Topic: Cheatham County
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) released data that shows July 2019 county unemployment increased in counties across the state.
Montgomery County unemployment in July was 4.8 percent up 0.4 percent from June’s 4.4 percent.
Hendersonville, TN – Leadership Middle Tennessee, Inc. (LMT), the regional leadership organization that encompasses a 10-county collective of community leaders in Middle Tennessee, announces the 40 members of the incoming Class of 2020. The class is selected by a vetting process within the leadership of the LMT Board of Directors.
Cheatham County, TN – A Tennessee Bureau of Investigation investigation by Special Agents and investigators with the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office has resulted in the arrest of an Ashland City man for the death of his girlfriend over the weekend.
At the request of 23rd District Attorney General Ray Crouch, on Sunday morning, TBI Agents joined Cheatham County deputies in investigating the death of a female at 1188 Valley View Road in Cheatham County. Keith Allen, who also lived at that address, had contacted officials to report the death.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather service (NWS) has issued a Heat Advisory for Friday afternoon for Clarksville-Montgomery County and parts of Middle Tennessee.
Dangerously Hot and Humid Conditions are expected across the area.
The combination of heat and high humidity will push heat indicies above 105 tomorrow afternoon for areas west of the Cumberland Plateau.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a flash flood warning Saturday night, July 13th, 2019 for Clarksville-Montgomery County and surrounding area. Some storms this afternoon and evening have produced very heavy rainfall.
Flash Flood Warning is in affect for Northeastern Dickson County, Montgomery County, Northern Cheatham County and Western Robertson County.
At 8:55pm CDT, Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing heavy rain across the warned area. Up to three inches of rain have already fallen. Flash flooding is expected to begin shortly.
National Weather Service forecasts Rain, Thunderstorms for Clarksville-Montgomery County during Fourth of July Holiday
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service reports scattered thunderstorms will develop across Clarksville-Montgomery County as well as parts of Middle Tennessee this afternoon and last through this evening. A few could become strong, with wind gusts up to 50 mph and heavy rain.
There is a 40 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms after 1:00pm Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019. Wednesday night, rain chances drop to 30 percent before 9:00pm.
Tennessee Department of Transportation announces I-40 Weekend Lane Closures in Cheatham County for Bridge Repair
Kingston Springs, TN – Starting June 14th, 2019 a Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) bridge repair project on the Beech Hill Road overpass at mile marker 189 will cause weekend delays on I-40. Drivers are asked to plan ahead.
The work will require lane closures for two weekends.
Nashville, TN – According to data released Thursday by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce, unemployment rates for 94 of Tennessee’s 95 counties dropped in April 2019 Development (TDLWD).
Montgomery County unemployment dropped 0.6 percent to 3.0 percent in April from March’s 3.6 percent.
Clarksville Police Department (CPD)
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department is attempting to locate a Runaway Juvenile in State’s Custody. The juvenile is Ashtion Conder, birth date February 16th, 2002.
She was last seen in the area of the Bypass and was given a ride to Cheatham County, Tennessee at the corner of Chapel Hill Circle and Cherokee Court.
If anyone has seen Ms. Conder they are asked to call 911 or contact: Det. Tanner Pew at 931.648.0656 ext. 5365.
Mark Riggins City of Clarksville career includes several leadership roles at utility
Clarksville, TN – Mark Riggins, a 23-year veteran of the City workforce, has been named acting General Manager of the Clarksville Gas and Water Department.
“I have tasked Mark with leading the department for a few months, addressing some of the lingering issues within the department and charting a course of action for the near term,” Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts said. “I have complete faith and trust in Mark and his ability to address customer and employee concerns.”
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