About 300 of Clarksville’s most financially vulnerable residents — many of them elderly — recently discovered that they are facing the conundrum of finding new housing in the midst of a pandemic.
Closures related to COVID-19 cases continue to ripple across local governments in Tennessee. Clarksville’s police department is the latest to close public access to its lobbies after several positive tests among office staff. The closure will run at least until Oct. 24.
The majority of the most famous cartoon princess characters are white, and that fact has never been comfortable for the actresses and leaders of a small company in Clarksville. So it’s shaking up how it casts.
The phased reopening of Clarksville and surrounding Montgomery County will include an extensive permitting process for businesses.
This is WPLN’s latest live blog, which will be updated regularly with news on the spread of coronavirus in Tennessee.
This blog will be updated regularly with the latest on the spread of coronavirus in Tennessee.
Listen / Residents in the City of Clarksville and Montgomery County are voting on whether to consolidate their governments this election. It’s the third time since the 1980s this issue has come up for a vote.
Listen / Cell phone footage shot by bystanders showing sometimes violent police interactions with civilians has led to more discussions nationwide about whether officers should wear body cameras. In some cities, local law enforcement has resisted that idea. But that’s not the case in Clarksville, where the police department has actually been one of its […]
An economic development win of recent years is turning into a giant sore spot. Monday Hemlock Semiconductor announced it will lay off most of its workforce in March due to weak demand for polysilicon, which is used in the production of solar panels.
Fort Campbell is packing up for another round of deployments – albeit smaller than the last. The city of Clarksville has become more economically resilient since troops first began shipping out to Afghanistan.