In a narrow 7 to 6 vote on Tuesday, Hendersonville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted to approve a revision to the Indian Lake Village Final Development Plan, paving the way for 247 luxury apartments to be built next to the Hobby Lobby shopping area off of Indian Lake Boulevard.
A Hendersonville man charged with inappropriately touching a minor and forcing her to send him nude photos of herself was recently indicted by a Sumner County grand jury.
In a striking reversal from two years ago, Hendersonville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously on Tuesday to ask the state legislature for the authority to establish term limits for the positions of aldermen and mayor.
Volunteer Behavioral Health (VBH) is pleased to promote World Mental Health Day celebrated Oct. 10 every year. This year, VBH is taking the pledge through the National Council for Mental Wellbeing to continue our commitment to the health of our communities we serve and to inspire those in need.
A Hendersonville man has been charged with four counts of sexual exploitation of a minor after at least 400 images of child pornography were found on a thumb drive at his home.
Construction is expected to begin soon on the 626-home Forest Park residential development after a final development plan for the project was approved last month by the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
At approximately 11 p.m. on Saturday, September 25, 2021, Hendersonville Police responded to a report of an individual impersonating a police officer.
After 10 straight days of dry weather to end September and start out October, rain returned on Sunday and will be off and on for much of the week ahead along with cooler temperatures.
After initiating an investigation into allegations of sexual contact between a 60-year-old Hendersonville man and a juvenile, Hendersonville police arrested and charged the man with several sex crimes on Sept. 30.
An estimated 3,000 people flocked to the Streets of Indian Lake on Sept. 23 for the Chamber of Commerce’s Taste of Hendersonville. The event was an overwhelming success despite a nationwide shortage of employees in the food service industry, noted Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Kathleen Hawkins.
Two Hendersonville men were arrested last week after marijuana plants were discovered in their home by police who were searching for two juvenile runaways.
Welch College ranked 8th among “Best Regional Colleges—South” in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 edition of America’s Best Colleges, according to President Matt Pinson. This also included a ranking of #1 for “Top Performers on Social Mobility” in the Regional Colleges—South category, whi…
A new event aims to bring Sumner County veterans together while also connecting them with local veteran-owned businesses and organizations this weekend in Gallatin.
Out of a field of around 1,300 towns and cities across the country, Money.com recently ranked Hendersonville 16th on its annual list of Best Places to Live.
The idea of using the 1930’s-era Comer Barn as the centerpiece for a 39-acre Agricultural/STEM center for Sumner County Schools garnered approval from both the Sumner County Commission and the Sumner County Board of Education earlier this week following back-to-back votes.
For the second time in less than two years, Hendersonville leaders will vote on whether or not to ask the Tennessee General Assembly to allow them to enact term limits for the offices of mayor and aldermen.