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Hendersonville native Hawkshaw Hawkins, Jr. is celebrating the release of his latest album ‘Living My Life’ with a CD release party at Nashville Palace on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m., with special guest, Georgette Jones. With special surprises throughout the evening, lifelong fans of Hawkins will get …

American Legion Post 17 recently held an appreciate luncheon for those individuals and organizations that support them.  The General Jethro Sumner Chapter was recognized for its on-going support of the veterans who live in the Sumner County Veterans Home.  The chapter provides supplies, host…

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A man who fled Hendersonville police at speeds in excess of 120 miles per hour with his four-year-old son in the car faces several criminal charges after a chase ended in Nashville on Nov. 4.

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One of the first things Darrell Woodcock wanted to propose as a newly elected alderman seven years ago was the idea of term limits for Hendersonville’s mayor and aldermen. 

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The Hendersonville woman convicted of first-degree murder in the 2011 deaths of her newborn twins has been granted a hearing in Sumner County Criminal Court that could result in a new trial. 

The Sumner County Health Department is offering flu vaccines at no charge to the community during a special “FightFluTN” vaccination event Nov. 19. 

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A Station Camp High School teacher has been charged with driving under the influence after authorities say she was so intoxicated in the school parking lot that she was unable to stand on her own. 

At a recent gathering, three members of the Sumner County Stamp Club were recognized for their military service.  Capt. Lawrence (Larry) Peake (retired) of Gallatin, presented his fellow veterans with handmade quilts through the Quilts of Valor Foundation to Sgt. Karl Schwabe (retired) USAF …

For Laura Givens, memories of the physical and mental abuse she endured for years during a past relationship are still painful to recount.

DECA is a national career and technical education club that prepares and educates students in topics such as entrepreneurship, marketing, hospitality and finance. Station Camp DECA has a lot of fun projects going on inside its chapter in the 2019-2020 school year. 

Mayor Jamie Clary’s refusal to pay an overdue bill from Republic Services, the city’s former trash collection provider, ignited a heated - and confusing - discussion during a recent Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.