Clarksville, Tennessee – See this week’s top local news stories on Clarksville Now.
VIP Clarksville has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the Boys & Girls Club and has yet to pay: The Black Tie Ball was a huge success, but no money was handed over. The parent club is now demanding a full explanation of what happened. read more
More pedestrians, more distractions make the school zone more dangerous: A student trying to cross the bridge suddenly floated into the air and hit his head on the car’s windshield. This is just one incident of his growing concern for the safety of the school’s zone. read more
‘They’ll come regardless’: Population growth without enough housing drives rental prices skyrocketing: Homebuyers aren’t the only ones affected by the overheating housing market, as rental prices have also soared to record highs. read more
Microvast gets a $200 million federal grant to build a second battery plant. One EV battery plant is already in operation in Clarksville, and a second plant will be built, bringing in an additional 700-800 jobs. read more
Here’s who voted in November, when early voting begins this week. From mayors to liquor referendums, here’s what to expect from local votes. read more
Candidates for state legislature on charter schools, abortion rights, health care, and more: Clarksville’s candidates for the Tennessee State Capitol are lined up on several key issues. read more
Downtown Riverview Square, TIF application scheduled to open in 2024 is OK. The Turnbridge redevelopment district was approved a few weeks ago and one developer is looking to take advantage of the new TIF zone. read more
Halloween in Clarksville: A guide to local trunk-or-treat, fall festivals, and free spooky movies. read more
Fort Campbell quarterback honored with Player of the Week honors. He completed 16 of 29 pass attempts for 305 passing yards, 5 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. read more
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