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Christmas tree lighting planned Friday rain or shine
The Gallatin Christmas tree lighting will still take place Friday on the downtown square despite the possibility of inclement weather, the city announced Wednesday.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Updated: Police ID Monday stabbing victim
The Sumner County Sheriff's Office is still trying to determine who stabbed a woman outside of her Gallatin home Monday.
Vols land coveted in-state receiver Josh Malone
With this upcoming Saturday marking the one-year anniversary of Butch Jones' arrival at Tennessee, it's perhaps appropriate that Jones added one of the biggest pieces, or "bricks" as he likes to call his recruits that he's building his program with, on Wednesday.
GPD retires badge of officer who died of brain cancer
Four months after brain cancer claimed the life of Gallatin Police Department Officer Kevin Thomas, family and friends gathered Monday to retire his badge number -- 335.
Ralph Jordan Moss
Ralph was born in Sumner County on June 11, 1942. He was preceded in death by his parents, Clarence and Catherine Bohannon Moss, and brother, J.C. Moss.
Knoxville News Sentinel
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Stand-up show: Comedian Jim Breuer, perhaps best known for his role on the stoner comedy "Half Baked" and his years on "Saturday Night Live," will be in K-town for a special one-night-only show at Side Splitters Comedy Club, 9246 Parkwest Blvd. Tickets are $27, day of show.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
TDOT approves controversial Vietnam Veterans Boulevard access for Hunter Pointe development
Permits for a controversial access point onto State Route 386 from a planned development at the corner of Vietnam Veterans Boulevard and Long Hollow Pike will be approved per an agreed-upon design between the developer and the Tennessee Department of Transportation , the state agency confirmed last week.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Roy 'Link' Womack
Funeral service for Mr. Womack was conducted on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, at the Anderson Funeral Home Chapel with Bro.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Black Friday crowds thinned by early-week deals
The new trend of retailers opening the holiday shopping season on Thanksgiving Day and offering early online discounts seemed to take a bite out of the traditional Black Friday onslaught, but stores across Middle Tennessee still saw a steady stream of customers.
Graves speaks at Tennessee Economic Council on Women
The panel of speakers included Crissy Haslam, wife of Gov. Bill Haslam; Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan; Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero; and Germantown Mayor Sharon Goldsworthy.
Holiday feasts can be difficult for those managing diabetes
December is a dietary challenge for Gallatin resident Yvonne Malone, who has to manage her type 2 diabetes at an array of parties and holiday feasts.
Thanksgiving leftovers get new life with minimal effort
With Thanksgiving officially over, the next decision is what to do with all of the leftovers.
Tuba ensemble to ring in holidays with Tuesday concert
More than 40 brass instrumentalists are expected to perform in Gallatin on Tuesday at the fifth annual TubaChristmas Concert.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Young Horse Lovers Chose Rescues Over Gifts
GALLATIN, Tenn. Even the bitter cold doesn't stop volunteers with Volunteer Equine Advocates from coming out every day to take care of horses rescued from abuse or neglect.
Haus of Yarn launches its mobile shop to serve area knitters
Haus of Yarn to Go will be at the What the Truck Nashville Holiday Event, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, at 800 Main St. If you're a knitter in a suburb or small town in Middle Tennessee, or even a Nashville neighborhood, the recent recession likely hit you hard - not because you lost your job or had to belt-tighten at home, but because your ... (more)
Gallatin resident's poetry published U.S. anthology and abroad
Chopson, an English teacher, has over 80 poems published in magazines, independent journals, university sponsored journals and newspapers, from Maine to California.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Dozens pull petitions to run in May '14 county primary
Sumner County voters, brace yourself -- 2014 will be a major election year for local races, with nearly every county office up for grabs in the May 6 primary and Aug. 7 county general election.
Volunteers hand out 100 turkeys to needy residents
Gallatin resident Wendy Kirk wouldn't have had Thanksgiving if it wasn't for a local charity.
A century of cinema: Gallatin's Palace Theatre celebrates 100 years
In 1992, a crowd of about 20 people gathered along North Water Avenue for the sale of the most well-known buildings on Gallatin's historic downtown square to the highest bidder.
Gallatin Christmas tree lighting to be held Dec. 6
This year's ceremony will be held on Dec. 6 beginning at 5 p.m. The lighting of the tree will take place at approximately 5:30.