The Sumner County Board of Education voted unanimously on Tuesday to appropriate $2.1 million for summer programs geared toward learning loss related to COVID-19.
A former Hendersonville man was arrested by police on May 12 following a grand jury indictment charging him with several sexual offenses against children dating back to 2006.
A nearly $300 million 2021-22 fiscal year budget presented Tuesday by Sumner County Director of Schools Del Phillips includes raises for all principals and assistant principals, salary increases for both certified and classified employees, five new teachers, principals at two schools schedul…
The mental health and well-being of children, especially in light of the pandemic, is an issue that needs continued attention, according to local officials.
Gov. Bill Lee has appointed Sen. Ferrell Haile, (R) of Gallatin to the Financial Stimulus Accountability Group (FSAG). The bipartisan group will continue its work to support Tennessee’s economy and ensure proper fiscal management of federal relief funds, meeting publicly and reporting regula…
A senior judge appointed by the Tennessee Supreme Court will decide whether or not Hendersonville’s ordinance regulating short-term rentals like Airbnb’s is unconstitutional after three Sumner County judges recused themselves from hearing the case.
A request to rezone an acre of property on Sanders Ferry Road from a residential/commercial use to solely residential was turned down almost unanimously last month by the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Much like when his parents migrated to Middle Tennessee from Wisconsin in the early 1970’s, Hendersonville is experiencing a second wave of residential growth that poses its own set of challenges, Mayor Jamie Clary said Tuesday during his State of the City address.
No injuries were reported in an early morning storm that roared across Sumner County on Tuesday downing trees and power lines, briefly disrupting power at three area schools and delaying some school buses.
Station Camp High School Advanced Art students have been selected as one of the top 50 schools competing in this year’s Vans Custom Culture Contest.
Sumner County leaders voted recently to pay the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) $251,131 to conduct a comprehensive growth plan for the county’s unincorporated areas.
A Resolution that would limit county commissioners to speaking for five minutes at a time while debating an issue has been referred back to a committee for further study.
The Hendersonville Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted 11-1 with one abstention to defer a resolution renaming Drakes Creek Park to the David J. LeMarbre Athletic Complex at Drakes Creek Park until the second meeting in June.
Dozens of residents and city leaders filed into the Lighthouse on the Lake recently to hear what New Jersey developer Greg Lutfey plans to do with two pieces of property he owns along Sanders Ferry Road.
The Hendersonville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will vote on whether to rename Drakes Creek Park the David J. LeMarbre Athletic Complex at Drakes Creek Park.
A Hendersonville man and two juveniles are charged with attempted first-degree murder after a scheduled drug deal ended in a car jacking in the parking lot of Hendersonville’s Lock 3 Access recreational area on Sunday.
An admitted methamphetamine user is charged with setting fire to an abandoned house off of New Shackle Island Road on April 12, according to a police affidavit filed in Sumner County General Sessions Court.
While a bill that would allow citizens to renew their car tags every two years may benefit some citizens, there are still unanswered questions about how the proposed legislation would work, Sumner County Clerk Bill Kemp told House Transportation Committee members last week.