CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at the top local news stories from Clarksville Now this week.
City Council calls for repeal of Tennessee’s abortion ban: Tennessee’s abortion law, which took effect Aug. 25, doesn’t make exceptions for rape, incest or health of the mother, and that drew rebuke from local leaders. READ MORE
Pedestrian critically injured by hit-and-run driver on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard: The injured man was found by a motorist lying in the middle of the highway. READ MORE
Several businesses closing, citing inflation, pandemic: Axe Throwing, Dream Wingz, Gladiator Brewing and others have announced they are closing over the last few weeks, with most of them citing economic conditions. READ MORE
City Councilperson Vondell Richmond ruled ineligible for re-election: The decision leaving no candidates on the ballot for Ward 2, but there’s now one official write-in candidate. READ MORE
BBB warns consumers about 2 businesses that now have F ratings: Here are two local businesses the Better Business Bureau says consumers should avoid. READ MORE
52-year-old gets 70 years in prison for nightclub triple shooting: He shot three men outside the nightclub, telling one of them “You will respect me.” READ MORE
Mom carries on son’s ‘Captain Spectrum’ anti-bullying legacy: She had him just a few short years, but in that time, Christopher Ryan Miller made an impact not only on his mother but on everyone he met. READ MORE
CHS running back named Player of the Week after Warfield Shield win: He finished the Warfield Shield game with 21 carries, 137 rushing yards, 3 rushing touchdowns and 1 reception for 16 receiving yards. READ MORE
Lemonade stand fundraiser for little brother’s cancer treatment raises hope for family: When asked why she decided to open a lemonade stand, she said, “Because I want to help him feel better, and I’m a big sister that’s my job.” READ MORE
Nate ‘The Train’ Landwehr on his most recent fight, what’s to come in the UFC | VIDEO: Clarksville native and UFC featherweight Nate “The Train” Landwehr is coming off one of the biggest fights of his career. READ MORE
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