Several Austin Peay State University athletics officials and coaches have issued statements in light of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the ensuing protests that occurred across the country, including in Clarksville.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee appeared briefly at President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 press conference on Thursday, April 30, which focused on protecting seniors, especially at nursing homes.
This is a summary of a presentation President Donald Trump held Tuesday, April 28 on supporting small businesses.
This is a summary of the White House COVID-19 briefing from April 23 with news on the stimulus and what kills the virus, including sunlight, UV, isopropyl alcohol and bleach. Also, the White House is calling for the restarting of elective surgeries when possible.
This is a summary of President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 press conference on April 21. Nursing homes continue to have outbreaks. The Senate passed another stimulus bill, with action pending in the House.
Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts planned a state of emergency for the city Wednesday to facilitate an effective local response to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Austin Peay State University suspended classes until March 23 and then will move classes strictly online in response to the COVID-19 or coronavirus pandemic, university president Alisa White said Thursday in a letter.
Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools officials issued a response and plans via email Thursday to combat the spread of COVID-19 or more commonly known as the coronavirus.
Police want to identify a woman who used a lost or stolen debit card multiple times at different locations throughout Clarksville.