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The award-winning Rivers and Spires Festival is a community driven event that is organized by hundreds of dedicated volunteers each year.
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The former bookkeeper for a non-profit organization is accused of pocketing thousands of dollars after a two year investigation.
On Monday, April 14th, 2014 at 5:47pm, the Clarksville Police Department responded to the Rural King parking lot on Fort Campbell Boulevard in reference to an injured person.
Clarksville, TN -- Gateway Medical Center Volunteers have been honored as having one of Community Health Systems' top programs for 2013.
Clarksville Ward 10 Councilman Bill Summers will be presenting at the Sunset Rotary Club's weekly meeting on Tuesday, April 15th, at 6:30pm.
Montgomery County is under a Freeze Warning from midnight until 9 a.m. Wednesday.
John and Nikki Walsh have been collecting Civil War antiquities for many years. During that time they have established a museum quality collection of historic Civil War artifacts from throughout the middle Tennessee region.
While these failures were found not to be the fault of CDE, it has opened a floodgate of questions by Ward 10 constituents and many other residents and business people as I have held meetings and visits throughout Clarksville.
Clarksville, TN - Hope Pregnancy Center hosts the 3rd annual Ride for Life on Saturday, April 26. The ride begins and ends at Appleton Harley Davidson, one of the event's sponsors.
Clarksville's Doughboy will soon get marching orders. First, he has to get a new hand and gun.
Arson is suspected in a fire downtown Monday morning that destroyed about $5,000 worth of supplies but spared the building itself.
Two Clarksville men were arrested Friday after allegedly spraying a man in the face with pepper spray, hitting him with a pipe and a metal pan, and robbing him.
Dr. Dave Hippensteel believes there are few things as urgent today as a fitness revolution.
April Arts in Clarksville on Saturday opened with a portraiture workshop led by artist Brad Reagan at the Downtown Artists Cooperative.
The wine was poured, the glasses were swirled to bring out the aroma, and then tasted, all to decide which was the best during the 3rd annual Cheers for Charity event.
More than 37 freshmen students from the Academy of Plants and Animal Systems at Montgomery Central High School visited three places on Friday as part of their education of soil conservation.