Tarboosh Clarksville, downtown’s most problematic venue, was shut down early Sunday morning by an inspector with the Clarksville Fire Department, citing the venue for being over double their allowed capacity.
The City of Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department announced today the Clarksville Downtown Market is returning to its permanent location downtown at 1 Public Square beginning June 6, 2020 through September 26, 2020.
Tennova Healthcare today confirmed the first positive test result for COVID19 / Coronavirus in Montgomery County, Tennessee. A remote testing site has been established in Clarksville at Vanderbilt Primary Care at 800 Weatherly Dr. Suite 201B.
County Mayor Jim Durrett today declared a state of emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee, while City Mayor Joe Pitts was out and about patronizing a local restaurant on Franklin Street. The state of emergency continues through April 3rd and strongly encourages local businesses to adhere to CDC and state guidelines limiting service, and limits access to public buildings.
A prostitute, her John, and a man hiding in the closet with a hatchet are now all under arrest after an incident at a Clarksville hotel on the day after Valentine’s day.
24-year-old Danterious Willis is charged with multiple counts of drug and paraphernalia possession after he was stopped for having an inoperable tag light on Kraft Street earlier this month.
20-year-old Samantha French is charged with theft after police found her between apartment buildings on S. 11th Street with packages and mail that didn’t belong to her.
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38-year-old Tyisha Lyles was arrested earlier this month on an outstanding warrant charging her with assault after police say she spat on a man sitting on his front porch and threatened him with a wine rack.
Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett & Clarksville City Mayor Joe Pitts were among the local dignitaries present last month at a ribbon-cutting ceremony sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, celebrating a business of which a 31-year-old registered violent sex offender on probation in lieu of prison, is now an owner. Brandon Kyle Hester is the man becoming an owner of the family business – which includes fitting youth for proms, ring bearer ceremonies, bar mitzvahs, and weddings.