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On June 24 a felony theft of property stolen from a residence on Hepplewhite Drive was reported police. The investigation resulted in a felony theft warrant being obtained for James Daye, 32, of Hendersonville.

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Although the city’s planning commission and Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted years ago to close a portion of Drake’s Creek Road in conjunction with the development of nearby Durham Farms, that closure may not happen anytime soon, according to Public Works Committee Chairman Mark Skidmore.

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The Sumner County Board of Education will welcome two new members following Thursday’s county general election while District 1’s Tammy Hayes handily won re-election in Hendersonville’s only contested school board race.

State and city officials say they are investigating a blasting incident that sent softball-sized stones into a residential pool and driveway in the Wynbrooke subdivision on Monday. No injuries were reported.

For more than three decades Andy Gilley has been a fixture at one Hendersonville park or another – first as a player, and most recently as a coach at Hendersonville High School.   

As the fire alarm echoed through the halls of Station Camp High School last week, a group of law enforcement officers rushed through the front doors of the county’s largest high school.

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For more than three decades Andy Gilley has been a fixture at one Hendersonville park or another – first as a player, and most recently as a coach at Hendersonville High School.   

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Detectives with the Hendersonville Police Department charged two juveniles last weekend in connection with a string of vehicle thefts and vehicle burglaries. The incidents occurred in the Rockland Road and Riviera Drive area and spanned approximately two weeks. 

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Early voting in the Republican and Democratic gubernatorial primaries began July 13. Election day is just around the corner on Thursday, Aug. 2.

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Hendersonville Mayor Jamie Clary’s three-day suspension of Public Works Director Chip Moore without pay earlier this year will remain overturned after Clary abruptly withdrew his appeal to have it reinstated Tuesday.

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On July 21, Hendersonville police responded to the area of Scotch Street concerning a domestic violence incident where the suspect, identified as Mark Bain, attempted to strike his uncle with a golf club following a verbal altercation.

Tommy N. Hay announces his write-in candidacy for the TN Republican US Senate Position to replace Bob Corker.

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In order to comply with a new state law requiring background checks be performed on all school employees every five years, the Sumner County Board of Education voted Tuesday to revise its current policy.

A total of 11,347 students enrolled during the 2018 spring semester at The University of Alabama were named to the Dean's List with an academic record of 3.5 or above or the President's List with an academic record of 4.0 (all A's).

On June 25-26, Hendersonville police responded to multiple vehicle burglaries in the Mansker Farms and Glen Oak subdivisions including a stolen vehicle in the area of White Oak Court.