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About: clarksville, tennessee

The fifth largest city in Tennessee, Clarksville was named after Revolutionary War General George Rogers Clark, who was also the brother of William Clark of Lewis and Clark fame. The city is home to the oldest bank in the state of Tennessee, the Northern Bank from 1854. Attraction sin Clarksville include the Roxy Theatre, Clarksville Speedway, and Historic Collinsville, a restored village representing what life was like for early settlers in the area.

Population: 119284
Local Newspapers: The Leaf-Chronicle
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Local Colleges: Austin Peay State University American Baptist College

Zip Codes associated with clarksville, tennessee: 37040 37042 37043
Towns/Cities near clarksville, tennessee : Guthrie KY Adams Springfield Plasant View Oak Grove KY Fort Campbell Cumberland City

Clarksville News
Clarksville Police reports Timothy Howell in custody for robbing 81 Year Old Woman

Clarksville Police have identified and secured a Robbery Warrant for the man responsible for robbing an 81 year old woman in Clarksville. The police's investigation lead to Timothy Howell being identified as the man who committed the robbery.

The New Gallery at APSU presents "John Douglas Powers: The Four Winds"

Clarksville, TN - The New Gallery, with support from the Austin Peay State University Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts and the APSU Department of Art + Design, is continuing its exciting 2017-18 season with its newest exhibition, "John Douglas Powers: The Four Winds." Powers, who made a name for himself with large-scale, intricate and finely crafted kinetic sculptures, is coming to The New Gallery fresh off of a year-long Guggenheim Fellowship.

Urgent Team opens Walk-In Urgent Care Center in Clarksville

After snow and ice delays, Urgent Team , one of the Southeast's largest independent operators of urgent and family care centers, has finally opened in Clarksville at 1690 Fort Campbell Boulevard in front of Walmart. This new urgent care center provides urgent and family care, as well as wellness services, on a walk-in basis.

A woman was caught on surveillance camera cashing checks she had...

Clarksville police seek assistance identifying a woman who passed four forged checks stolen in Mt. Juliet from a woman's backpack.

Clarksville Gas and Water Department plans Meter Reading for Saturday, January 20th

The Clarksville Gas and Water Department will be reading meter routes on Saturday, January 20th, 2018 from 7:00am until 3:30pm. The revised meter reading schedule will help make-up for lost reading time due to recent inclement weather.

Soldier charged in hunting accident

An off-duty soldier who was hunting in Pasquotank County last month is facing criminal charges after a woman riding in a pickup truck was injured by a stray bullet allegedly fired from his high-powered rifle. Clement Gray, 21, of Clarksville, Tennessee, is charged with negligent hunting, reckless use of a firearm and violating centerfire hunting rifle regulations, Pasquotank District Court records show.

54-count indictment handed down to 15 gang members in Clarksville

Twelve of the gang members are accused in a racketeering conspiracy while three others are also accused in large-scale drug trafficking and Hobbs Act robberies. The indictments were first announced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions with a formal announcement in Clarksville led by U.S. Attorney Don Cochran of the Middle District of Tennessee.

City of Clarksville considering a Bike/Walk Advocacy Group

The success of Clarksville Parks and Recreation's BCycle bike-sharing program has inspired interest in creating an organization to promote a more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly community. Like-minded local residents, businesses, clubs and agencies are invited to meet at 6:00pm February 20th, 2018 at Liberty Park's Freedom Point to discuss forming a bicycle and pedestrian advocacy group.

Top safety mistakes you make and dona t even know it

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - No one deserves to be victimized and it's not your fault if you are a victim.

Clarksville Police are searching for Identity Thief

Clarksville Police are trying to identify a woman who withdrew over $8,000 from a bank which did not belong to her. On January 5th, 2018, a woman, identifying herself as Brenda Molinet entered a Clarksville bank and requested bank statements for her accounts.

City of Clarksville battles storm's second wave

City of Clarksville street, transportation and public safety departments remained fully staffed Tuesday to provide services and protection to residents even as City Government offices closed amid a second wave of snow and hazardous travel conditions across the region. "I want to compliment the hard work of our Street and Public Safety departments battling the impact of the storm," Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan said at midday Tuesday.

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office releases Video of Road Conditions early Tuesday morning

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office has released a time-lapse dash cam video from Deputy Jason Daniels' drive into work this morning. The video is from Seven Mile Ferry Road to downtown Clarksville, from the outlying county into the city.

Clarksville Police make arrests in Fort Campbell Boulevard Homicide

Clarksville Police have arrested two men for the homicide which occurred at 3193 Fort Campbell Boulevard, Independence Place Apartments on Sunday, January 14th, 2018. The victim of the homicide was Keondre Jenkins, 20. During the course of their investigation and based on witness interviews, detectives determined Jamarcus Edwards, 21 was the driver of a vehicle and provided a handgun to Prince-Jamal Ligon, 20, who shot Keondre Jenkins.

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan reflects on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Clarksville, TN - Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan shares this message in celebration of the birth of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.: Around Monday's national holiday, as a community, we pause to reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He had a special insight and clarity, and many of the words he spoke more than five decades ago still inspire us today. One of my favorite quotes of his is this: "I come to say to you this afternoon, however difficult the moment, however frustrating the hour, it will not be long, because 'truth crushed to earth will rise again.'

Light Snow Will Impact Travel Across Clarksville-Montgomery County Late Today Through Tuesday

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Clarksville-Montgomery County as well as parts of Middle Tennessee beginning this afternoon and continuing through Tuesday. Snow is expected to begin over Clarksville-Montgomery County and northwest Middle Tennessee this afternoon and spread over most of the remainder of the area tonight.

City of Clarksville Departments work the Winter Storm

City of Clarksville Government offices were closed Friday because of the winter storm that brought ice, snow and hazardous travel conditions to Middle Tennessee. But the City's street, transportation and public safety departments remained fully staffed and engaged to provide services and protection to Clarksville residents.

Customs House Museum & Cultural Center closed Friday and Saturday due to hazardous weather

The Customs House Museum & Cultural Center has announced that for the safety of their patrons, they will be closed this Friday, January 12th. 2018 and Saturday, January 13th due to the winter weather.

City of Clarksville prepares for Friday's winter storm

The Clarksville-Montgomery County school district has already closed as a precaution, and the county is under a Winter Storm Warning. Visit wkrn.com/closings for a full list of school closures and delays.

Clarksville Police have New Suspect Photos of Man Who Robbed an 81 Year Old Woman

Clarksville Police continue to track down leads in the robbery of an 81 year old Clarksville woman on December 16th, 2017. CPD just obtained photos from a Rivergate Mall store where the woman's credit card was used on December 16th.

Clarksville Gas and Water reports Dunbar Cave Road Water Outage

Clarksville Gas and Water has turned off water service on a section of Dunbar Cave Road between Auburn Drive and Basham Lane for emergency water main repair in cooperation with the Warfield Boulevard highway widening and water main upgrade contractor work. Residents in the surrounding vicinity may also be affected by the water outage or low water pressure during the repair work.

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