Jason Maxedon has been named as deputy executive director of Field Operations for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. He had been serving as the TWRA Region I Wildlife Program Manager in West Tennessee.
Local first responders will be limbering up a little more than usual this fall as they prepare to compete against each other Oct. 3 in the city’s first Spencer Bristol Memorial Softball Tournament.
The General Jethro Sumner Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently announced the winners of the DAR Good Citizenship Award Program. This program is intended to recognize and reward the qualities of good citizenship represented by seniors in Sumner County high schools.
Hendersonville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen will vote on the idea of an opt-in, or voluntary, twice-a-month recycling program at their next meeting on Aug. 11.
Incumbents facing challengers in two of five Sumner County School Board races in the Aug. 6 County General Election declared victory on Thursday.
Hendersonville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen recently confirmed the naming of both a city codes director and a human resources director following the recommendation of Interim City Administrator Dave LeMarbre.
Sumner County Schools students returned to their classrooms on a modified basis this week and under very different conditions than when a COVID-19 pandemic forced school closures statewide in March.
The Sumner County Board of Education has settled a lawsuit with the parents of one student injured in a 2018 flash fire at Merrol Hyde Magnet School while a lawsuit involving another injured student appears to be headed to trial.
A Hendersonville nursing home last week became the county’s third long-term care facility to report a patient death related to COVID-19.
A former county administrator who also spent a decade as a city planner in Detroit, Mich., has been picked to be Hendersonville’s first city administrator.
Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday he will issue Executive Order No. 55 to allow for contact sports to resume in high schools, if they follow the requirements of the TSSAA.
Volunteer State Community College is announcing the reopening of all campuses starting July 20, including Gallatin, Springfield, Cookeville, and Livingston. It will be a safe reopening with masks and social distancing required for everyone on campus and an online screening form filled out be…
Hendersonville leaders are on track to approve the hiring of three additional police officers this fall with the help of a federal grant from the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Hiring Program.
Sumner County officials are looking at possible alternative locations for a planned parking garage in downtown Gallatin after talks to acquire property necessary for the project stalled in recent weeks.
After meeting the final two candidates in person last week and interviewing them via Zoom this week, the Hendersonville Board of Mayor and Aldermen is expected to appoint the city’s first city administrator at a meeting on July 28.
After receiving a record number of trash service complaints within the last couple of weeks, the city’s Public Works Committee held a special-called meeting on Monday to discuss the issue.
The Hendersonville High School community is mourning the sudden loss of a popular graduate who suffered an aneurysm just days after his 18th birthday.
The Jason Foundation, Inc., a nationally-recognized leader in suicide awareness and prevention, recently launched a new statewide initiative to combat suicide deaths, Tennessee Won’t Be Silent.
HolidayFest Board announced the King and Queen for HolidayFest 2020 will be Jonathan and Tammy Hayes of Hendersonville. Due to Covid-19, the crowning of this year’s King and Queen was held in their backyard by the lake. Jonathan serves as an Alderman for Ward 5 and is past president of the …
The number of Group A offenses, generally considered the most serious crimes, has decreased for the second year in a row in Hendersonville, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s (TBI) recently released Crime in Tennessee report.