Two people are dead and a teenager was injured after a tense scene late Thursday night, as Tiny Town Road was shut down after Clarksville police responded to a shots-fired call in the 1200 block of Dandelion Court.
The Montgomery County Commission approved a controversial subdivision under development on Hickory Point Road just south of Highway 12 on Sept. 9 in a split decision that required the mayor’s vote to carry it.
Police want to identify a woman who used a lost or stolen debit card multiple times at different locations throughout Clarksville.
In 1855, during the carnage of the Crimean War, a British newspaper man named John MacDonald crept through a dark hospital in Turkey, trying not to disturb hundreds of sick and wounded soldiers. To keep from getting lost or bumping into beds, he followed a young woman through the building, p…
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Austin Peay State University alumnus Dr. Edward W. Chester (’62) recently made a gift of $100,000 to the Austin Peay Foundation to establish the Bonnie M. Chester Endowment to honor the memory of his late wife. Chester gave an additional $8,000 to fund scholarships durin…
A Clarksville man was arrested Wednesday, Aug. 21, for allegedly posting threats online to “shoot up” a Planned Parenthood facility in Washington D.C. The announcement was made by U.S. Attorney Jessie K. Liu, U.S. Attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee, and Timothy Slater,…
Montgomery County Government is completing an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan. A public comment period will be held Sept. 17, 2019, to Oct. 18, 2019.
On behalf of my wife, Ellen, and our company, Main Street Media of Tennessee, please allow me to share with you how excited we are to be launching a new weekly newspaper, Main Street Clarksville.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals in a ruling on Friday, Aug. 16, put much-needed limits around the so-called investigative exemption that has been used by the state to cloak otherwise public records.
The genesis of the idea formed when NASA brought a tactile guide to Austin Peay’s campus during the run-up to the 2017 solar eclipse.
Clarksville High celebrates after defeating Rossview, 24-10, during the season opener Friday night at Hilda J. Richardson Field. For coverage of this game, as well as sports action from around Montgomery County, see Sports. ROBERT SMITH
Three Montgomery Countians were recognized at the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution public service awards ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 8.
Austin Peay graduate Lynn Von Hagen’s work with elephants in the Kenyan bush is the culmination of a dream for her.