Each week in this newspaper, we publish the latest feats, exploits and achievements of local athletes - high school, middle school and even those playing youth sports.
The doctors said he would never live to see his first birthday, but 10-year-old Anthony Baxter has always had a mind of his own.
More than 850 people packed the First United Methodist Church Sunday evening for a benefit supper for Kendra Jackson.
A&E's new weekly series, "8 Minutes", includes a local face.
A jury found 17-year-old Zachary Davis guilty Thursday of bludgeoning his mother to death with a sledgehammer in August of 2012.
Vena Stuart Elementary held its first annual Science and Art Palooza on March 17, 2015.
Students from all grade levels worked diligently on science and art projects for this very eventful and educational evening. There were over 250 science and art projects on display and 110 of the projects were entered into the science fair. All science fair entries were on display in the school library.
Local beauty representative rewarded with new car.
Gallatin High School played host to biggest fundraiser of the year for Green Wave athletics.
Reps. Diane Black (R-TN-06) and Ted Poe (R-TX-02) reintroduced the FIREARM (Freedom From Intrusive Regulatory Enforcement of Arbitrary Registration Mandates) Act - legislation to prohibit the federal government from requiring race or ethnicity to be disclosed in connection with the purchase of a firearm.
The Tennessee Law Enforcement Accreditation (TLEA) Program has granted accreditation status to the Gallatin Police Department. They were awarded this achievement during the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police (TACP) meeting held in Nashville on March 26, 2015.
Therapist Norman Jones will speak on dissociative spectrum disorders at the next National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) support group meeting on Tuesday, April 21.
The Station Camp soccer team had plenty of reason to come out with a vengeance on Friday night against visiting Rossview. The Hawks ended the Bison season in 2014 with a 2-1 win in the Region 5-AAA semifinals.
The Sumner County Child Protective Investigative team reviews approximately 50-60 child abuse cases each month that include child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, drug endangered children, drug-exposed infants, child fatalities and child homicides.
"I'm trying to give you a good, comprehensive, thorough and fully-disclosed look at everything." - Mayor Paige Brown
Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown is expected to sign a letter of intent to enter into an agreement with the Corps of Engineers to study area flooding, including Town Creek.
James Brimm of Gallatin was an award winner in the annual history essay contest sponsored at Samford University by the Birmingham Center of Colonial Dames of America.
Gallatin's Homer Bradley was the recipient of the "Order of the Horse" award at last week's United Chambers of Sumner County luncheon at Bluegrass Country Club.
The Gallatin City Council approved three changes to the GreenLea Boulevard extension project at their work session Tuesday night.
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