http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHJ5hkn6PO8 You are in town, maybe renting, and you have been doing your own research trying to find the house that you would like to purchase. You have spent a lot of time doing it on your own. So, why should you try and find a Buyer Agent? You have done all the work! Did […]
The Customs House was built in downtown Clarksville in 1898 and is now a local historic structure in the heart of downtown historic Clarksville. Over the years its area has been expanded to presently encompass over 35,000 square feet, making it the second largest general interest museum in Tennessee. It is now about a full […]
Clarksville market update for January 2011-December 2011 found 1777 homes currently on the market with average price $189,530. The number of new homes on the market decreased since 2010, but the average price increased by approximately $1,767. Closed home sales for January 2011-December 2011 was 3,122 with an average price of $158,481 and average days on […]
Education in Clarksville started with the establishment of the Rural Academy in 1806. By an Act of the General Assembly, higher education was established at Austin Peay Normal School in 1927. It was a two-year college and teacher-training institution. It was named after Governor Austin Peay who was in his third term when the Act […]
On December 31, President signed into law the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, authorizing a 1.6% pay increase for military personnel, both active duty and reserve. Click to find the new 2012 pay charts and other provisions of the bill that may apply to you.
When deploying, pets are an often overlooked part of the process. Click here to find out what one organization is doing to help.
Gaylord Opryland has recovered from the 2010 flood with the celebration of the Christmas season and presents “A Country Christmas: The Holiday Tradition” featuring Radio City Music Hall’s new 10th anniversary edition of the Christmas Spectacular starring The Rockettes. Other Gaylord Opryland events include DreamWorks Experience, A Country Christmas on the Cumberland, Steve Hall & […]
Whether you are looking to rent or purchase your next home, you will want to have an idea of what neighborhood to look in. Here are some of the major area surrounding Fort Campbell.
Thanksgiving is one of our most honored national traditions and holidays that dates back approximately 400 years to the Pilgrims. The feast was originally established to give thanks for a bountiful harvest. As we celebrate this holiday this year with our families and friends, we also need to reflect on and give thanks for the […]
The opening ceremony for the Warrior Transition Battalion Complex, a new $24.6 million facility, was recently celebrated. Replacing older barracks whose facilities were not accessible for those with severe disabilities, the new complex has been developed to offer a healing environment for wounded, ill, or injured soldiers. The main building can house up to 206 […]