Topic: Woodlawn TN
Cunningham and Woodlawn, TN – The nation’s largest 4G network just got larger for customers in Cunningham and Woodlawn. AT&T has activated two new 4G mobile Internet cell sites in Cunningham, TN and Woodlawn, TN that will enhance coverage for area residents and businesses and provide speeds up to four times faster than 3G.**
“As more and more residents of Cunningham and Woodlawn rely on their mobile devices for information and connectivity, they must have faster connections,” said Senator Mark Green. “Investments in mobile Internet will have an immediate impact for our consumers and businesses.”
Woodlawn, TN – On Saturday, July 20th, Subdued Few Motorcycle Club is having a Memorial and Benefit Ride for Prescott 19. Subdued Few is riding to show their support for the brave men of the Arizona Hotshot Crew, and to raise money for the Wild Land Fire Service. Registration is from 9:00am until 11:00am.
The ride will start at Texas Casual Grill located on Trenton Road in Clarksville, TN at 11:00am and will end at Bo’s Cycle Shop. The ride will go past various fire stations on the route through Clarksville, TN, Cadiz, KY and through Hopkinsville, KY. Approximate arrival time of bikes at Bo’s Cycle shop is around 2:00pm.
Woodlawn, TN – The Woodlawn Volunteer Fire Department will hold their 25th Anniversary Party Saturday, June 8th. The party is from 10:00am until 2:00pm at the station house. There will be equipment displays, fire trucks, inflatables and refreshments. Everyone is invited.
The Woodlawn Volunteer Fire Department station house is located at 2274 Woodlawn Road right next to Woodlawn Elementary School.
Free local benefit festival featuring live music, food and raffles.
Woodlawn, TN – Several hard-rock bands from the Nashville and Clarksville areas will perform at the fifth-annual Mikefest on Saturday, May 4th, to raise money for Sgt. Keith Hale and his family.
The outdoor event, at 3825 Old Dover Road North in Woodlawn, just south of Fort Campbell, will feature several hard-rock bands from the Nashville/Clarksville areas. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville TN - In my career, I’ve had the pleasure, and sometimes misery, of covering a lot of public figures. Dating all the way back to Clarksville Mayor Charlie Crow, to current Mayor Kim McMillan. I’ve had the pleasure of sitting with then Governor Lamar Alexander, to Nashville Mayor Phil Bredesen.
Remember Bill Boner? Him too.
But, when it comes to law enforcement figures, that’s a totally different beast. They’re always “guarded” in their relationship with the media. They’re extremely careful with what they tell us, and when. How close they’ll let you get.
A cop has to keep his guard up. It’s his nature. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville TN – When Sheriff Norman Lewis died last year, Montgomery County lost a very powerful and popular public figure. Norman Lewis left a legacy that would be hard to follow. The Sheriff of Montgomery County has had a history of being a tough, “no nonsense” lawman, who was a powerful, influential, commanding, and politically connected figure.
Remember Joel Plummer?
Well, meet Sheriff John Fuson.
Clarksville, TN – On September 14th, Clarksville Police officers were called to a business on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard about a 16 year old who had been abandoned by his mother.
Warrants for Child Abuse/Neglect and Reckless Endangerment were taken out on Cheryl Simpson.
Clarksville, TN – On September 14th, 2012 around 7:45pm, Clarksville Police officers were called to a business at the 2500 Block of Wilma Rudolph Boulevard about a 16 year old who had been abandoned by his mother.
The 16 year old told officers he travelled with his mother from Alabama to Clarksville to visit the mother’s boyfriend in Woodlawn. She had been consuming alcohol as she drove. She rear-ended a vehicle on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard and fled from the scene. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville Police Officer spots Vehicle suspected to have been used in Theft which leads to recovery of Stolen Vehicles
Clarksville, TN – On June 20th, 2012, around 3:00am, Clarksville Police Officer Brian Coghill spotted a vehicle believed to have been involved in the June 18th, 2012 thefts at Best Motors on Fort Campbell Boulevard.
He made voluntary contact with the vehicle’s occupants Daniel Huff and Shawn Jones on the parking lot of Kangaroo Express at which time he found drugs and paraphernalia inside the vehicle. There was also other electronic equipment found in the vehicle.
Clarksville Police Department reports a Man Attempted to Rob a Store with Gun and Improvised Explosive Device
Clarksville, TN – On May 12th, 2012, around 9:00pm, Clarksville Police responded to a robbery at a business on the 2700 Block of Wilma Rudolph Boulevard in which a man had a gun and was fighting with the store manager outside.
When officers arrived, the store employees had already wrestled the gun away from the man and had him pinned on the ground, holding him for Police.
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