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A proposed 1,115-home mixed-use development with commercial space located off Dobbins Pike near State Route 109 has received initial approval from Gallatin city leaders.

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The 36th annual Main Street Festival, held in downtown Gallatin last Saturday drew over 30,000 visitors who were treated to a day of food, music, shopping and fun.

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A Sumner County judge granted on Monday the White House Utility District’s request to condemn portions of two properties along Upper Station Camp Creek Road in accordance with the state’s eminent domain laws.

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Morningside of Gallatin will be hosting their 9th annual Fall Dessert Fest & Silent Auction on Friday, Oct. 11 from 1-3 pm. All proceeds will benefit the Sumner County Food Bank.

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Union S.T.E.M. and Demonstration School released 130 monarch butterflies during the school’s Monarch in the Park butterfly launch last week.

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A new Gallatin Department of Electricity project at its largest substation, which provides power to more than one third of the city, will soon drastically reduce the amount of time customers are in the dark during an outage.

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Celeste Martin had just moved from teaching in the classroom to counseling students in the guidance office at Goodpasture Christian School when she received the devastating news: a 16-year-old student had committed suicide.

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Nine months after opening an investigation into whether or not Sumner County Schools employee Don Long violated a state statute that prohibits school district employees from working on political campaigns during work hours, Sumner County District Attorney Ray Whitley says…

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The Sumner County Museum’s popular Candlelight Cemetery Tour returns next weekend with a unique opportunity to learn about some of the area’s most interesting former residents.

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The 5th annual Sumner County Child Safety Day Celebration was held at Triple Creek Park in Gallatin last Saturday. A record crowd of several hundred children and adults attended the festive event.

During the month of September, Teen Court representatives will be speaking at high schools throughout Sumner County to recruit new members. The deadline for the applications is Sept. 30.

Each carrying a photograph of one of the 343 New York firefighters killed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a group of Gallatin firefighters each climbed 110 floors last week to honor and remember the fallen.

Gallatin residents and first responders gathered last week to remember the nearly 3,000 victims who were killed 18 years ago during the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

Dozens of motorcycle riders will travel across Sumner County next month raising money to help feed local hungry families.