A flash fire that injured 17 students and a teacher in a Merrol Hyde Magnet School chemistry lab last week was caused by a mixture of boric acid and ethyl alcohol, according to Hendersonville Fire Chief Scotty Bush.
The Hendersonville man killed on Monday when his jet ski collided with a bass boat on Old Hickory Lake has been identified as 58-year-old Christopher Lindroth.
After years of deteriorating road conditions, Gallatin and Sumner County have completed a Big Station Camp Boulevard repaving project without Hendersonville’s participation – a decision one Hendersonville alderman says is “embarrassing” for the city.
Hendersonville resident Carol Ernst, the visionary behind the city’s first all-inclusive playground, received the Order of the Horse award last week from Sumner County Executive Anthony Holt.
An indoor youth sports facility featuring volleyball and basketball courts as well as a new Hendersonville Senior Citizens Center is the latest project to be proposed for the long-vacant, city-owned land known as the Hawkins property.
Even though city leaders appropriated roughly two million dollars for paving projects last summer, less than two miles of road way has been paved since July, according to Hendersonville Public Works Director Chip Moore.
A controversial plan to rezone 758 acres just north of Gallatin for an industrial mega site will need to be resubmitted before county leaders vote on the project.
HENDERSONVILLE – Longtime Hendersonville High School football coach Bruce Hatfield told his team on Monday he is stepping down as head coach, effective immediately. Coach Hatfield is the longest tenured coach in Hendersonville football history.