Two people are dead following an overnight home invasion in Clarksville. Officials say one of the deceased was a resident of the home, the other an intruder, according to a release by the Clarksville Police Department.
The Clarksville- Montgomery County Economic Development Council played host to members of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 31 for an informative “Soldier for a Day” experience at Fort Campbell.
The Governors Guard ROTC at Austin Peay State University sent three of its students to the Sabalauski Air Assault School at Fort Campbell, Kentucky during the summer.
Clarksville’s budding tradition of out-of-the-box events continued Nov. 1 with the second year of BIG Birdie Ball Tournament, an urban golf event through the downtown streets to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clarksville.
The 60th-annual Christmas parade, hosted by the city of Clarksville and Montgomery County government, will be Dec. 7 at 5 p.m. in downtown Clarksville.
Two Austin Peay State University graduate students recently swept the graduate paper awards at the Kentucky Communication Association and Tennessee Communication Association State Conference at Lake Barkley, Kentucky.
Former Austin Peay State University student Calvin Lockett was eliminated from NBC’s hit singing competition “The Voice” on Nov. 5.
Paul Nelson, a senior manager of the Clarksville Transit System who has served as interim director since July, was selected as its director, according to Mayor Joe Pitts.
Take the train an hour north from London to the town of Grantham, where Sir Isaac Newton once studied, and discover an ornate Victorian estate hidden deep in the countryside that’s often compared to fictional places like Downton Abbey and Hogwarts.
In 1976, the Clarksville National Majors Pirates, led by coach Freddie Petty became one of few teams in the league’s history to complete a perfect season with a 14-0 regular season record. (The team also defeated the league’s all-staff team in post season play). By most people’s account this…
Laura Barnett, Rossview Middle School principal, was named the inaugural Leadership Fellow for Austin Peay State University’s Eriksson College of Education earlier in the semester.
Local business and community leader Frank Lott was named the next executive director of the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center.
Austin Peay’s Ranger Challenge team entered the 7th Brigade ROTC Bold Warrior Challenge awards ceremony confident their performance had propelled them to the top or runner-up spot of the competition.
The Montgomery County Commission approved a resolution that would establish smoke-free guidelines on all of its governmental properties and prevent smoking and vaping from within 25 feet of each door of all county buildings.
Madison Street United Methodist Church in Clarksville recently received a $7,500 grant from the Golden Cross Foundation to start an iPad pilot project for older adults.
Dignitaries from the national, state and local levels took time Nov. 6 to celebrate the official opening of Google’s new $600 million data center in Montgomery County.
Judge Ray Grimes found probable cause in evidence presented by the state to send the case against Miguel Ruiz-Matiaz to a grand jury during a Nov. 12 preliminary hearing in general sessions court.
Aspire Clarksville Foundation chair Lawson Mabry, Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts and Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett announced Oct. 29 the Aspire Clarksville Foundation had secured more than $4.4 million in pledges for its Aspire VI “Connect” campaign.
It gets chilly around this time of year, and as the crisp autumn air slowly swirls with falling leaves, there’s nothing better than gathering around a fire to hear a hair-raising ghost story.