The Gallatin Parks Department and Chamber of Commerce hosted a groundbreaking ceremony last week for the Miracle Park at Triple Creek Park. It will be an all-inclusive facility that is accessible to all children and adults.
Hendersonville has long been known for having an abundance of celebrities among its residents. On any given day, it is not unusual to walk into a local restaurant or supermarket and encounter legendary members of the Grand Ole Opry as…
Two Sumner County churches have agreed to offer their facilities for early voting locations in 2020, according to Sumner County Administrator of Elections Lori Atchley.
A Gallatin grocery store employee has been arrested after police say he confessed to stealing more than $10,000 in deposits from the business earlier this year to buy pills.
Simmons supported our very own Katie Davis from Gallatin by sponsoring the America’s National Teenager Scholarship Organization. ANTSO mission is to promote strong scholastic ideals, solid leadership principles and high character growth to young women. From the left: Jessica Kannapel,…
A Portland woman was charged with bringing an illegal substance into the Sumner County Jail following the suspected drug overdoses of two other inmates earlier this month.
A Hendersonville elementary school special needs teacher has been charged with child abuse following an incident last week with a five-year-old student who has autism.
For more than a decade, Gallatin attorney and volunteer Jim Hawkins has been an advocate for those in need throughout the community - both inside and outside of the courtroom.
Two former clients of disbarred Hendersonville attorney Andy Allman may finally get their day in civil court after a special judge recently denied a motion to dismiss the cases.
The Hendersonville woman convicted of first-degree murder in the 2011 deaths of her newborn twins has been granted a hearing in Sumner County Criminal Court that could result in a new trial.
Gallatin police say a 37-year-old man was driving under the influence when he caused a seven-vehicle crash that stretched more than quarter mile along Nashville Pike last week.
One of the first things Darrell Woodcock wanted to propose as a newly elected alderman seven years ago was the idea of term limits for Hendersonville’s mayor and aldermen.
A proposed mixed-use development with up to 684 homes, retail space and a possible hotel is being planned off Vietnam Veterans Boulevard near the Station Camp schools complex in Gallatin.