For over 150 years Martindale-Hubble has been the authority in attorney reviews and ratings. Martindale-Hubble ratings have been used to help identify, evaluate and select the best legal representation.
Martindale-Hubbell and ALM announce that Timothy L. Miles, a nationally recognized securities class action and shareholder rights attorney from Hendersonville, has been selected as a 2019 Elite Lawyer of the South and will be highlighted for this recognition in a special section of The Natio…
The General Jethro Sumner Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, recently donated to the Sumner County Archives, the latest book about Tennessee DAR chapter history, History of the Tennessee Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1990-2019. This book was presented to Bonnie …
Thirty members of the General Jethro Sumner Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, attended Tennessee DAR Workshops recently in Jackson, Murfreesboro, and Maryville.
Three members of the Hendersonville area Girl Scout Troop No. 1145 received the "Sow What Journey Award" on Aug. 22 for their work in planning, preparing, planting and working the Journey Community Garden at St. Timothy Lutheran Church.
On Sunday, Aug. 18, the outdoor walking labyrinth at St. Timothy Lutheran Church was officially dedicated by Pastor Lewis Groce. The labyrinth was constructed several years ago, and was upgraded and moved to its present location during the church's renovation.
Walton Ferry Elementary School has been designated a 2019 TN Reward School by the Tennessee Department of Education based on TNReady assessment results. Reward schools are those schools that see improvement in achievement and growth for all students and student groups.
Even before the city’s official incorporation 50 years ago, the biggest influences in country music were already calling Hendersonville home. From big names like Johnny and June Carter Cash, Conway Twitty and the Oak Ridge Boys to industry icons like producer Fred Foster, the city’s musical …
With historic homes like Rock Castle and Monthaven that date back centuries, many are surprised to learn that the city of Hendersonville itself is just a half century old.
Speaker Pro Tempore Ferrell Haile (R-Gallatin) has earned the highest rating in the Senate from the Club for Growth Foundation for supporting pro-growth economic policies in Tennessee.
Healthy communities not only improve the physical health of residents, but also its overall economic sustainability. Community Health Leadership Awards, developed by the Sumner County Health Committee (SCHC), were established to recognize and acknowledge individuals, organizations, and gro…
The College Board recently released the list of Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars and 45 students at Merrol Hyde Magnet School (MHMS) were awarded the designation. Of the 152 AP Scholars county-wide, MHMS accounted for 29.6 percent of that number.
Over the past few years, Historic Rock Castle has become one of the area’s most popular music venues as evidenced by its Summer Songwriter Night series. Featuring live entertainment outside on the property grounds, the event has continued to grow year after year.
Two new schools planned for the Upper Station Camp Creek area north of Hendersonville will open in the fall of 2022, Director of Schools Del Phillips told about 100 residents who gathered recently to hear plans for handling infrastructure improvements in the area.
Whether or not the city should implement a city-wide recycling program will be the topic of a Board of Mayor and Aldermen workshop scheduled for Sept. 17 at the Hendersonville Public Library.
Award-winning writer Randy Overbeck was the guest speaker at the Hendersonville Rotary Club this week at the Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club.
Dr. Lois Jordan of Hendersonville has been honored as a Woman of the Month for June 2019 by P.O.W.E.R. (Professional Organization of Woman of Excellence Recognized) for her outstanding contributions and achievements in the fields of education and politics.
Fourteen Sumner County Schools were designated Reward Schools recently by the Tennessee Department of Education following the release of TNReady assessment results.