Sumner County native Guy Jones was sworn in as the new executive director of the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference last week.
Although just 22 percent of Sumner County’s registered voters cast ballots in the Aug. 6 state and federal primary and county general election, Sumner County Administrator of Elections Lori Atchley said the turn-out was higher than she expected amid a…
Eleven Sumner County public schools have reported positive COVID-19 cases a week into the new school year, according to Sumner County Schools Spokesman Jeremy Johnson.
A Gallatin man is facing multiple theft and vandalism charges after police say he stole thousands of dollars in change by breaking into dozens of washing machines and driers at two local laundromats last month.
A proposed new subdivision on Hartsville Pike has been recommend for approval by the Gallatin Planning Commission with a slight reduction in the overall planned number of homes.
The indoor pool at the Gallatin Civic Center may not reopen until next year as the city works to repair damages that occurred while crews were performing routine maintenance earlier this year.
Sumner County Schools students returned to their classrooms on a modified basis this week and under very different conditions than when a COVID-19 pandemic forced school closures statewide in March.
Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday he will issue Executive Order No. 55 to allow for contact sports to resume in high schools, if they follow the requirements of the TSSAA.
Sumner County officials are looking at possible alternative locations for a planned parking garage in downtown Gallatin after talks to acquire property necessary for the project stalled in recent weeks.
The City of Gallatin has received more than two dozen complaints about door-to-door solicitors since a temporary ban on the practice citywide expired earlier this year.
A Gallatin nursing home is being sued by the daughter of a former resident who died following a widespread COVID-19 outbreak at the facility that killed two dozen others earlier this year.
Gallatin’s all-inclusive Miracle Park for individuals with special needs is not expected to open this year due to construction delays related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
As the City of Gallatin continues to hire more minority employees, city leaders say there is still more work to be done to better reflect the existing diversity of the community.
Early voting for the Tennessee State and Federal Primary and County General Election begins Friday, July 17, and runs Monday to Saturday until Saturday, Aug. 1. Election Day is Thursday, Aug. 6.
Sumner County students have a week to decide if they’ll return to in-person classes on Aug. 3 or choose to enroll in an alternative Sumner Virtual Academy that will be made available for students in grades K-12.
A week after Sumner County Mayor Anthony Holt made it mandatory to wear face coverings in public to slow the spread of COVID-19, the county saw its highest single-day increase in the number of cases on Monday at 95.
The Sumner County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the apparent accidental shooting death of a toddler at the Shackle Island Fire Department on July 2.
Downtown Gallatin’s popular arts and crafts festival Squarefest and Third Thursday on Main free summer concert series have each been cancelled due to ongoing health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.