The inaugural Barn Raising and Fall Festival drew an estimated 1,500 people to the historic Comer Barn on Saturday, raising money for both the Preservation Foundation and the project that inspired it.
The Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) re-elected Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown as its president at the organization’s annual meeting held in late September. The Regional Council facilitates collaboration among mayors and county executives across the rapidly growing mid-state area.
Gallatin city leaders have given initial approval to a redistricting plan that would reshape each of the city’s five council districts and impact thousands of residents.
A new report provides an updated overview of the historic properties and neighborhoods in Gallatin following a decade of unprecedented growth and development across the city.
Traffic congestion at some of Gallatin’s busiest intersections is expected to improve next year with the implementation of a new traffic signal synchronization system.
Gallatin’s progress amid the ongoing challenges of Covid-19 will be a major focus of Mayor Paige Brown’s annual State of the City address later this month.
Temperatures are going to be flirting with 80 degrees on many days this week but a strong cold front arrives around Friday and Saturday and brings a chance of rain followed by much cooler weather.
Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown was elected as vice president of the Tennessee Municipal League (TML) during their annual business meeting recently held in Chattanooga. Ken Moore, Franklin mayor, was elected president.
Volunteer Behavioral Health (VBH) is pleased to promote World Mental Health Day celebrated Oct. 10 every year. This year, VBH is taking the pledge through the National Council for Mental Wellbeing to continue our commitment to the health of our communities we serve and to inspire those in need.
The Tennessee Economic Development Council (TEDC) has honored Gallatin Economic Development Agency’s James Fenton as the Fred H. Harris Economic Development Professional of the Year.
The fate of the Hancock House in Gallatin remains unclear after the historic building was severely damaged by a fire in August.
The Gallatin Planning Commission is considering reducing the amount of time the public would be allowed speak during its meetings, however officials note that additional time could be given if deemed necessary.
In-street lighting has been added at five crosswalks in downtown Gallatin, which officials say will help improve pedestrian safety in the area.
Gallatin is moving forward with a comprehensive pay study for its employees while officials also mull giving workers a “sizable” bonus to help with retention.
After 10 straight days of dry weather to end September and start out October, rain returned on Sunday and will be off and on for much of the week ahead along with cooler temperatures.
Union Elementary honored late former teacher David Collins during the school’s annual Monarch in the Park butterfly launch last week.
Gallatin police are asking for the public’s help locating a suspect who they say stole money and guns during an armed robbery earlier this year.
A 166-unit townhome development has been approved near the intersection of Long Hollow Pike and State Route 109 in Gallatin despite concerns from some city leaders who said they were worried about how the project could impact future road improvements in the area.
Arts and crafts vendors and thousands of visitors are expected to fill the streets of downtown Gallatin for the annual Main Street Festival this weekend.
The Sumner County Museum’s popular Candlelight Cemetery Tour returns this weekend featuring stories of notable past residents from across the county.