Austin Peay State University recognized more than 2,000 students, including more than 1,000 from Montgomery County, who were named to the dean's list for academic achievement during the fall semester.
Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton appointed Deputy Speaker Curtis Johnson to serve on the Southern Legislative Conference executive committee.
Clarksville police Chief David Crockarell, Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts and Tennova Healthcare-Clarksville CEO Alex Villa presented the Clarksville Jeep Crew with a citizens’ commendation, along with police and mayor’s challenge coins, to thank the group for their efforts to serve the Clarksv…
For years, the area behind Ellington Hall was considered one of the least attractive spots on the Austin Peay State University campus.
Austin Peay State University’s nursing faculty and students started administering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine March 2 to members of the Montgomery County community.
Federal money designated in the COVID-19 Rent Relief Act of 2020 is available to support renters who struggle to pay rent, utilities or other home energy costs because of lost wages and income as a result of the pandemic.
Don Cochran, U.S. attorney for Middle Tennessee, dropped by Clarksville police headquarters Feb. 25 to present awards for excellence to four officers for their work during an investigation and prosecution of a man with an extensive and violent criminal history that dated back to 2001. The in…
Following a brief hiatus due to Gov. Bill Lee’s executive orders that limited gatherings, movies will return to the Roxy Regional Theatre in downtown Clarksville.
Parker is a 2-year-old neutered male. He was micro-chipped, and his rabies vaccines are up to date. Parker is described as a sweet angel with lots of energy to play outside. He would make a good running partner and is great with children. Parker is at the Montgomery County Animal Control’s C…
(The Center Square)—The Tennessee Senate approved legislation Feb. 22 that would allow Gov. Bill Lee to order schools to offer in-person learning.
Lawmakers in at least three states, including Tennessee, have introduced bills that would bar public agencies from publicly disclosing information about nonprofit donors, and experts said donor disclosure issues remain under-the-radar but could have major implications.
Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands announced it is a partner of Safe at Home, the Tennessee Secretary of State’s free statewide address confidentiality program.
(The Center Square) – Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn told a panel of state senators she anticipates the state will receive an additional $2.3 billion to $2.6 billion in federal education funds in a third round of federal COVID-19 relief.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation played host to its fourth-annual Teacher of the Year Awards, and English teacher Jessica Drudy from Montgomery Central High School received the top prize and given keys to a new car.
Two state lawmakers have filed a bill to allow state and local election commissions to use fingerprints to verify voter identity at the polls.
Clarksville Fire Rescue firefighters battled a house fire Feb. 24 on Powell Road. The structure fire began shortly after 10:30 a.m. and caused the road to be closed to traffic . Battalion 1 crews from Stations 8,9,12 and 2 helped to put out the blaze, according to CFR spokesperson Michael Ri…
Authorities identified human remains discovered March 2 on Kennedy Road in Clarksville as Justin Tyler Sawyer, a 20-year-old Rossview High School graduate who went missing in December.