this afternoon. → Read More

Two Things: Helping provide a hand up to entrepreneurs and helping a family through tragedy

Happy Tuesday. → Read More

One dead, another injured in bar shooting

One person was killed and a second wounded in a shooting inside the Burke Street Pub early Thursday morning. → Read More

Two Things: Curling, fetid leaves and hit-and-run driving

Made it to Thursday. That’s all we got today. → Read More

Shooting leads to crash, two injured

Two people were injured by gunfire early Monday in the 2800 block of Thomasville Road, Winston-Salem police said. → Read More

12-year-old girl dies from gunshot wound

A 12-year-old girl died Sunday night after being shot during a fight, Winston-Salem police said. → Read More

Two Things: Making progress step by step, a chance for mercy and a message worth hearing

No doubt you’re aware that today is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, an observed national holiday since 1986. → Read More

Two Things: Mining for helpful data in the unlikeliest of places and back to school again

Wheezing, sputtering and gasping for air, but we made it. Happy Friday. → Read More

Small business owner struggles with an exit strategy

The end of the line for a small business owner who started with $40 and a dream approaches. → Read More

Two Things: C'mon big money and loons on the run

Don’t quit your day job. But do daydream some. You can’t win if you don’t play. → Read More

Two Things ... Guns, raffles and public spending, a fast digest of items of interest to the Triad

Happy Thursday. We see you lurking over there, weekend. It won’t be long. → Read More

Two Things: Sad parallels in a football-related tragedy, Duke Energy apologizes and more

Wednesday morning is like standing on a step stool getting ready to ride a camel … we’re almost over the hump. → Read More

Two Things: A wisecracking look at items of interest for Triad residents

It’s a New Year. Get out of the house; you won’t regret it. → Read More

Two Things: 'A good roof' and other items of interest to the Triad

Happy Thursday, people. We’re almost there. → Read More

Two (very cold) Things: A quick, easy morning roundup of items of interest to the Triad

Ready or not, here it comes. There’s just the one day left to shop, if you’re that guy. → Read More

Two Things: A quick, painless and occasionally odd roundup of items of interest to the Triad

A massive storm system began smothering the nation overnight, moving east gradually where it promises to create travel headaches over the hills and through the woods on one of the busiest travel days of the year. What you probably don’t know - and what we here at Two Things World HQ couldn’t wait to share - is that in addition to the mountains of road salt, other places staring down the barrel… → Read More

Two things: A quick, painless roundup of items of interest to the Triad

Parents in, say, Alleghany, Mount Airy, Wilkes, Surry and Yadkin counties may be recovering from an unexpected morning scramble when school systems implemented a two-hour delay. Heavy fog, wet roads, perhaps even patches of black ice prompted the move. Naturally, a number of households were forced into a flurry of calls to the boss and grandma - Gonna be a few minutes late today; Can you watch… → Read More