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Hendersonville umpire Bubba Perry called the recent memorial softball tournament for fallen HPD Officer Spencer Bristol an honor to be a part of.

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As October creeps closer, a myriad of spooky places pops up across Middle Tennessee like goosebumps on a first-grader’s first visit to the dentist. It seems every other plot of eerie earth offers an experience to give you the heebie-jeebies, and you’re paying for it.

The Hendersonville Library Friends are hosting a mini-book sale. Unfortunately, Covid-19 is challenging the size and location of the book sale, but we are addressing and following mandates to keep everyone safe and healthy.  

Returning for the 2020 Christmas season is the Parks Department and HolidayFest’s annual Festival of Lights event sponsored by Ultimate Party. This year, not only will it feature even more light displays, but the public can now be a part of it.

The silver jig disappeared into the dark-green depths of Percy Priest lake, plunging down, down, down.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Jolly Ollie’s has been unable to schedule their final inspection for re-opening. 

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Hendersonville residents will soon have one of their favorite eateries back as Jolly Ollie’s plans to reopen on July 12. 

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With a population of 300, tiny Granville may triple or quadruple its size when it opens the door to its new Mayberry-I Love Lucy Museum on Saturday, June 13.

In honor of Memorial Day, the Robert Cooke DAR Chapter marked graves of men who were killed in action in service at the Beech Historic Cemetery in Hendersonville. Regent DeAnn Killion, a former trustee of the cemetery association, and her children placed flags on soldiers of the Mexican-Amer…

Mahailiah Hughes, the retired longtime circuit court clerk who made history by becoming the first woman elected to a countywide public office in Sumner County, died Friday, May 29. She was 80.

The ending of one chapter can be a bittersweet feeling; however, members of the Class of 2020 experienced more bitter than sweet thanks to the COVID 19 pandemic that closed schools for two months, canceled proms and postponed graduations.

There may be a quarantine keeping folks close to home, but a group of students believe that reading can take you places.

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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.   

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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 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.