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TN cities stiffed schools out of millions in liquor taxes
Sumner County Schools Finance Director Amanda Prichard sat in her office in April and stared puzzled at a $127,000 check from the city of Hendersonville.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Regional spelling bee gets a sponsor
In his final year of eligibility, Merrol Hyde Magnet School eighth-grader Jonathan Caldwell will have the chance to return to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee after a regional sponsor was secured.
TDOT outlines right-of-way acquisition plans for Walton Ferry road realignment
Land and business owners along a stretch of Walton Ferry and Old Shackle Island roads in Hendersonville heard Thursday how the Tennessee Department of Transportation plans to acquire their properties for the realignment of an intersection that has plagued the city for decades.
Designers make Christmas magic for St. Nicholas Ball
Five 7-foot Christmas trees donated by Vickerman Inc. will have a theme created by the designers and embellished with jewelry, tickets, designer dolls, wine and signed guitars ready to bid on and take home.
Brenda Payne: Hendersonville's people make city special
Hendersonville is a great place to live, work, shop, worship and play. We've all said it, and most of all, we believe it.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Hendersonville wants to stay on library deed
Instead of handing over the deed to the Hendersonville Public Library to Sumner County officials, Hendersonville leaders on Nov. 26 approved a proposal to list both entities on the document.
2 wanted for scamming thousands from elderly resident
Hendersonville police is asking for the public's assistance in locating two men who are wanted for theft.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Police arrest second UT student in fraternity hazing incident
Authorities on Thursday arrested a second University of Tennessee student on a charge he joined in harassing a fellow student who reported hazing at the Pi Kappa Phi campus chapter.
Holiday books bring home the magic
Holidays hold timeless tales like "A Christmas Carol," "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and "The Polar Express," but with each passing year comes new traditions -- and the opportunity to make new stories family classics.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
WBKO-TV Bowling Green
Tennessee Teacher's Facebook Lesson Goes Viral
An elementary school teacher in Hendersonville, Tennessee wanted to show her students how quickly a picture can spread on the internet.
Real estate: What you get for $205,000
The kitchen opens to the family room and features stainless appliances and cherry cabinets.
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.
Teacher's Internet safety lesson goes viral
What started out as an Internet safety lesson for fifth graders in Sumner County quickly turned into a viral sensation.
Satellite emissions service starts in Hendersonville
More than a dozen Hendersonville residents drove to Veterans Park on Monday to undergo emissions testing on their vehicles.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Silicon Alley Insider
Here's Who Will Make A Ton Of Money Along With Blackstone When Hilton Hotels Goes Public
Hilton Hotels Worldwide announced in an SEC filing this morning that it will seek to raise up to $2.4 billion in an initial public offering.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Hendersonville Community Singers to perform Handel's Messiah Tuesday
This annual concert is one of the first Christmas season events in Hendersonville.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Durham development gets first nod from full board
A 472-acre residential development located on the city's northern edge gained a unanimous first vote from Hendersonville leaders Tuesday before the developer even spoke about the project.
Humane Society celebrates 39 years in Sumner
The public is invited to a birthday party on Saturday, Dec. 7, as the Humane Society of Sumner County celebrates its 39th year in Hendersonville.
Ms. Cheap: Holiday pop-up sales worth perusing
I know that every store in town is having holiday sales, but there are a few seasonal pop-up sales that last only a few days that have a regular following year after year.
City seeks input on zoning rules
As Hendersonville ages and continues to build out to its borders, city planners have been busy drafting a new zoning ordinance that they hope will better define what's expected of future development.