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The parents of a nine-year-old Burrus Elementary School student filed a lawsuit in federal court Dec. 30 alleging the Sumner County Board of Education failed to protect their daughter who they say was sexually assaulted and harassed at the school by a fellow classmate.  

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Gallatin city leaders are moving forward with intersection improvements aimed at increasing safety at Harris Lane and Long Hollow Pike despite concerns from some nearby residents who say the changes are not enough and will just be a waste of money. 

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A project meant to improve safety at Rotary Park at Liberty Branch in Gallatin resulted in nearly $27,000 in damages to trees on the property, according to the United States Army Corps of Engineers.

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Plans for two new apartment complexes totaling 260 combined units do not need approval from the Gallatin City Council to be built, according to the city’s current zoning regulations.

The Gallatin Rotary Club gave a bicycle away as a part of its rotary wheels in motion program at Howard Elementary. Pictured back (l-r): Tiffany Zwart, mom; sisters, Kate and Sydney Zwart, Jon Zwart, dad; 3rd grade bike winner Cooper Zwart; grandparents Tammy and Teddy Adams. Front(l-r): Rot…

Gallatin Noon Rotary wheels in motion program gave away a bike to a very deserving first grader at Howard Elementary today. Pictured in front are Andrew Finney with the Gallatin Rotary club, Jessica Smith Howard Elementary guidance counselor, Gallatin Police Department officer Crawford. In t…

Maya Angelou said, “The ache for home lives in us all.” That ache for Lamar Cerda and her children was soothed on Sunday, December 15 when Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County hosted the Dedication Ceremony of her new home, the 2019 Sumner Realtors Home Build. Lamar, a single mother with th…

Congratulations to the winners of the 4-H poster contest in Mrs. Manning’s 5th grade class at Bethpage Elementary School - 1st place: Westin Wells; 2nd place:  Mallory Moore; 3rd place: Tobin Tucker.

Mrs. Whitaker’s 4th grade class at Benny Bills Elementary announced their 4H poster winners. Pictured (l-r) is Kalayah Lassiter, Zy’Asia Branham, Jax Austin, and Jyneria Woods.

School officials are hopeful that new benchmark tests that will be administered to elementary and middle school students in February will better prepare teachers and students for the state’s TNReady assessments in the spring. 

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Three people were indicted in connection with the high-speed chase that began in Cheatham County and ended when the suspects’ pickup truck hauling an excavator crashed in a busy Madison intersection.

County leaders took a small step on Monday toward preserving the Comer Barn, a historic structure between Hendersonville and Gallatin that was deeded to the county nearly four years ago. 

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Investments in education, criminal justice reform and rural Tennessee are expected to be among some of the top issues state lawmakers address this year, according to Gov. Bill Lee.

Gallatin High School senior, Emily Dismukes, daughter of Pennie and Chris Dismukes, has been selected to All-State Theatre in the area of Musical Theatre. Emily auditioned Oct. 26 in Rutherford County. She performed the song "Safer" from the musical First Date, as well as a monologue from Th…

Maya Angelou said, “The ache for home lives in us all.” That ache for Lamar Cerda and her children was soothed on Sunday, December 15 when Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County hosted the Dedication Ceremony of her new home, the 2019 Sumner Realtors Home Build. Lamar, a single mother with th…

Gallatin Noon Rotary wheels in motion program gave away a bike to a very deserving first grader at Howard Elementary today. Pictured in front are Andrew Finney with the Gallatin Rotary club, Jessica Smith Howard Elementary guidance counselor, Gallatin Police Department officer Crawford. In t…