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The annual Hendersonville Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony was held at Memorial Park in on Dec. 1. The three-hour event featured holiday-themed musical performances, a snow globe photo booth and visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus. In addition, free horse-drawn carriage…

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Hendersonville police have charged three people in connection with a shooting and burglary that occurred in the area of Colonial Drive on Nov. 26.

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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…

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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.

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Hendersonville leaders will consider a resolution on Tuesday that will remove many of the city’s day-to-day operations from Mayor Jamie Clary and place them in the hands of an interim city administrator.

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An exhibit featuring the western couture of iconic fashion designer Manuel Cuevas drew hundreds to the Monthaven Arts & Cultural Center (MACC) on Saturday.

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A man who fled Hendersonville police at speeds in excess of 120 miles per hour with his four-year-old son in the car faces several criminal charges after a chase ended in Nashville on Nov. 4.

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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.

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The 7th annual Hendersonville Veterans Parade was held on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, Nov. 10. Sponsored by the city of Hendersonville, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 9851 and the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 240, this event honored all…

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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.

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A young Hendersonville Marine who lost his life during a refueling training exercise off the coast of Japan in December was honored Sunday with a permanent reminder of his bravery and sacrifice.

A Station Camp High School teacher has been charged with driving under the influence after authorities say she was so intoxicated in the school parking lot that she was unable to stand on her own.

Sumner County parents whose children got more treats than tricks on Halloween can exchange their excess candy for a variety of toys that promote physical activity starting this week.