Pranaav Jadhav, The Tennessean

Pranaav Jadhav

The Tennessean

Clarksville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Pranaav:

Sumner County gives additional tax funds to capital projects

Property tax rate remains the same, but how county spends money is different → Read More

Hendersonville Central Business District designated as AT&T Fiber Ready

Designation Reflects Presence of Fiber-Based, High-Speed Internet → Read More

Gallatin embraces fireworks after long-standing ban, vendors rejoice

This is the first time the city council has adopted a fireworks ordinance making it legal to sell and use fireworks within city limits. → Read More

Hendersonville Police announce sobriety checkpoint during holiday week

The police will have checkpoints across city in light of the Independence Holiday on July 4. → Read More

Sumner school board, Del Philips to negotiate new contract

The board voted unanimously Tuesday night to continue negotiations with the Sumner County School director Del Phillips. → Read More

Tanker carrying hazardous acid overturns in Hendersonville

A tanker carrying 3,100 gallons of sulfuric acid overturned near Rockland Road, causing a leakage. → Read More

Sumner schools to shorten spring break to make up Eclipse Day

To make up lost time on Eclipse Day, the Sumner County School board voted 9-2 to cut short Spring Break by a day. Students will now have to attend school on March 22. Both teachers and students will be out of school on Aug. 21, the day of the total solar eclipse. On Tuesday, the board discussed two options - returning a day early from winter break or shortening the spring break to make up lost… → Read More

Three years later, Sumner County E911 center to open in July

Center originally scheduled to open in November 2014 → Read More

Hendersonville mayor talks challenges, budget issues and poll promises

Jamie Clary talks about six months in office and his plans for the city. → Read More

Four teenagers arrested in armed Hendersonville carjacking

Police announced Saturday morning that they have arrested four teenagers for armed carjacking → Read More

Man wanted in Gallatin shooting arrested in Nashville

The Gallatin Police Department were searching for Harold Powell for shooting a victim three times in February. → Read More

Sumner County Schools names new principals, athletic director

The district announced principals for Station Camp Middle, T.W. Hunter Middle, Jack Anderson Elementary, Guild Elementary, Vena Stuart Elementary and Portland Gateview Elementary. → Read More

Sumner County Schools discussing options to make up Eclipse Day

On Tuesday, the school board briefly discussed all available options to make up Eclipse Day. → Read More

Parents question Jack Anderson Elementary principal's resignation

Jack Anderson Elementary principal Ashley Aldridge resigned on June 1 → Read More

Hendersonville mayor's petition to show need for extended library hours

Jamie Clary has started a petition for a failed budget proposal to add $58,000 of city funds to the county-operated library for extended hours. → Read More

Official: Hendersonville health clinic needs new home

Replacement facility would allow staff to see more patients → Read More

Holston Gases acquires Clarksville operation

Holston Gases announced on Wednesday that it has completed the acquisition of K&F Gas and Welding Supply in Clarksville. → Read More

Former Hendersonville Police Chief David Key dies

Key served as chief from 1979 to 2007. Funeral arrangements have not been announced. → Read More

Storms blow through Middle Tennessee on Memorial Day weekend

Heavy rain drenches downtown Clarksville as a severe storm system blew through Middle Tennessee on Saturday. → Read More

Gallatin Shalom Zone tribute dinner brings community together

The 7th annual Gallatin Shalom Zone tribute dinner was held Thursday night at the First Baptist Church in Hendersonville. → Read More