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Republican U.S. Rep. Diane Black is basing her gubernatorial campaign largely against illegal immigration and any of its trappings. Many of her TV commercials describe a hardline stance, including one of her standing on an Old Hickory Lake boat dock talking about catch and release, a method …

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A Management Review Committee recently formed to hear the appeal of Hendersonville Public Works Director Chip Moore may not meet until July, according to City Attorney John Bradley.

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On June 6, Hendersonville police were called to 126 Walton Ferry Rd. on a suspicious incident.  A window was broken in the apartment and the complaint thought she heard someone inside.

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Sumner County leaders have given initial approval to fund the hiring of a design and consulting team for a recommended new courthouse project from an existing capital projects budget.

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In the wake of Nashville’s failed transit referendum, members of the state legislature are looking at next steps.

Hendersonville police saw a 9 percent increase in the number of reportable crimes from 2016 to 2017, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s recently released 2017 Crime in Tennessee report.

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A committee of Hendersonville aldermen responsible for allocating city funds to non-profit organizations and special agencies has recommended the city give $250,400 to 29 local organizations as part of the 2018-19 fiscal year budget. The city’s Non-profit Contributions and Special Agencies C…

In a meeting that spilled into the next day, the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed on first reading early Wednesday a $53 million fiscal year budget that includes 10 new police officers; 19 new firefighters and a fire department inspector; permanent lighting for Volunteer Park at Arr…

An ordinance to create a city administrator position that would report directly to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen and perform many of the duties already performed by the city’s mayor was sent back to the General Committee Tuesday upon the request of its sponsor.

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On May 31, officers with the Hendersonville Police Department were dispatched to the Relax Inn, located at 179 W. Main St., on a suspicious incident call. Hotel staff had called the police in reference to a female chasing a male around the parking lot. 

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Residents who travel Drakes Creek Road north of Vietnam Veterans Boulevard on a regular basis are being asked to show their support for repairing the road by attending the June 12 Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.

Timothy Brown of Hendersonville graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration from Campbellsville University on May 12. A record number of 1,013 students graduated during the 2017-18 academic year. Campbellsville has also set a record enrollment of more than 10,000 …

The following students achieved the Dean's List at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee for the Spring 2018 semester. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5 with no grade below a C: Austin Coleman; Emma Freshwater; Kara Garret…