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Two Hendersonville teens have been indicted by the Sumner County grand jury for attempted murder in relation to a robbery involving marijuana that occurred in November.

On July 6, Hendersonville police came into contact with a Gray Chevrolet Equinox that almost collided with a patrol vehicle. 

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The parents of two Merrol Hyde Magnet School students say a May 9, 2018 fire at the school caused permanent physical and/or mental health damage to their children, according to two separate lawsuits filed earlier this year in Sumner County Circuit Court.

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Gallatin police have released video of a confrontation between two Sumner County Commissioners that occurred outside a meeting last month, which resulted in one official claiming he was the victim of a simple assault.

On July 1, a Goodlettsville police officer spotted a vehicle Hendersonville Police Department had recently distributed photos of in connection with a felony theft of nearly $7,000 in tools from a Hendersonville construction site.

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Hendersonville Fire Department officials were cleared of any criminal wrongdoing last week in response to a complaint brought by a former alderman candidate that city assets – including on-duty firefighters - were used in a political campaign against him.

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A Sumner County Commissioner claims he was physically assaulted by another commissioner outside a meeting last month, according to a Gallatin Police Department Incident Report obtained by the Gallatin News.

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Although Hendersonville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed a 2020 fiscal year budget Tuesday with $600,000 more spending than revenue, residents won’t know for a couple of months how the vote will affect their pocketbooks.

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With a change in trash pick-up providers set for July 1, the city’s public works department and aldermen have fielded hundreds of calls recently about missed trash collection, according to Public Works Committee Chairman Mark Skidmore.

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Hendersonville leaders voted on first reading Tuesday to adopt a $57 million budget that spends nearly a million dollars more than it takes in and eliminates entirely the annual assessment fee residents pay for residential trash pick-up. The budget also calls for a more than 13 percent prope…

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After lengthy discussion and hearty citizen disapproval of stripping the volunteer fire department of funding, the commission voted to table the 2019-2020 fiscal year budget appropriations and to approve a continuation budget at 1:28 a.m. on June 18.

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A Hendersonville woman has been charged with arson for allegedly setting fire to her boyfriend’s Birchwood Drive home five times in April.