In an apparent compromise between those who wanted the city to follow through on a previous commitment of closing a winding, two-lane road north of the city and residents in the same area who wanted it left open, the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted on first reading Tuesday to close …
A ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony was held Aug. 7 for PEER Place, a non-profit day facility that provides social activities and continual learning programs for special needs adults over the age of 22.
Ward 4 Alderman Andy Gilley resigned his seat on Hendersonville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen Tuesday just before being confirmed as the city’s new Director of Parks and Recreation.
While many her age are binge-watching the latest popular drama on Netflix or Amazon, 21-year-old Claire McNair has been engrossed in a real-life drama that took place more than a century ago.
Kenton Shaw, M.S., CCC-SLP, of Hendersonville, Tennessee, was one of only 20 speech-language pathologists chosen to attend an intensive workshop on stuttering therapy.
A Hendersonville teacher was one of three lucky educators to receive a personal styling session with a well-known fashion blogger, free outfits and school supplies in a giveaway sponsored by Goodwill last week.
A proposal to use a house purchased in June on the former Batey Farm for office space for city personnel is expected to be considered soon by the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Dancers from The WRK.PLC. recently competed at Nexstar National Dance Competition in Orlando. Three of the routines won National Championship awards for their age divisions, and the studio also brought home $1,750 in prize money.
BSA Troop 75 from Hendersonville First United Methodist Church welcomed their 70th Eagle Scout, Kyle Peterson on July 22. To join Troop 75 please call (615) 824-8725 or visit Troop 75 on Facebook. SUBMITTED
Trevecca Nazarene University has announced its Spring 2018 Dean's List for traditional undergraduate students. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student and attain a semester grade point average of 3.50 or higher on a 4.00 grading scale.
With the heat and humidity of summer days, family vacations, and warm-weather pests, the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association offers some tips to keep your family’s pets happy and healthy.
When Cassi Venable, a kindergarten teacher at George Whitten Elementary School realized there were some students who didn’t have a lot of books at home, she knew she needed to help.
On Saturday, Aug.18, at 8 a.m. the Knights of Columbus Council 9132 Hendersonville will conduct a Charity Golf Tournament at Country Hills Golf Course in Hendersonville.
The Rotary Club of Hendersonville recently held its Annual Banquet to close out a very successful year of fundraising, fellowship and fun. With all of the fundraising endeavors of the club, they raised over $100,000 to help in their community and could not have done so without the help of th…