November 5, 2018

DavieLEADS – Building Momentum on Encouraging First Year Results

Davie County Schools is on a roll–an honor roll. The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has released its statewide End-of-Grade (EOG) test data for 2017-18, and Davie County has moved from 45th to 17th out of 115 districts in 3rd-grade reading proficiency.  Based on last year’s test results, Cooleemee Elementary is now in the top 4 percent of North Carolina elementary schools for academic growth, with a ranking of 47th out of 1,218 schools statewide. In addition, kindergarten readiness in Davie County has improved from 71 percent to 80 percent based on the Dial-4 screening assessment. These are just […]
November 2, 2018

6th Annual Best of Davie Awards – Vote Online today!

Everyone has their favorites – those businesses that take the time to get to know you and go above and beyond to meet your needs each and every time. It’s time again to give them the recognition they deserve by voting online today for the “2018 Best of Davie Awards.” We all know just how special our community is—and judging from all of the new businesses and enterprises choosing to locate here, it seems the word is starting to spread. The Davie County Chamber of Commerce is giving you a chance to highlight the businesses, services, and destinations that make […]
November 1, 2018

iShopDavie Gift Shopping Expo Today! 2:30 – 7 PM at WinMock!

The Davie County Chamber of Commerce is presenting the 5th Annual iSHOPDavie Gift Shopping Expo today Thursday, Nov. 1from 2:30-7 p.m. at WinMock at Kinderton, 168 E. Kinderton Way, Bermuda Run. Jumpstart your Christmas shopping! More than 50 vendors will showcase and sell their products and services.  Several local restaurants and caterers will be onsite offering a variety of food samplings and items to purchase. Davie County wines will be available by the glass. A $1 admission/donation will be collected at the door, and proceeds from wine sales and admission will be donated to Shop with a Cop and Toys […]
October 22, 2018

iShop Davie Gift Shopping Expo – Thursday, November 1 – Vendor Space Still Available!

The Davie County Chamber of Commerce is presenting the 5th Annual iSHOPDavie Gift Shopping Expo Thursday, Nov. 1 from 2:30-7 p.m. at WinMock at Kinderton, 168 E. Kinderton Way, Bermuda Run. Jumpstart your Christmas shopping! More than 50 vendors will showcase and sell their products and services.  Several local restaurants and caterers will be onsite offering a variety of food samplings and items to purchase. Davie County wines will be available by the glass. A $1 admission/donation will be collected at the door, and proceeds from wine sales and admission will be donated to Shop with a Cop and Toys […]
October 8, 2018

Students Explore Career Options as Davie County Celebrates Manufacturing Day 2018

To celebrate Manufacturing Day 2018, several local businesses and Davie County manufacturers provided a unique opportunity for all eighth-grade students in Davie County. On October 5th, students from Ellis, North Davie, and South Davie Middle Schools each toured two different locations including DEX Heavy Duty Parts, Gildan,  Ingersoll Rand, Pro Refrigeration, DCCC – Davie Campus, and WFBH-Davie Medical Center – Bermuda Run. Other students from all three schools spent their tour-time experiencing many different facets of Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. This is the second year Davie County has participated in National Manufacturing Day through the collaborative efforts of the Davie […]
September 27, 2018

Free Sounds on the Square Concert this Saturday in Bermuda Run – Special Occasion Band!

The Town of Bermuda Run will be alive with the sounds of beach music as Special Occasion Band (SOB) wraps up the “Sounds on the Square” concert series this Saturday night, September 29th, at 7 p.m. at the gazebo near Town Hall in the Kinderton Business Park. This is the final of five free summer concerts co-sponsored by the Town of Bermuda Run and the Davie County Arts Council. If You Love Beach Music Special Occasion Band is known throughout the Carolinas for its versatility and depth of talent. This Winston-Salem-based band has been together since the 80’s offering the […]
September 24, 2018

Federal $2 Million Economic Grant Targets Sewer Upgrades in Eastern Davie County

The need for additional sewer capacity in eastern Davie County has created roadblocks to commercial and residential growth for many years, but this limitation is coming to an end, thanks to the persistence of county leadership and a $2 million Economic Development Administration grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce. In the works for more than two years, the grant provides partial funding for an overhaul and expansion of the wastewater system increasing capacity from 750,000 gallons per day to 2,000,000 gallons per day with a contractual agreement with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County – City/County Utility Commission (CCUC) for 5,000,000 gallons […]
September 16, 2018

River walk Art Festival Town of Bermuda Run – Free Community Event – Saturday, September 22nd!

With amazing art, live music, and crafts and games for the kids, you will not want to miss the River Walk Art Festival this Saturday, September 22nd,  from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Town Square, 120 Kinderton Boulevard in the Town of Bermuda Run. This free family-friendly event will feature more than 45 artists and authors from across North Carolina who will be offering for sale visual art in various mediums, wood carving, pottery, handmade jewelry, woodworks, yard art, and books.   Live Music All Day! A day of art would not be complete without great music. The […]
September 12, 2018

Hurricane Florence Update

“The Town of Mocksville and Davie County Emergency Management continues to monitor the path of Hurricane Florence. Based on information received from the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center, Davie County should anticipate: Early Thursday morning: rain and the potential arrival of high winds. Friday through Sunday: sustained periods of heavy rain with the potential of 7-10 inches total accumulation with tropical storm force winds. Residents are encouraged to keep cell phones charged in advance of the storm. In the event that you experience a power outage, please DO NOT call 9-1-1. Outages can be reported to the […]