News in Clarksville: E-911 complaints, 7-year-old runaway and more stories this week
CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at some of the top local news from Clarksville Now this week.
E-911 investigation reveals complaints about a hostile workplace and missing public records: Complaints against the director of E-911, notably for “fear of bodily harm”, became so serious that they led to two human resources investigations, the results of which were largely ignored. READ MORE
School bus driver finds missing 7-year-old boy who ran away from home: The boy had run away the day before after getting into trouble with his mother. READ MORE
Clarksville woman and Fort Campbell man injured in wreckage from I-24 pileup: The wreckage closed the freeway for most of an afternoon, involved four vehicles and injured two. READ MORE
Blackhorse lawsuit: city approves settlement offer, brings long-standing dispute closer to resolution: The town would give Blackhorse owners the driveway behind the pub in exchange for land near the Upland Trail. READ MORE
A man charged with homicide after the death of a toddler with an unsecured firearm: The man reportedly left a gun lying down, resulting in the death of a 21-month-old toddler in February. READ MORE
Bones Family’s Halloween display has been vandalized, owners have set up an emergency room, seek answers: Vandals spoiled the display, but the owners responded with good humor. READ MORE
Breast cancer survivor creates Feel For Your Life app to promote self-exams: When she told her family and friends about the discovery of a lump in her breast, too few people knew about the breast self-exam. READ MORE
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