A badge-pinning ceremony was held on Friday, Sept. 11 for the Hendersonville Police Department’s five newest officers. They are (L-R) Andrew Dillehay, Holli Byrd, Kalum Stanley, Dalton Walls and Emily Tipsord. The officers are currently undergoing in-house training and will soon attend the T…
The Hendersonville Crime Stoppers Board of Director’s wanted to show appreciation and give thanks to our local heroes, the Hendersonville Police Department. A banner was placed at the edge of the property so officers and the public could see as a daily reminder. The banner was designed and p…
A Cottontown man who authorities say repeatedly raped a child from the time she was 10 years old until she was found to be impregnated by him at the age of 16 will spend the next 30 years in prison.
The Tennessee Registry of Election Finance voted recently to hold a show-cause hearing regarding a complaint filed in June by a Hendersonville woman against the Hendersonville Firefighters Association PAC.
A Sumner County political organization is allowed to meet at a county-owned facility despite being told otherwise by Sumner County Mayor Anthony Holt, the county’s law director acknowledged last week.
Last week a federal district court dismissed a lawsuit against the City of Hendersonville, Fire Chief Scotty Bush and Fire Marshall Paul Varble.
Ponce Law and Fox 17 News are working together to honor a person in the community who works to help others. In August, Winston “Buddy” Burkett was selected after being nominated for his many years of volunteering with the Homebound Meals Program of Hendersonville. Buddy plans to donate the $…
As the holiday season approaches, Gaylord Hotels announces a new one-of-a-kind marquee Christmas pop-up experience that will debut this November at Gaylord Opryland.
On Sept. 3, the Hendersonville Rotary Club and city officials held a groundbreaking for the First Responders Monument. The monument will honor past, current, and future police, fire and EMTs for their service and sacrifice to protect our citizens. The Rotary Club is gifting the monument to t…
Many new things are happening at the library for you to enjoy whether you are at the library or you want to download a good book or take a new class. We have something for everyone. With the pandemic we know many of our patrons want something new to do at home, so check out our website and…
Hendersonville police arrested three juveniles last Saturday night in connection with an armed robbery that occurred in the Rockland Recreation Area on Power Plant Road.
Nine Hendersonville aldermen have sponsored a resolution expressing opposition to a proposed rental section in the Durham Farms community.
Mayor Jamie Clary’s concern about a possible conflict of interest between City Administrator Dave LeMarbre and the Hendersonville Officials Association (HOA) led to a delay in signing baseball and kickball umpire checks recently.
After waffling back and forth for several weeks about whether or not it will provide school or district-level information about COVID-19 cases in public schools, the Tennessee Department of Education launched a dashboard last week releasing some of that information.
Born blind, black and impoverished to an alcoholic and abusive father, Fred Bailey had just about every strike against him growing up.
The following students have been named to the summer 2020 Dean's List at Volunteer State Community College: Jesse Baker, Johanna Silva and Nathaly Salgado, all of Hendersonville.
Grover Murrell, B.A., communication, of Hendersonville, was among the 1,532 students who received 1,290 bachelor’s degrees, 231 master’s degrees and 11 doctoral degrees from Salisbury University.
Jameslynn Haefele of Hendersonville, has been named to the spring 2020 quarter Dean's List at Palmer College of Chiropractic's Florida campus in Port Orange, Fla.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released the results of the 2019 Youth Risk Behavioral Surveillance System (YRBSS). The YRBSS is a survey, conducted by the CDC, that includes national, state, and local school-based representative samples of 9th through 12th grade students.