Hendersonville resident Debbie Watts, current Ms. Sr. Tennessee USA will compete with women from each state in the Ms. Sr. USA Pageant in Las Vegas on June 16. She will compete in areas of interview, talent, and evening gown, and will present a 30-second philosophy of life statement.
David Landrith, long-time former senior pastor of Long Hollow Baptist Church, was posthumously awarded the first Welch College Strong and Courageous award, an award for honoring Christian faith in Sumner County.
When Sue McCracken and Cathy Lampman visited Wynnewood two years ago asking if there was a special project that needed funding, they were introduced to Robin DeVilling, who volunteers as collections chairman. She immediately directed the two members of the Questers Organization to view the p…
The sounds of the Nashville Symphony drifted through the grounds of Rock Castle and across Old Hickory Lake on Saturday as the orchestra returned for a second year as part of its Community Concert Series.
Jessica Miranda, a junior accounting student, and Brady Morgan, a senior finance student, both from Hendersonville, spent this semester learning about the banking industry by serving on the American Bank & Trust of the Cumberlands Student Advisory Board.
Clarendale at Indian Lake, the new senior living community under construction and scheduled to be completed in late 2018 in Hendersonville, Tennessee, has hired Carol Maynard, Director of Community Relations.
The Tennessee FFA Association has selected Julia Knaggs of the Station Camp FFA Chapter to serve as the Tennessee FFA National Officer Candidate at the 2018 National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN, which takes place in October.
Parker Luellen, a student at Madison Academy, has been selected to represent Hendersonville as a National Youth Correspondent to the 2018 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University.
For the third year in a row, a team from Merrol Hyde Magnet School has qualified and competed at the National Academic Quiz Bowl Tournament (NAQT). This year’s tournament was held in Atlanta, Georgia on May 26th -27th where 352 teams from across the country and China competed for the nationa…
Sumner County officials have taken the initial step to hire a design and consulting team that would be involved with the construction of a proposed new courthouse in downtown Gallatin.
The 3rd annual Hendersonville Main Street Porch Fest was held on Saturday at Hazel Path Mansion and Business Park. More than 60 performers took center stage between seven porches.
Members of the Hendersonville Regional Planning Commission voted on Tuesday to recommend the rezoning of 4.7 acres on Saundersville Road to allow for an office/retail plaza.