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Clarksville Fire Promoting New Paramedicine Program

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 30, 2023) – Clarksville Fire Chief Brandon Skaggs says the department’s new paramedicine program is up and running.  It was announced earlier this summer that the department had been award $495,000 in grants from the Indiana Department of Health to support the program, which is the first of its kind in southern...

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Goodbounce to Host Ribbon-Cutting for New Clarksville Pickleball Location

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 30, 2023) – Goodbounce is pleased to announce the opening of the company’s newest premium indoor pickleball facility in Southern Indiana. Located in the heart of Clarksville’s new booming downtown area, Goodbounce will create a one-of-a-kind destination for pickleball enthusiasts. The ribbon-cutting for the new 1,600 square-foot facility will be held on...

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Clarksville Police Reporting 40% Increase in Holiday Scams from 2022

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 29, 2023) – The season of giving is here and scam artists are already taking advantage of the public’s generosity.  Clarksville Police Chief Mark Palmer says his department has already seen a 40% increase in holiday scams compared to the same time last year. “Unfortunately, this year especially, it started prior to...

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Two Proposals Submitted for Redevelopment of Clarksville Plaza

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 28, 2023) – Two proposals were submitted for the redevelopment of Clarksville Plaza, the former home of Hobby Lobby and Harbor Freight Tools.  During the regularly scheduled meeting of the Clarksville Redevelopment Commission Tuesday evening, Economic Development Director Tammi Gibson informed the commission that two proposals were submitted before the November 20th...


UPDATE: Lincoln Heights Road Repairs Beginning November 29th

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 28, 2023) – A new project in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood aimed at restoring significant stretches of roadway is beginning earlier than expected.  Early Tuesday afternoon the Town of Clarksville released information about the project which spans the entire subdivision, encompassing 26 distinct locations, with each varying in both length and width. ...

Payne Kohler Road

PROJECT UPDATE: Payne Kohler Road

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 28, 2023) – A months-long project to improve the safety of Payne Kohler Road is finally coming to a conclusion.  Back in March, the Clarksville Town Council awarded a $1.7 million contract to AllTerrain Paving and Construction.  The project involved widening the north Clarksville road, lowering the grade on a sizeable hill,...

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Clarksville Gym to be Renamed after Former Student and IU Basketball Player

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 27, 2023) – The Clarksville Generals have announced that the Main Gymnasium at Clarksville High School will be renamed to“Chuck Franz Gymnasium!”  A dedication ceremony will be held on January 5th, 2024, before tip-off of the Clarksville vs Providence Boys Basketball Game. Franz graduated from Clarksville High School in 1979. During his...

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EDC Rejects Revised Proposal for Former America’s Best Site

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 27, 2023) – A new plan to develop the former site of the America’s Best Inns and Suites on Eastern Boulevard has failed. During a late November meeting of the Economic Development Commission (EDC), members voted 3-0 to deny the developer-backed bonds needed for the project to proceed. EDC members are appointed...

Blackiston Mill Road

Blackiston Mill Road Reopening Delayed 3 Days

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 20, 2023) – The long-awaited reopening of Blackiston Mill Road is being put on hold for three days, but project leaders say it will be worth the wait.  Nearly 1,500 feet of Blackiston Mill Road has been closed for months as crews worked to improve stormwater drainage, install new underground utility lines,...

Top Ten Code Violations: What You Need to Know

Top Ten Code Violations: What You Need to Know

CLARKSVILLE, IN (November 17, 2023) – Since we live in a town and our actions may affect our community, the surrounding area and our neighbors, most cities and towns adopt or create ordinances which are then placed into code to assist the jurisdictions for implementation. As a result, property values remain or increase, and the...