Clarksville News: Road Updates, Child Abuse Accusations, Student Hit by Car and Other Top Stories This Week

CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at some of the best local reporting from Clarksville Now this week.

When will this road be finished? Update on major road projects: Spring Creek Parkway, the Whitfield Road roundabout, the extension of Highway 374 – it’s all in the works. Here’s where they are, and with an idea on how to speed them up. READ MORE

Woman charged with aggravated child abuse in the death of her disabled son: The indictment related to child abuse/neglect/endangerment in the death of 13-year-old Kadaris Maddox, but police said additional charges may be pending. READ MORE

Enrollment is approaching 40,000 students at the start of the school year: The students have had their first half day of school, and we are getting closer to having 40,000 children locally. READ MORE

Student hit by car outside Clarksville High School: The student was hit by a car in the turning lane, school officials said. READ MORE

Opening of the new Kirkwood Middle School on Rossview Road: Here’s a first look at the new Kirkwood Middle School, which opened this week, with the high school coming next year. READ MORE

Couple sentenced to federal prison for child pornography offences: They pleaded guilty last year and the husband was discharged from the military for his involvement. READ MORE

The construction of the F&M Bank Arena is expected to be completed by the end of the year: Check out this video and photo tour of the site so far. READ MORE

Fan-favorite ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ teaches kids the power of cooking: Hell’s Kitchen season 13 fan favorite Sterling Wright spent a week in Clarksville teaching local youth how to “cook with love.” READ MORE

Meet employers from over 35 companies at the Mega Job Fair: Here’s the list of companies hiring at this week’s big event in Clarksville. READ MORE

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