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Hendersonville police have charged a local nurse for substituting a patient’s medication with Tylenol and stealing the more potent narcotic, Hydrocodone.

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Mayor Jamie Clary appointed two new members to the Hendersonville Regional Planning Commission this month while not renewing the terms of long-time members David Jenkins and Darlene Stringfellow.

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On the heels of Music City Studios, a recently approved project on the city’s west side estimated to bring several hundred jobs and hundreds of thousands of dollars to the area, city leaders approved plans on Tuesday for Nearwater Place, a high-end, 49-unit residential development that will …

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No injuries were reported in a fire that started in the kitchen area of Carnival Food & More on Monday evening.

The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) recently honored Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown for her work to advocate for U.S. global leadership as an imperative and effective approach to strengthening our country’s local communities

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With a primary election in May, the county’s general election in August, and elections for municipal, state and federal offices in November, the Sumner County Election Office is gearing up for a busy year.

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Hendersonville police are asking for help in identifying a man they say broke into the Dunkin’ Donuts on Indian Lake Boulevard just before 1 a.m. on Dec. 29.

Pretty incredible numbers on the temperatures for December — we finished with one of the mildest-ever with numerous record highs and it even continued on New Year’s Day with a record high.

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From a proposed $100 million multi-media production campus off of Free Hill Road to the hiring of the city’s first Chief of Operations and the sudden death of a popular alderman, there was plenty to inform our readers about in 2021. Here are some of the top news stories the Hendersonville St…

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Ward 2 Alderman Pat Campbell was remembered last week in a moving tribute by his family and former colleagues at Hendersonville City Hall.

Much of the week ahead will be partly sunny with high temperatures in the 50s across Middle Tennessee and reaching the 60s by Christmas Day.

Petitions for the Tuesday, May 3, 2022 Sumner County Primary will be issued beginning Monday, Dec. 20 at the Sumner County Election Commission Office, 355 N. Belvedere Dr., Room 106 in Gallatin.