Troy Davis

Troy Davis named Rocky Mount’s 2022 Main Street Champion

ROCKY MOUNT -— Developer Troy Davis is Rocky Mount’s 2022 Main Street Champion. Davis was recognized Thursday during the N.C. Main Street virtual conference. Davis was nominated for the honor in November by Rocky Mount’s Central City Revitalization Panel. A Rocky Mount native, Davis has invested more...
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Frederick Commentary: Be very glad you never ran into Troy Davis

Sincerely, I hope I’m not the only one in Marin struck by the bizarre rhetoric of California politicians rushing to talk tough on crime at year’s end. San Francisco Mayor London Breed leads the league in this hypocrisy with this often repeated statement: “It is time that the reign of criminals who are destroying our city come to an end. And it comes to an end when we take the steps to be more aggressive with law enforcement and less tolerant of all the bullsh*t that has destroyed our city.”

Troy Davis

Troy H. Davis, 83, of Woodville, passed away Friday, August 13, 2021 at his residence in Woodville, Texas. Visitation will be held Tuesday, August 17, 2021 beginning at 10 a.m. until service time at 11 a.m. at Stringer & Griffin Funeral Home Chapel in Woodville with burial following at Davis Cemetery in Colmesneil, Texas. Officiating will be Brother "Kornbread" Cowart. Serving as pallbearers will be Alexander Louvier, Mark Blood, Michael Louvier, Matt Pepper, Madden Pepper and Willie Pepper.

Memorial This Friday to Honor Vernal PD Cpl. Troy Davis

A well known and respected community member passed away unexpectedly this week from a health condition and the community is invited to a memorial in his honor this Friday at the Uintah Conference Center. A memorial for Vernal Police Department Cpl. Troy Davis will be displayed from Friday, July 16th at noon until the afternoon of July 17th. Cpl. Davis’ patrol car will be there on display and anyone is welcome to come leave a kind note, memento or condolences for his family. “Throughout his many years of service to the Vernal Police Department and this community, Cpl. Troy Davis touched many lives,” shares Vernal PD. “He loved the students that he taught and protected throughout his years as a DARE and NOVA instructor and a school resource officer. His passing will leave a void in our department, community and the Uintah School District that will never be filled.” For any that would like to help the family, a GoFundMe page has been set up under the name ‘Support for the Davis Family’.