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.
A Sumner County judge granted on Thursday an order of protection for a Hendersonville woman who says she saw a stranger shoot her two dogs and then hid in fear as the man tried to enter her home with a shotgun.
A Nashville man who stole a Sumner County Sheriff’s Office vehicle while in police custody in April was re-captured July 4 after deputies deployed tear gas at a home in White House.
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.
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.
Hendersonville police arrested five juveniles early Sunday in connection with a string of car burglaries in the Saundersville Station subdivision.
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.
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.
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.
Hendersonville police are calling an interaction today between an SUV driven by older white male and a juvenile on a bike “suspicious,” and are asking for the public’s help with the investigation.
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.
The Hendersonville Police Department (HPD) with the assistance of other local agencies will be conducting a roadside sobriety checkpoint during the week of July1 on East Main Street within the city limits.
All U.S. residents will soon be required to present a new form of identification to board airplanes, enter military bases and access most federal facilities.
Hendersonville police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man they say found a cell phone at Walmart and refused to return it to its rightful owner.
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.
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…
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.