Clarksville police asked for the public's help to identify two suspects responsible for multiple vehicle burglaries between Sept. 10-11 in the Summerhaven subdivision. The suspects went through the neighborhood and checked vehicle door handles looking for those left unlocked. Anyone…
Clarksville police asked for the public's help to identify an suspect involved in the theft of a white 2018 Harley-Davidson Road Glide motorcycle. It was taken Sept. 12 at about 1 a.m. from the parking lot of a business at…
The Clarksville City Council continued to approve more housing for an already busy traffic area on Whitfield Road near 101st Airborne Division Parkway and also Needmore Road, with traffic improvements planned for the area.
Montgomery County sheriff’s investigators charged a former Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools contract coach for giving a controlled substance to a student.
While the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic remains, Clarksville Parks and Recreation adapted the traditional three-day Riverfest celebration into nearly two weeks of in-person and virtual events.
The Montgomery County Commission approved the first of two readings necessary to increase the wheel tax by $25 to fund the construction of a new school on Rossview Road and additional construction projects planned for schools in the next five…
With its first week of the school year behind them, both students and teachers continue to move through the second week, operating in unique circumstances of a continuing pandemic.
Elique Camacho, 23, of Clarksville, was sentenced Aug. 31 in U.S. District Court to 10 years in prison for possession of a firearm after he was convicted for domestic violence, according U.S. attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of…
An elderly man who used diesel fuel and saddle soap to clean his couch caused a fire at his apartment in the 2200 block of Old Ashland City Road, according to fire officials.
Even though faces were covered, it was obvious students had smiles under masks Aug. 31 at Norman Smith Elementary School and across Montgomery County. Clarksville-Montgomery County schools began Monday and Tuesday with half days of school. Wednesday was the first…
The Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission reprimanded a downtown Clarksville bar, resulted in a suspension of its liquor license for six months.
In response to a year filled with COVID-19 interruptions, Clarksville’s Custom House Museum and Cultural Center launched a virtual giving campaign to replace its annual fundraising event.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System plans to move ahead with building a new three-school campus east of Interstate 24 at Exit 8 on Rossview Road that’s designed to help alleviate overcrowding issues in the district.
The Austin Peay State University board of trustees selected a 23-member presidential search committee to help select the university’s 11th president by year’s end.
With positive tests of the COVID-19 virus, schools reopening could turn out to be a bit of a lackluster event next week as Clarksville-Montgomery County Director of Schools Millard House already expects quarantines and shutdowns.
There was a happy ending Aug. 19 in the search for an elderly man who went missing from his Adams home early Aug. 18 on Stroudsville Road in Montgomery County.
Clarksville Crime Stoppers, a cooperative program that involves citizens, media and police agencies in the fight against crime, recently installed the first of five information kiosks to aid the organization’s outreach to the community.
Dennis Newburn, who has more than 25 years of experience as a community development professional, was named director of Clarksville’s office of housing and community development.
In a split decision, the Montgomery County Commission voted down a resolution to establish Juneteenth as a legal paid holiday for Montgomery County government and its employees to begin June 19.