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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Jolly Ollie’s has been unable to schedule their final inspection for re-opening. 

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A former Mississippi county administrator and an interim village manager from Schiller Park, Ill., are the final two candidates for Hendersonville’s newly created position of city administrator.

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After asking for the city’s help in slowing down traffic along their busy street, residents along Jefferson Drive have taken matters into their own hands.

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Despite a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in Sumner County over the past two weeks, Sumner County Schools are still on track to open Aug. 3, according to school district Spokesperson Jeremy Johnson.

Hendersonville Christian Academy is pleased to welcome Diane Musson to the upper school teaching team for the 2020-2021 school year.  She will lead upper school choirs, assist in leading special programs, and teach middle school English.

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A Clarksville man who filed a false police report after a 12-year-old companion was involved in a car accident, has been charged with child rape after admitting to having sex with the child on three separate occasions, according to an arrest affidavit filed by Hendersonville police.

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Gov. Bill Lee on Monday extended the state of emergency related to COVID-19 through Aug. 29 to provide for regulatory flexibility, an official says.

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A little more than 1,600 Sumner County residents have requested to vote by absentee ballot for the Aug. 6 federal and state and county general election, according to a local election office official.

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There are six new cases of COVID-19 at the Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing, which has already had 25 residents die from the virus following a widespread outbreak at the nursing home earlier this year.

The following students have been named to the Spring 2020 Dean's List at Volunteer State Community College: Amanda Harland, Chuck Cason, Rhiannon Smotherman, Maryssa Ward, Sophia Edwards, Faith Edgerton, Lauren Chapman, Elijah Duncan, Chris Laight, Kaitlin Norman, Gabrielle Steiner, Alex Eze…

Jacob Titus, of Hendersonville, was named to the Lincoln Memorial University Dean's List for the Spring semester of 2020. To be placed on the Dean's List, the student must be a full-time undergraduate and have a 3.5 or higher, grade-point average for the semester. Over 600 students were reco…

TriStar Health has added a health insurance eligibility and advocacy services hotline – 833-867-8771. A COVID-19 hotline was established in March to provide information about the novel coronavirus to callers seeking guidance regarding possible exposure, symptoms, and when to seek health care…

Two 2020 graduates are new members of the University of Alabama Dance Team.  Madelyn Ashley (Station Camp High School) and Natali Arms (Hendersonville High School) auditioned virtually along with 120 applicants.  Natali joins her sister, Saydi, who also auditioned and maintained her position…

William Styles and Janna Eddy from Country Financial recently presented a check for $1,500 to Eddie Anderson of Sanders Ferry Pizza and Pub as part of “Operation Helping Heroes.” The proceeds from the check was used to fund a meal tab for local first responders and healthcare workers during June. 

Hendersonville Utility District was recently named the winner of the Region 5 Best Tasting Water Competition, sponsored by the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts (TAUD).  The event took place at West Wilson Utility District on June 10. TAUD Region 5 consists of Cheatham, Davidson, Ro…

Kathryn Lee of Hendersonville was named to Clemson University President’s List for the spring 2020 semester. The honor is reserved for the highest achieving students at Clemson who exemplify excellence in the attainment of their educational goals by achieving a perfect grade point average of…

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Jeremy Jarmon has traded in his football gear for a different kind of personal protective equipment – masks, gowns and face shields.

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Hendersonville residents will soon have one of their favorite eateries back as Jolly Ollie’s plans to reopen on July 12.