A Hendersonville man has been charged with kidnapping and aggravated domestic assault for an incident that occurred overnight on May 21 and 22 in the area of Waterview Drive.
An ordinance that would have limited the amount of time residents’ trash cans can remain at the curb failed to garner enough votes from the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Tuesday.
Sumner County leaders are encouraging residents to complete the 2020 Census, which officials say will be used to make important decisions regarding federal funding and political representation during the next decade.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced the cancellation of many events in Hendersonville as well as the rest of the nation, with schools being particularly hard hit. For most students, traditional year-end activities such as spring sports, senior weeks, proms and…
A fire that swept through a home on Shadow Lane late Thursday claimed the life of a Hendersonville woman and injured two others, according to Hendersonville Fire Chief Scotty Bush.
Parents of Sumner County students will spend less time shopping for school supplies this summer thanks to the recently approved Sumner County Schools 2020-21 fiscal year budget.
After two citizens complained during a Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting last month that Hendersonville Mayor Jamie Clary had them blocked from viewing his personal Facebook page where he often posts relevant city information, Clary created an “official” mayoral…
For more than a decade the opening of the Hendersonville Farmer’s Market has signaled the start of spring and all things outdoors in Hendersonville. This year, thanks to COVID-19 the opening has been delayed but not deterred.
There have been 173 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 24 deaths reported among five long-term care facilities in Sumner County, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
On what was supposed to be the Monday before graduation, Hendersonville High school seniors Natali Arms, Janae Waller and Jaclyn Jarrett pulled up in the school’s parking lot to receive their caps, gowns and graduation ceremony instructions.
More than a week after Gov. Bill Lee announced that all Tennessee state prison inmates would be tested for COVID-19, one woman wants to know why local jails like Sumner County’s aren’t testing their inmates for the highly contagious disease.
Plans for a new extended-stay hotel in Indian Lake Village are moving forward after the Hendersonville Regional Planning Commission approved a site plan for the project on May 5.
Due to the generosity from citizens across Sumner County, the Sumner County Food Bank announced they were able to give away 50,000 pounds of food on April 21 to feed 500 families.
Non-essential local businesses continue to cautiously reopen their doors and welcome back customers after being shuttered for more than a month due to COVID-19.
Nearly 200 volunteers have produced thousands of masks for caregivers and first responders across the middle Tennessee area, thanks to an anonymous donor.
Since 2005, Pope John Paul II High School (JPII) has hosted a variety of commencement activities to honor each senior class. Annually, one of the most eagerly-anticipated events has been the Senior Walk, where every graduating student gets to march…
After a tornado ripped through her son’s Germantown apartment in the early hours of March 3, Donna Waggett found herself homeless and discouraged.