Prompted by complaints from those weary of door-to-door solicitors, city leaders are expected to consider the implementation of a registry that would allow residents to say no to certain solicitors before they come knocking.
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security plans to expand its driver services center in Sumner County to increase capacity at the facility, according to a spokesperson for the agency.
Amid a recent uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases both locally and nationally, Sumner County students will start the 2021-22 school year much as they did before the coronavirus pandemic hit Middle Tennessee in March of 2020.
This year the Tennessee tax-free offerings have tripled — not only including the usual back-to-school weekend exemption on clothing, school supplies and computers, but expanding to offer a full week of taxless shopping on food and a whole year of tax-free shopping for gun safes and other gun safety features.
Looks like another week of high temperatures well into the 90s and heat index over 100 at times with the driest weather coming for the middle portion of the week and then chances going back up to 40% by the weekend.
After deferring a vote earlier this year to rename Drakes Creek Park in honor of former Parks Director Dave LeMarbre, city leaders voted last week to establish an ad hoc committee to propose a plan for the naming of city structures and facilities.
For the second time in less than three weeks, a department head has announced he’ll leave the city of Hendersonville’s employ after holding the permanent position for less than a year.
Construction of Facebook’s new $800 million data center in Gallatin is nearly 25 percent complete and still on track to become operational in 2023, according to company officials overseeing the project.
It’s been a little more than five years since Joyce and Marlon Reed turned their long-time dream of owning their own restaurant into a reality.
Rumors that Hollywood actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are the secret buyers of Kelly Clarkson’s recently sold Hendersonville mansion aren’t true, according to realtor Jack Miller, who handled the $6.3 million sale last month.
Hendersonville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Tuesday voted to defer a request by the city’s only new car dealership to allow land along West Main Street to be used for a display lot after leaders from the Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) spoke against the proposal.
July has been a little below normal on temperatures thus far and we do not have any excessive heat coming for the next two weeks, as I am expecting temperatures to stay below normal through the 25th of July.
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Hendersonville Public Works Director Marshall Boyd will be leaving the city’s employ this month after accepting the position of county engineer with Sumner County’s Department of Development Services.
On Dec. 30, 2019, Hendersonville Master Patrol Officer Spencer Bristol was hit by a car while he was running across Interstate 65 to chase a fleeing suspect. He died from his injuries that night, leaving behind his wife, Lauren, and daughter Eloise, who was 3 at the time.
Members of the Hendersonville Regional Planning Commission were unanimous Tuesday in their vote to recommend denial of a New Jersey developer’s request to rezone 6.4 acres at 216 Sanders Ferry Road in order to build a 299-unit, 55 and up age-restricted community.
The Sumner County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the deaths of two family members, ages 16 and 20 as possible drug overdoses.
The Hendersonville Police Department celebrated its 50th anniversary July 1 with some help from state and local officials, the Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association and a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton, R-Crossville, has appointed Majority Whip Johnny Garrett, R-Goodlettsville, as co-chairman of the Joint Ad Hoc Committee to Review Data Privacy.