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Despite a global pandemic, Hendersonville’s local sales tax revenue has exceeded the previous year’s revenue by more than $600,000 – the largest year over year increase in recent memory.

The City of Hendersonville will begin holding hybrid Board of Mayor and Aldermen meetings Jan. 26 with the option for aldermen and citizens to attend in-person or virtually. Mayor Jamie Clary’s motion to hold hybrid meetings until BOMA decides otherwise was unanimously approved in the Jan. 1…

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A public hearing will be held in February for a proposed 80-acre residential development off of Cages Bend Road after Hendersonville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen rejected the proposal in December and reversed course a month later.

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A Gallatin man is among several Tennesseans who have been charged in connection with a riot that occurred at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. earlier this month.

The Tennessee Department of Education announced $30,000 in additional grants that will be awarded to Sumner County Schools to fund science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and middle school career and technical education (CTE).

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life in 40 Middle Tennessee counties and beyond, announces $2,426,677 in grants to 350 local nonprofit organizations as part of the 2020 annual grant-making process.

EPIC Event Centre was on track to have a record-breaking year for sales until the pandemic changed everything in mid-March.

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By January of 1973 the city of Hendersonville had grown to more than 17,000 residents since incorporating just four years earlier.

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Sumner County residents who are eligible can sign up to receive a Covid-19 vaccination appointment, however officials say supplies are still limited.

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A planned mixed-use development located between Gallatin and Hendersonville would feature new restaurant and retail space along with an ice rink being developed in partnership with the Nashville Predators, according to officials involved with the project.

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After a lengthy evaluation, including surveys, focus groups and demographic studies, a nearly 20-year dream will become a reality next school year when Pope John Paul II High School will expand its grade offerings to include middle school students in grades six through eight, providing new C…

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The Hendersonville Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously to approve a $10,687 fine on the City’s trash provider, Waste Pro, following several weeks of issues.

Amanda Chapman’s class at Lakeside Park Elementary recently elected their new 4-H officers - President - Micha Boesh; Vice President - Tyler Dacker; Secretary - Lauren Love; Reporter -Kaylee Owens; Record  Keeper- Manassah Aluoch; and Activity Leader - Alana Jennings. Whitney Whittaker is th…

Bobby Salman’s 4th Grade class at Lakeside Park Elementary school announces newly elected 4-h officers.Pictured, (l-r) are President: Eli Corothers, Vice President: Aden Monaghan, Secretary: Preston Barrows, Reporter: Amos McDowell, Record Keeper: Keeley McCraken, Activity Leader: Kinsley Ho…

Mrs. Alisha Mitchell’s 5th grade class at Madison Creek Elementary recently voted for 4-H club positions. This class was asked which position they wanted to run for, the classmate(s) would stand up if the student wanted to be selected for the specific position and explain why they want to ru…

Congratulations to the 5th grade 4H elected officers at Jack Anderson Elementary School. From the left: President: Colt; Vice President: Scott; Secretary: Aiden; Reporter: Grayce; Record Keeper: Anastasia; Activity Leader: Baxter. SUBMITTED