A nearly $300 million 2021-22 fiscal year budget presented Tuesday by Sumner County Director of Schools Del Phillips includes raises for all principals and assistant principals, salary increases for both certified and classified employees, five new teachers, principals at two schools scheduled to open in the fall of 2022, and funding for capital improvements at all of the county’s middle and elementary schools.
The mental health and well-being of children, especially in light of the pandemic, is an issue that needs continued attention, according to local officials.
Gov. Bill Lee has appointed Sen. Ferrell Haile, (R) of Gallatin to the Financial Stimulus Accountability Group (FSAG). The bipartisan group will continue its work to support Tennessee's economy and ensure proper fiscal management of federal relief funds, meeting publicly and reporting regularly to bring transparency to the process.
The top academic students from the Gallatin High School graduating class of 2021 will be honored on the evening of May 13 at the annual Noon Rotary-sponsored Scholastic Awards Banquet.
A 171-home expansion of the Twin Eagles subdivision has been approved by the Gallatin City Council with a controversial connection to Douglas Lane despite opposition from many area residents.
The Gallatin Farmers Market is now open for the 2021 season following what organizers describe as one of its best years ever despite the pandemic.
No injuries were reported in an early morning storm that roared across Sumner County on Tuesday downing trees and power lines, briefly disrupting power at three area schools and delaying some school buses.
David Collins, the longtime Gallatin public school teacher whose love of nature helped inspire countless students and adults throughout the community for more than four decades, died Monday, May 3. He was 69.
Station Camp High School Advanced Art students have been selected as one of the top 50 schools competing in this year’s Vans Custom Culture Contest.
A Gallatin man is facing more than a dozen criminal charges after police say he led them on a chase after stealing an Amazon Prime delivery van and another vehicle before ultimately being captured.
Retired U.S. Navy veteran Willie Brown would often spend his nights unable to sleep worrying about if the roof of his Gallatin home would collapse on him.
Sumner County leaders voted recently to pay the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) $251,131 to conduct a comprehensive growth plan for the county’s unincorporated areas.
A Resolution that would limit county commissioners to speaking for five minutes at a time while debating an issue has been referred back to a committee for further study.
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has identified a preferred route for a new power line project in Sumner County, which officials and residents agree would have the least impact on those living in the area.
The indoor pool at the Gallatin Civic Center is back open after being closed for more than a year due to the pandemic and repairs.
A new residential development with 86 townhomes is being proposed near the intersection of Red River Road and Long Hollow Pike in Gallatin.
A majority of Gallatin Fire Department employees said they do not believe the city offers competitive wages and that they were not happy with the leadership of the city’s now former fire chief prior to his resignation, according to the results of a recent survey.
Squarefest, downtown Gallatin’s popular spring arts and crafts festival, will return this weekend after being cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
From thousands of new residents to increased traffic throughout the city, Gallatin’s rapid growth has seemingly not been hindered by the pandemic.
Gallatin’s fire protection services have been rated among the top in the state and could lead to cheaper property insurance rates for residents, according to officials.
For more than four decades, Bill “Hoss” Allen shared his love for rhythm and blues and soul music with radio listeners across the country while also helping launch the careers of some of the recording industry’s biggest stars.
A final vote regarding a proposed 171-home expansion of the Twin Eagles subdivision and whether the development should be allowed to access Douglas Lane has been delayed until next month.