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Those who travel along Indian Lake Road in front of Ellis Middle School when parents are dropping off or picking up children at the school know all too well the bottle neck the school traffic creates. 

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Three Hendersonville parks were recently equipped with License Plate Recognition (LPR) cameras, and Parks Director Andy Gilley says they are already helping local crime-fighting efforts. 

United Way of Sumner County, in partnership with United Ways of Tennessee is sharing the results of a statewide report, ALICE in Tennessee: A Financial Hardship Study, thatreveals the challenges facing working families who are struggling to stay afloat.

The Parks Department in conjunction with the MOMS Club of Hendersonville held a recent ribbon cutting at Kids Kingdom to celebrate its newest addition, a Little Free Library - a stand-alone, drop-off and pick-up for books. This library was donated to the Parks Department by the MOMS Club as …

Local runner Scott Wietecha holds the newly-created Wietecha Cup that will be awarded in December to a contestant who completes the Hendersonville Race Series, (Memorial Day Classic, Hendersonville Half Marathon, Indian Lake Loop, and the YMCA Frostbite 10K). Also pictured is Mayor Jamie Cla…

The Robert Cooke Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met on Feb. 1. The chapter honored the late aviator and Nashville native Cornelia Fort as a notable woman in American History. Historian Carolyn Christian Martin gave a program on Molly Pitcher. Chapter members also wore re…

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It is a mission for promoting health and fitness that has driven Hendersonville residents and fitness enthusiasts Andrew Rhea, 45, and Garrett Baumbalough, 39, to bring to the area, KalQlate, an advanced science-driven approach to working out for health and fitness.

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In an attempt to make Board of Mayor and Aldermen meetings more efficient – and some hope shorter – Hendersonville leaders voted recently to amend the city’s municipal code in order for BOMA and standing committee meetings to start sooner.  

Democratic candidate for the U. S. Senate James Mackler spoke in Gallatin last week regarding the danger of dark money being funneled into Tennessee to fund campaigns as a result of the Citizens United court ruling 10 years ago. In that ruling, the court held the free speech clause prohibits…

The impeachment of President Donald Trump could set a “new standard” that leads to more future presidents being impeached when an opposing party controls Congress, according United States Rep. John Rose. 

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Hendersonville Codes Director Brian Washko resigned abruptly last week a day after city leaders discussed for nearly two hours findings from the city’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). 

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Hendersonville leaders voted on first reading recently to spend up to $25,000 so that the family of MPO Spencer Bristol, as well as a handful of local officers, can attend events in May at the National Law Enforcement Police Memorial.  

Ponce Law is proud to announce that Attorney Nina Parsley recently was named to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Nina focuses on employment law and personal injury law. The official press release from the Million Dollar Advocates Forum is below along with the presentation of the certificate.