A new Gold Star Families memorial monument to honor the families of servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives while serving in the military is currently planned at Fort Campbell.
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security held the Three Stars of Tennessee awards and first responder recognition ceremony last week.
In the last 50 years, the U.S. suffered from a growing teacher shortage, with fewer and fewer college students majoring in education.
There are free industrial readiness training program opportunities available for those looking for a career.
This fall, Austin Peay State University interim president Dannelle Whiteside is partnering with Austin Peay’s office of equity, access and inclusion and the university’s diversity committee for a new, campus-wide initiative – “A Place at Our Table.”
Clarksville Transit System will conduct an online public meeting to answer questions from its passengers, stakeholders and the community and to take suggestions about ways to improve its services.
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.
In the three days since the last COVID-19 update in Montgomery County, the area has gained 61 new cases or approximately 20 per day. There was one new death and 58 classified as recovered/inactive.
Clarksville police detectives charged two suspects with two counts each of aggravated robbery after the men apparently used online dating sites and apps to meet up with people to rob them.
Clarksville police asked for the public’s help to find suspects involved in an aggravated assault where shots were fired Sept. 1 at about 7:45 p.m. in the 1300 block of Viewmont Drive.
Fire Chief Freddie Montgomery and Mayor Joe Pitts led a ceremony Sept. 11 to honor fallen firefighters and police officers and the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
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 years.
Tennessee will hold school districts harmless when it comes to enrollment numbers for purposes of BEP funding, and people receiving unemployment benefits soon will have to show they are searching for jobs, Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday.
36 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Montgomery County on Monday. There was one new death and seven inactive/recovered cases. The county's positive test rate is 8.22 percent.