There may be a quarantine keeping folks close to home, but a group of students believe that reading can take you places.
Hendersonville Parks and Recreation Director Andy Gilley stated in his updated press release on May 22 that new baseball and softball combined Summer/Fall Leagues could begin June 1 in conjunction with the Hendersonville Civitan Club.
Lynn Frierson Faust caught the lightning-bug “bug” 30 years ago. She has captured so many thousands of the tiny sparklers in her net that she can identify most species this side of the Mississippi simply by their flash.
The votes have been tallied and the results are in! Congratulations to all of our finalists in the 2020 Sumner County Main Street Awards. The top 3 finalists in each category were selected by votes from our readers, naming each as one of Sumner County's favorite local businesses, people, pla…
On Saturday, April 18, members of St. Timothy Lutheran Church planted the community garden for the coming season. The garden is located on the grounds of the church and was started in 2019 to help provide fresh vegetables to local area food banks and non-profits, including the Sumner County …
The City of Hendersonville has been selected by the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association as the host of the Inaugural Middle School baseball and softball state tournaments to be held at Drakes Creek Park May 21-22, 2021.
The Hendersonville Parks and students across Sumner County have a special bond. The kids growing up playing with each other in all kinds of sports, then they move on and represent their respective schools across the county.
Hendersonville Parks Department Director Andy Gilley announced Thursday, March 24, that several facilities would remain closed through the end of the month due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
A contestant on the hit series “The Voice” says he learned a lot about songwriting and performing while living on a Hendersonville farm and honing his craft in Nashville this past year.
More than 130 adults and teens with special needs and their families received the royal treatment Feb. 7 at a “Night to Shine” – a global event held in partnership with the Tim Tebow Foundation.
A Castalian Springs teenager with autism who wanted to share a soda with a police officer was instead surprised by more than a dozen local and state law enforcement officers for lunch last week.
The Birth Center and NICU teams at TriStar Hendersonville set a new record last week caring for five sets of twins in the nursery. This record is being celebrated the same month the hospital is recognizing the four-year anniversary of the opening of The Birth Center and NICU at the hospital.
Clarendale Indian Lake is hosting Caregiver Support Group every 3rd Thursday of the month at 12:00pm-1:00pm in the Oaks Dining Room. Lunch is provided and we will talk about the challenges of those caring for loved ones with dementia. You will leave refreshed, equipped, and know you are not …
The Hendersonville Performing Arts Company presents Matilda the Musical Feb. 13 through March 1 with performances on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m.
For the first time in years, the annual YMCA Frostbite races began under rain-filled skies on Dec. 28. Fortunately, the rain was short-lived, resulting in a fun family outing for hundreds of runners and spectators.
Colored lights, blaring horns and the cheers of an excited crowd. That’s how the annual Christmas 4 Kids shopping spree began at the Hendersonville Walmart Super Center on Dec. 17. Beginning with a dinner and entertainment at the Gallatin Civic Center earlier in the day, the event brought 40…
The 5th annual Sumner County “Deck the Hulls” Christmas Boat Parade was held on Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville on Dec. 14. Thousands of spectators watched the parade on both sides of Drakes Creek from vantage points ranging from the starting line at Mallard Point Park to the turnaround …