TriStar Hendersonville will join TriStar Health facilities across Middle Tennessee in hosting an opioid take-back event to raise awareness about the dangers of opioid misuse and proper disposal of medications on Saturday, Oct. 24.
The Sumner County Board of Education didn’t do enough to protect a middle school student from being sexually harassed and assaulted by his teacher by failing to act on previous reports of the teacher’s questionable behavior, according to a civil lawsuit filed Monday in Sumner County Circuit Court.
A Middle Tennessee teenager who said she became discouraged by local politics when a campaign sign in her front yard was torn down recently is calling for more civility in local, state and national politics.
Russ Edwards serves as an Alderman for Ward 3 in Hendersonville. He was elected to that position in 2018. He is running for reelection this year and is unopposed.
Rachel Collins announces her candidacy for the Ward 5 seat in Hendersonville. She is a wife, mother of two, owner of the small business Southern Hues, dedicated volunteer, and longtime resident of Sumner County.
Hendersonville’s Regal Streets of Indian Lake & IMAX movie theater is one of more than 500 Regal theaters across the country that suspended its operations last week amid low turnout during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To say that things have changed in the last six months would be an understatement. As a matter of fact, COVID-19 seems to be changing things around us by the day, hour and minute.
Sumner County Assistant District Attorney Ron Blanton is one of 11 applicants vying for a seat on the state’s Court of Criminal Appeals.
The Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce hosted a mayoral panel last week with candidates Mayor Jamie Clary and Brenda Payne. Devon O’Day, radio personality, emceed the event, and Tena Lee, a reporter at the Hendersonville Standard, asked questions of the candidates. Here are some of the topic…
A Hendersonville alderman contemplating a bid for state office says he was threatened by the county’s administrator of elections last week for a vote he made as a member of the Hendersonville Regional Planning Commission.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization working to improve the quality of life in 40 Middle Tennessee and three Kentucky counties, announces it is awarding scholarships to 328 individual students pursuing secondary education at accredited schools throughout th…
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that William Hypes is now affiliated with its Hendersonville branch office as a licensed realtor. Hypes will serve the residential real estate needs of buyers and sellers throughout Sumner, Davidson, Robertson and surrounding counties.
The body of a Hendersonville man was recovered over the weekend in Old Hickory Lake within hours after he was reported missing, according to local officials.
A Hendersonville First Responders Memorial is set to be dedicated at Memorial Park later this month, Ward 6 Alderman Eddie Roberson reported at the Sept. 22 Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.
Hi, I am Matt Stamper. I am running again for Alderman in Ward Six. I previously served as alderman and left being proud of the work I helped accomplish during my time. We were able to secure a bond that helped fixed flooding issues from Drakes Creek, we were paving roads including Wessingto…
A registered sex offender is behind bars again after the city’s License Plate Recognition system alerted Hendersonville police to a stolen vehicle in Memorial Park.
A teen who fled on foot from Hendersonville Police Officer Spencer Bristol moments before Bristol was struck by a passing vehicle on I-65 pleaded guilty to felony evading arrest on Friday.
Members of the Sumner County Commission will likely vote in November to fill a vacancy on the 24-member body following the recent resignation of District 7 Comm. Loren Echols.
Since 1982 Christmas 4 Kids has brightened the holiday season for countless Middle Tennessee kids and adults who look forward each year to volunteering for the non-profit organization.