The ride-hailing company Lyft announced Wednesday its new downtown office will employ 500 people by the end of the year, more than it originally projected. But besides an economic boost, Nas... Read more
Uber is now ready to go in Clarksville. The company officially announced Thursday in a news conference at Mayor Kim McMillan’s office that its ride-sharing service is now available in... Read more
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