As students and faculty prepare for the upcoming winter break at Austin Peay State University, a new internal campaign asks them to help conserve energy before they leave.
Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County dedicated its 100th Clarksville-area home Nov. 21, less than a week before Thanksgiving.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation recently received a four-star award from the Tennessee Recreation and Parks Association for the renovation of the pavilion at Billy Dunlop Park.
Farmers interested in starting new enterprises or expanding their direct marketing opportunities are invited to participate in free virtual workshops coordinated by the University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture.
Clarksville police asked for the public's help to identify two women involved in a shoplifting incident Nov. 24 at about 6:20 p.m. from a business in the 2800 block of Wilma Rudolph Boulevard.
The lack of substitute teachers has nearly crippled the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System as it navigates sending students and teachers home due to positive COVID-19 tests and cross-tracing protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Jeff Tyndall, director of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Regional Planning Commission, reported growth in the 2020 Census early self-response numbers.
Campbell Heights Trailer Park residents recently received a second eviction notice, but this one awards them more time to pack up and move from the Darrow Road mobile home park.
The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System will have 13% more students who plan to return to the classroom next semester after winter break, according to Director of Schools Millard House.
Judge Raymond Grimes, a general sessions and juvenile judge in Montgomery County and a former Montgomery County commissioner, died Nov. 26 after he was hospitalized with COVID-19 for several days. He was 73.
Gov. Bill Lee’s unified command group will make more COVID-19 testing options available for Tennesseans statewide leading up to and just after Thanksgiving.
Anyone interested in earning a college degree without becoming overwhelmed with student debt needs to give Austin Peay State University a fresh look.
The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development and Visit Clarksville honored the Roxy Regional Theatre and Grammy award-winning banjoist Charlie Cushman in his hometown with the unveiling of Tennessee Music Pathways markers.
A federal judge sentenced a Clarksville man to prison last week for giving false testimony during the trial of local Gangster Disciple members, according to U.S. attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee.