March 14, 2020
Important notice about coronavirus from Town of Mocksville

Town of Mocksville Important Notice Regarding Public Meetings

Important Bulletin from the Town of Mocksville: March 14, 2020 PUBLIC NOTICE  To:      Town of Mocksville Residents From: Mocksville Mayor and Board of Commissioners Re:      Precautionary Measures for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) As many of you are aware, the President has declared a National State of Emergency and the Governor has declared a State of Emergency for North Carolina due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Town of Mocksville is working closely with the State and Davie County to provide a comprehensive message for preemptive measures to mitigate the spread of the virus. Included with this notice is […]
January 13, 2020
Pianist to the Presidents David Osborne and his Steinway piano

David Osborne Trio Returns to Davie County

David Osborne Trio –“Pianist to the Presidents” at Brock Performing Arts Center on Saturday, January 25th Tickets Available Now! Music enthusiasts are in for a rare treat when David Osborne, “Pianist to the Presidents,” takes the stage at the Brock Performing Arts Center on Saturday, January 25th at 7:30 pm. His blend of romantic, classical, jazz, pop, inspirational, patriotic, and Broadway show tunes is guaranteed to wow music lovers of all ages. Making their third appearance at the Brock due to requests from its patrons, the Davie Arts Council looks forward to welcoming the David Osborne Trio back to Davie […]
March 22, 2012

Unemployment Figures Released

The unemployment rate increased in 95 of North Carolina’s 100 counties for January 2012 while Davie County’s unemployment rate decreased from 10.4% to 10.3%. Over the last twelve months, unemployment rates increased in 58 counties, decreased in 35 counties and remained the same in seven counties.  Davie County’s unemployment rate decreased. The state-wide unadjusted unemployment rate was 10.5 percent in January 2012. Seasonal factors contributed to an increase in county unemployment rates across North Carolina in January.  “Seasonal losses in retail as well as the leisure and hospitality sector contributed to gains in the unemployment rates,” said N.C. Department of […]