CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at some of the best local reporting from Clarksville Now this week.
Alcohol to drink in Montgomery County will be put to a public vote in November: The referendum would allow restaurants outside the city limits to sell alcohol. READ MORE
Clarksville man driving the wrong way on Kentucky freeway crashes, 3 dead: Deputies spotted him just before he crashed head-on into a van. READ MORE
Downtown will revert to analog parking meters: More than 200 coin-operated parking meters have been in storage since 2014. The city is in the process of reinstalling them, replacing the digital meters. READ MORE
Montgomery County Jail Suicide: Family Sues, Saying Inmate Needs More Attention: The lawsuit demands $2 million in damages. READ MORE
Apartment building fire displaces 8 families: Firefighters were able to limit the damage to two apartments. READ MORE
“I lived all this year in the fog”: Shadé Lazu’s family remembers his loving influence: It has been a year since Shade Lazu was killed in a shipwreck, leaving behind her children and grieving family and friends. READ MORE
Senator Marsha Blackburn proposes a bill to reduce wait times at VA clinics and hospitals: The average wait time at the Clarksville VA Clinic is 22 days for new patients seeking care. READ MORE
Teenager found shot dead in car Police responding to an ongoing shooting found the man with a gunshot wound to the head. READ MORE
Clarksville High fends off Henry County Rally to win Game 2: The Wildcats finished Henry County with a 5-4 victory. SEE THE PICTURES
Candlelight Ball returns with a sold-out crowd: It was the first in-person gala since COVID, and it was awesome. SEE THE PICTURES
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