Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools announced Friday schools plan to reopen at the end of next month under the traditional school model with students in physical classrooms.
The Austin Peay State athletic department announced on June 24 its plans to curate an ambitious new all-sport indoor facility. It will feature 26,000 square feet of playing surface fit for football, baseball, softball and golf, with the school’s Director of Athletic Performance Christopher C…
Montgomery County resident Frank Willard celebrated his 103rd birthday COVID-19 style with a parade of well wishers shouting “happy birthday” and honking their horns in tribute.
After remaining dark for several months, the Roxy Regional Theater’s marquee was lit on Tuesday, June 9 to convey a simple message: Be The Light.
Following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, many in Clarksville have come together to protest racial injustices in the United States. Most recently, several black members of the community hosted the event dubbed “Breathe Clarksville” on Saturday at Veteran’s Plaza.
Soldiers and leaders of 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1stBrigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), honored generations of fallen heroes, May 21-22, during a test of endurance and grit to begin the Memorial Day weekend.
Since the annual National Police Week Memorial Ceremony was canceled this year, a small group of young men decided to do something private and special. On May 15 and without any fanfare, Miles Foster, Clayton Bollinger, Gareth Perez, Abram Fortson, Will Wilford, Corbin Watson and Curtis Wats…
The votes have been tallied and the results are in! Congratulations to all of our finalists in the 2020 Clarksville Main Street Awards. All finalists were nominated by our readers' and selected by their votes, naming each as one of Clarksville's favorite local businesses, people, places …
While still leading a statewide effort to produce face shields for medical workers battling the spread of coronavirus in Tennessee, Austin Peay’s geographic information systems center took on another potentially life-saving project.
Austin Peay State University’s ROTC Ranger Challenge team dominated in October at the Bold Warrior Challenge at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
During the Civil War, many former men who were slaves in the Clarksville area signed up to fight for their freedom as part of the Union Army.
The Drafts by Olasubomi Gallery will present the Art of Giving, an upscale, live auction event that will feature hand-selected artists, both local and out-of-state.
In honor of African-American History Month, the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library will offer a free African-American genealogy class Feb. 8 from 10-11:30 a.m.