Amid concerns that Hendersonville’s deer population is growing and could become a safety hazard for residents, city leaders recently appropriated up to $7,500 for an accurate count of the four-legged creatures.
A Hendersonville woman is asking a judge to declare null and void a resolution passed in November by the Sumner County Commission, arguing the legislative body violated the state’s Open Meetings Act and acted outside of its authority.
A Hendersonville man charged in 2018 with raping a 15-year-old girl and taking photos and videos of the crime was sentenced to 24 years in prison on Monday.
Former Sumner County Register of Deeds Cindy Briley lost her year-long battle with cancer on Tuesday, Nov. 22. She was 62.
Hendersonville City Attorney John Bradley and five outgoing aldermen were recognized for their service to the city last week during a reception at Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club.
A former Sumner County community theater director who pleaded guilty in March to five counts of statutory rape by an authority figure was sentenced to 30 years in prison last Friday.
The children’s book “A Place Inside of Me: A Poem to Heal the Heart,” will remain in two Sumner County elementary school libraries following a second vote last week by the Sumner County Board of Education.
What started as one mom’s mission to make the school day a little easier for students at her child’s school has mushroomed into a community-wide effort to try to meet students’ basic needs in nearly every Sumner County school.
Owners of the Hancock House – once a popular Bed and Breakfast at 2144 Nashville Pike, are moving forward with a permit to partially demolish the two-story log structure following a fire last year.
Fourteen months after offering the 1930’s-era Comer Barn as the centerpiece for a $3.5 million agricultural/STEM center for Sumner County Schools, county leaders voted on Monday to rescind the offer and deed the barn back to its original owner.
As residents enjoy events like this Saturday’s Hiking the Hill at Heritage Park, it may still be a while before the park, formerly known as the Batey Farm, is fully open to the public, according to Hendersonville Parks Director Andy…
Hendersonville residents elected five new aldermen on Tuesday - and overwhelmingly voted to limit the number of terms those who run for the offices of mayor and aldermen can seek.
Hendersonville Home Bound Meals’ 40th Pancake Breakfast and Silent Auction raised more than $36,000 for the program that provides hot meals to the city’s elderly and homebound population.
A long-awaited project to eliminate an at-grade railroad crossing at Saundersville Road between Vietnam Veterans Boulevard and East Main Street may see additional delays as city leaders begin to grapple with a new $28 million price tag.
A Hendersonville man who rushed to subdue a man who police say fatally shot two women in August was recently recognized by the city for his heroic actions.
Two local high schools have removed the book “Lawn Boy” from their shelves after committees at both schools determined the book violated the school board’s Obscene Materials policy.
Hendersonville’s Veteran’s Day parade will kick off Sunday with a flyover by local pilots followed by a procession led by 93-year-old Korean War-era veteran Lester Brauer.
The controversial book “Lawn Boy” is under review at two Sumner County high schools after a school board member read several passages from the book and demanded its removal during the Oct. 18 Sumner County Board of Education meeting.
The Tennessee Public Charter School Commission voted unanimously on Monday to uphold Sumner County Schools’ denial of the district’s first, and so far only, charter school application.
With the subject of removing a book from an elementary school library on the agenda, a standing-room-only crowd packed into the Sumner County Board of Education on Tuesday to voice their opinions.