Singer-songwriter Ed Bruce died Jan. 8 of natural causes in Clarksville. He was 81.
Clarksville police asked for the public's help to identify two suspects who entered a portable classroom at Pisgah Elementary School on Hazelwood Road and vandalized ceiling tiles and an interior door.
The Montgomery County Commission named Sharon T. Massey Grimes to fill the remaining term of her late husband, Judge Raymond Grimes, as general sessions and juvenile court judge.
A Clarksville resident who witnessed the takeover of the U.S. Capitol didn’t get what she bargained for when she decided to attend the Jan. 6 Trump support rally.
Clarksville police asked for the public's help to identify a man and woman who were involved in a commercial burglary that happened Dec. 25 at about 7:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of S. Riverside Drive.
A Clarksville resident who witnessed the takeover of the U.S. Capitol didn’t get what she bargained for when she decided to attend Wednesday’s rally.
Spam musubi, a $3 dish on the menu at Kimo’s Hawaiian Bar and Grill on Franklin Street in downtown Clarksville, needed a bigger plate last week when its musubi dish was enlarged to 1,120 pounds, breaking a world record that…
A Montgomery County man filed a federal lawsuit, claiming discrimination and retaliation under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 against the Hankook tire manufacturing plant in Clarksville.
Clarksville Fire and Rescue engineer Bobby Conner considers himself a bit of a history buff, but the nearly 22-year veteran was in for a surprise when a meet up with a friend led to a unique find of a piece…
Emergency officials said Dec. 28 that 911 services were restored for Clarksville and Montgomery County following a Christmas day explosion in downtown Nashville.
The COVID-19 pandemic earned the top spot in the listing of top stories of 2020 in Clarksville and Montgomery County, in addition to a multi-million dollar event center, the changing in leadership at Austin Peay State University and also a…
The body of Austin Peay nursing student Jasonah Crawford, 18, was inside a car removed from the frigid waters of the Cumberland River in Clarksville on Dec. 27, five days after her Nissan entered the water.
An active search started Dec. 22, after police said witnesses reported they saw a vehicle leave the road on Riverside Drive and go into the Cumberland River near Washington Street, just north of the R.J. Corman Bridge.
The old Demo’s restaurant building at 120 S. Hampton Place next to Buffalo Wild Wings in Clarksville in under renovation and will open in the spring as a Drake’s restaurant, with locations already in Franklin, Chattanooga, Knoxville and Bristol.