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The spring flood outlook for 2014 is average across Middle Tennessee for the spring of 2014.
An area off of Rossview Road near the site of the planned Hankook Tire plant, and just outside of the city limits, is an architectural consultant's recommended location for a "Clarksville Athletic Complex" that would encompass more than 150 acres.
Manna Cafe Ministries on Thursday announced a big new goal: to open a new homeless shelter in Clarksville.
Untarped loads, a common sight in Montgomery County, could lead to large fines for violators, even if nothing actually falls out, according to the MCSO Environmental Enforcement Division.
Her mother, Felicia Harris, calls her, "a new face of the medical marijuana debate," referring to Lexy Harris, 6, who suffers from intractable epileptic seizures as a result of Dravet Syndrome, currently being treated with other drugs.
The eternal battle of the sexes takes a witty and suspenseful turn in the Roxy Regional Theatre's 29th annual Shakespeare offering, the timeless comedy "Much Ado About Nothing", March 7th-15th.
For the second-straight day, the weather forecast failed to match reality in Clarksville, and the end result is even more delays in snow and ice removal, and another day without school in Clarksville-Montgomery County.
Forty years ago, an Austin Peay State University professor decided something should be done to preserve old-time bluegrass music for the coming generations.
March 5, 2014 - The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Austin Peay State University College of Business, is pleased to announce the inaugural Educating Our Entrepreneurs event, sponsored by Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union.
Prudential PenFed Realty's award winning Property Management Division receives recognition from one of the largest resource networks for property management services.
Clarksville, TN - Art by local watercolourist Patsy Sharpe will be on display at thePlanters Bank-Hilldale Gallery from Friday, March 7 - Wednesday, April 2. "My love of nature and all things natural is the basis for most of my art.
Produced by The Downtown Clarksville Association, First Thursday Art Walk is a free, self-guided tour spanning a five-block radius that combines visual art, live music, engaging events and more.
An Atlanta man was arrested Monday evening after he allegedly kicked in the door of a local business after his truck ran out of gas and became stuck in mud.
Bluegrass and old-time music players and fans will fill the hallways of Rossview High School this weekend for the 40th annual State of Tennessee Old-Time Fiddlers' Championships.
A Clarksville man was indicted by the Montgomery County grand jury and accused of possessing child pornography.