Montgomery County Veterans Coalition recently held another in its series of MCVC Networking Events where members come together to share information and resources and advocate for veterans and their families in the community.

About 25 – 30 guests came out for the event,...

Hundreds of high school football fans came out to APSU's Fortera Stadium recently for the annual TOA Football Jamboree.

Fans, friends and families watched their teams take to the field for some friendly pre-season action,. The preview of fall was complete with cheer squ...

The August edition of Downtown @ Sundown was a huge success. Pleasant weather, a great line-up of bands and maybe the biggest crowd Clarksville's recently-opened venue has ever seen, helped to create an absolutely electric atmosphere.

Lynne Halliburton and her band Musi...

The annual Big Fish Mickey Fisher Memorial Golf Tournament drew more than 160 golfers to the Clarksville Country Club recently, who helped raise money for APSU scholarships.

“This is the ninth tournament we've held,” Eric Ellis said. “This is our fist year at CCC, and t...

The annual Cadiz Music and Food Festival took place recently on Main Street with live music, great food, and a kids area that made the event friendly for the entire family.

“We started this event two or three years ago as a music festival,” Cadiz Mayor Todd King said. “...

The 5th annual Having Hope, Having Bipolar Blake Jenkins Golf Scramble was recently held at Clarksville Country Club, with 26 four-man teams coming out to participate in an event that helps raise money for research into bipolar disorder.

“We donated $100,000 to Vanderbi...

Burdoc Farms in Crofton, Kentucky recently hosted its 2nd Annual Bluegrass at Burdoc with some big names in bluegrass music taking the stage throughout the weekend.

Festivities kicked off with music from five local bands including Jim Garnett & The Naas Brothers, Meg Wi...

Clarksville Parks & Recreation recently hosted its 6th Annual Wonderkids Triathlon at New Providence swimming pool.

“This event is very popular,” Parks & Rec's Tina Boysha said. “We max out at 150 participants, and again this year,we hit that number about three weeks pr...

The annual Clarksville Association of Realtors (CAR)  fundraiser, Handbags for Hope, was held recently at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center. Kayla Pierson is CAR's Young Professionals Committee Chair for this year's event.

“This is our fifth year,” Pierson said.” CAR raise...

The community came out to celerate the grand opening celebration of Stormin Norman's Barbershop at 311 Drinkard Drive.

Norman Quirion, owner of the shop, talked about what will be offered and what the shop represents to him.

“We are so excited about our grand opening,” Q...

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