2 hrs ago
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.
7 hrs ago
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.
11 hrs ago
Fifth inmate death this year being investigated
Washington County, Tennessee sheriff's investigators believe a lengthy medical history may have led to an inmate's death inside the jail.
18 hrs ago
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.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Maggart to remain COMPASS director despite lobbying job
Although former state Rep. Debra Maggart was hired Nov. 1 to lobby for a law firm that has offices in five states, including Tennessee, a local nonprofit group announced last week an arrangement that will keep her as its executive director.
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.
Haslams Light Christmas Tree At State Capitol
The tree was strung with about 6,000 bulbs and more than 200 ornaments. The University of Tennessee's Institute of Agricultures supplied the 55-foot Norway spruce from the Cumberland Forest in Morgan County.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Police Search For Person Who Stabbed Woman Outside Her Home
SUMNER COUNTY, Tenn . - The Sumner County Sheriff's Department was called to the scene of a stabbing Monday evening at a home on LBJ Drive.
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
White House and school system may make deal on stadium, library property
White House city officials unanimously approved a measure that would give the Sumner County school system ownership of White House High School's football stadium in exchange for the removal of a deed restriction on property tied to the city's new library.
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.
Thanksgiving leftovers get new life with minimal effort
With Thanksgiving officially over, the next decision is what to do with all of the leftovers.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
As Middle TN grows, rural landscape is forever changed
Russell Harkai once rode his horse across the fields of Williamson County in solitude.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Dickson County Schools, other TN systems didn't get drink tax funds
The Dickson County School District plans to talk to White Bluff and Dickson officials about liquor taxes that have not been paid to the school district that could amount to a sizable sum, particularly if the state decides to ask for the money retroactively.
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.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Hendersonville man charged with child abuse
A Hendersonville man has been charged with two counts of child abuse for allegedly injuring a 6-week-old infant.
Many groups play role in school improvements
Earlier this month, Tennessee's students were recognized as tops in the nation for academic improvement.
Political notebook: Fireworks light up council meeting
But at Tuesday's meeting, fireworks began to ignite when Councilman Charlie Tygard, who may have been annoyed by the poor reception his pension funding legislation had received, pulled three bills off the consent agenda for first-reading legislation.