Joe and Cathi Maynard made a transformational commitment to give $2 million in the course of 10 years to establish the Joe and Cathi Maynard Family Fund of Excellence at Austin Peay State University.
Dozens of area middle schoolers already have taken advantage of the summer’s Google-supported coding camps at Austin Peay State University.
The Felix G. Woodward Library celebrates the diversity of Austin Peay State University students, staff and faculty during Pride Month in June.
LaNeeça R. Williams, chief diversity officer and Title IX coordinator at Austin Peay State University, was among the 21 faculty and staff members from colleges and universities across Tennessee selected to participate in the 2021-22 class of the Maxine Smith Fellows program.
Austin Peay State University will play host to its inaugural Juneteenth celebration, “Juneteenth Freedom Day Unchained,” on June 17 at 6 p.m. at the University’s Spirit Rock across from the Dunn Center.
There is little doubt Clarksville and Montgomery County have seen remarkable business and population growth in recent years.
The Governor’s School for Computational Physics returned for the 13th straight year to Austin Peay State University last week, but this year brought something new – a sense of normalcy.
The Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations voted unanimously, 20-0, to begin a comprehensive study of litter pollution in the state.
(The Center Square)—A new report from the Sycamore Institute shows Tennessee collects nearly $38 million annually in fines and fees through the criminal justice system, while county governments collect a shrinking amount in fines and fees.
(The Center Square)—The more than 1,100 nonprofit organizations in the 13-county Nashville region contributed $14.4 billion to the regional gross domestic product, according to an economic impact study by the Center for Nonprofit Management.
CHATTANOOGA—A court in Hamilton County has set up a new pilot program, giving people with unpaid medical bills an option to negotiate online to resolve disputes without having to enter a courtroom.
(The Center Square)—As Tennessee prepares to send out an additional $45 million in federal coronavirus relief to small businesses before the end of the year, those businesses should know they won’t be taxed on any relief that comes as part of the state’s Supplemental Employer Recovery Grant program.
(The Center Square)—A new report from the U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee said Tennessee will miss out on $486 million going into its local economy when Gov. Bill Lee ends the state’s participation in the federal unemployment pandemic relief program.
(The Center Square)—A new federal lawsuit claims a Tennessee farmer was discriminated against because he is not eligible for federal loan forgiveness available to only “non-whites.”
(The Center Square)—Gov. Bill Lee and Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds sent a letter June 10 to U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member Sen. Chuck Grassley, offering support for oversight hearings on the Biden administration's handling of unaccompanied migrant children.
Divisive party politics continued to dominate attitudes among Tennessee residents on key social issues, including the state’s response to COVID-19, willingness to get vaccinated and questions about whether the 2020 presidential election was “stolen,” according to the latest Vanderbilt University poll.
About 350 retirees attended the 2019 Annual Retiree Appreciation Day and just as many people, if not more, are expected to attend the event this year.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System developed a plan to use specifically allocated federally provided funds, referred to as ESSER 3.0, beginning in the upcoming school year.
An incident that led to the killing of Kahilil Robinson happened May 16 at 5:41 p.m. on Peachers Mill Road, and Clarksville homicide unit detectives requested the public’s help to identify the suspect’s vehicle.
Leaders from Nashville State Community College and TCAT Dickson-Clarksville met at TCAT Clarksville to sign an articulation agreement to allow eligible TCAT students in digital graphic design to transfer credits toward an associate’s degree in visual communications at Nashville State.
Clarksville police asked for the public’s help to identify two suspects involved in a theft that happened May 9 at 9:26 a.m. at the Exxon at 1115 Hwy. 76.