CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at the top local news stories from Clarksville Now this week.
Mom with disabilities takes plea in smothering death of 3-month-old girl: She entered a no-contest open plea to reckless homicide and agreed to serve 12 years. READ MORE
Inside the F&M Bank Arena construction site downtown: Clarksville Now took a gallery of photos at the site for the facility, which is expected to be complete by late 2022. READ MORE
Redistricting: Here’s what proposed new council and commission maps look like: New lines are being drawn for City Council, County Commission and School Board elections. READ MORE
Christmas-themed Vintage Fair coming up Nov. 6: The big annual event with over 120 vendors is coming up, with carolers, elves and even Santa Claus on site. READ MORE
Ghost stories of Clarksville: True crime, legends, and eye-witness accounts of the unexplained: The line between speculation and reality is blurred when talking about the paranormal, but there are many locals who said they have felt a presence that wasn’t of this world. READ MORE
APSU honors students join quest for knowledge with Dungeons and Dragons class: A small band of Austin Peay State University honors students have more than final exams to worry about this semester. READ MORE
Death investigation underway on Chestnut Drive, no foul play suspected: CPD officers responded this morning to a welfare check on Chestnut Drive, where a man was seen lying face down on the ground. READ MORE
Eagles take victory on Kenwood Senior Night, but the Knights are headed to the playoffs: It was always expected to be a shootout, and on Friday, October 29, the Kenwood Knights and Northeast Eagles delivered on that promise. After a back and forth game, the Eagles emerged victorious, 32-29, over the Knights, who were celebrating their senior night. READ MORE
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