Topic: Jim Knoll
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police have begun enforcing the state and local executive orders prohibiting customers from gathering inside restaurants, bars, nightclubs and similar food establishments.
Clarksville, TN – The Roxy Regional Theatre is high-stepping into Season 37 of live entertainment on the corner of Franklin Street and First Street in Historic Downtown Clarksville with a stunning concept musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition.
“A Chorus Line” opens at the Roxy Regional Theatre on Friday, September 6th, 2019 at 8:00pm. In keeping with the theatre’s traditional pay-what-you-can opening night, all tickets not pre-sold at the regular price will go on sale at 7:30pm that evening for a $5.00 minimum donation.
City of Clarksville
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Parks and Recreation closed several park areas Tuesday because of rising water, and the Clarksville Street Department and Clarksville Police continued to monitor roads and travel conditions as more rain was forecast.
Water issues closed sections of Liberty Park, including the Bark Park and Clarksville Marina, officials said. Boat ramps at McGregor Park and Billy Dunlop Park were also closed by high water, along with the canoe and kayak launch at Robert Clark Park.
Roxy Regional Theatre
Clarksville, TN – The 1950s are out, and change is in the air at the Roxy Regional Theatre! Clarksville’s oldest professional theatre enters Season 36 of live entertainment on the corner of Franklin Street and First Street in Historic Downtown Clarksville with a Tony Award-winning family-friendly musical, piled bouffant-high with laughter, romance and deliriously tuneful songs.
Legends Bank presents “Hairspray” at the Roxy Regional Theatre, beginning this Friday, September 7th, at 8:00pm. In keeping with the theatre’s traditional pay-what-you-can opening night, all tickets not pre-sold at the regular ticket price will go on sale at 7:30pm Friday evening for a $5.00 minimum donation.
Clarksville, TN – City of Clarksville street, transportation and public safety departments remained fully staffed Tuesday to provide services and protection to residents even as City Government offices closed amid a second wave of snow and hazardous travel conditions across the region.
“I want to compliment the hard work of our Street and Public Safety departments battling the impact of the storm,” Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan said at midday Tuesday. “It’s been a cold, long haul since this all started early Friday.”
Fleet of 30 trucks ready to spread salt, clear roadways
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Street Department on Thursday prepared its equipment and workforce to battle the wintry mix of ice and snow forecast to hit the area on Friday morning.
Scott Bibb, Street Department Operations Manager, said Thursday that the department has 24 dump trucks fitted with snow plows and salt boxes, and six lighter trucks with similar equipment, ready to hit the streets Friday morning, as necessary.
Written by Jim Knoll
Clarksville, TN – It was like watching the beginning of a NASCAR race—shoppers were ready, police officers were ready, store employees were ready. Then the flag was waved (not really, the doors were just opened) everyone was off and on their way to do their Christmas with a Cop 2017 shopping.
The Clarksville Police Union sponsored Christmas with a Cop and were able to invite approximately 270 youngsters to be part of this year’s shopping extravaganza.
Clarksville, TN – Trees and power lines were knocked down by high winds late Thursday and early Friday across the city, while heavy rains forced water over roadways in some low-lying areas.
Emergency management officials said Clarksville saw from 6 to 7.5 inches of rain overnight, and winds with gusts up to 44 mph. The rain was pushing the Red River and the Cumberland River to flood stage. Localized flash flooding was occurring along the creeks and streams that flow into the rivers.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department is partnering with Chick-Fil-A to bring together members of the community and officers in an informal environment to learn more about each other in a relaxed one-on-one interaction.
Oftentimes, the majority of contact between the public and law enforcement are during emergencies or very emotional situations, which do not provide a good opportunity for relationship building.
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday, December 10th, 2016, at 9:00am, the Clarksville Police Union’s “Shop with a Cop” was a great success. Officers took approximately 212 local children (101 last year) from all over Montgomery County shopping.
There were over 50 CPD Officers, CPD employees, Police Union volunteers, and Clarksville Police Academy Alumni (CPAA) volunteers.
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