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The Sumner County Commission voted 16 to 8 last week to double the number of county commission districts from 12 to 24. However, the total number of commissioners will remain the same, meaning each district will have one elected official instead of two.

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Hendersonville leaders narrowly approved on first reading Nov. 9 a redistricting plan that draws three aldermen out of their current wards and removes one alderman from more than 90 percent of his constituency.

Winners in the 4-H poster contest in Ms. Owens’ 4th grade class at Lakeside Park Elementary are 1st place - Ava Paul, 2nd place - Ford Chapman, and 3rd place - Jensen Krantz. SUBMITTED

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A Celebration of Life service was held on Saturday, Nov. 20 for Hendersonville alderman Pat Campbell.

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It could be at least another 10 years before the city of Hendersonville allows another liquor store to operate in the city limits, according to a measure passed by the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Tuesday.

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A vocal critic of the Sumner County Board of Education who announced his intent to run for school board in Gallatin’s 9th district in August says his neighborhood was strategically carved out of the district during the county’s recent redistricting process.

After starting this week with sunshine and temperatures flirting with 72 degrees in the afternoon, showers and colder air begins to arrive on Thursday and Friday.

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The city of Hendersonville will hold two workshops in November to discuss potential uses for its share of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. The $1.9 trillion federal economic stimulus bill was passed in March to speed up the country’s recovery from the economic and health effects of the…

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September was National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. The purpose is to draw attention to the many challenges of those who suffer from spinal cord conditions.

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Following several delays over a three-year period, a jury trial for disbarred Hendersonville attorney Andy Allman began in Sumner County Criminal Court on Monday.

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Around 150 parents, education advocates and students from across the mid-state converged on Hendersonville’s Merrol Hyde Magnet School on Wednesday to weigh in on the state’s plan for overhauling how it funds public education.