Leslie Yates’ 5th Grade class at Union Elementary School announce newly elected 4-H Club officers. From the left: Activity Leader: Grace Claybrooks, Reporter: Isabella Correll, Record Keeper: Elizabeth Plunkett, Secretary: Hannah Nichols, Vice-President: Chas Yewell, President: Brock Johnson. 

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life in 40 Middle Tennessee counties and beyond, announces $2,426,677 in grants to 350 local nonprofit organizations as part of the 2020 annual grant-making process.

Gallatin CARES recognizes Rocky McElhaney Law firm for their tremendous support. Staff and employees volunteered at CARES for two days of service. They made a large food donation, organized food shelves, and packed and delivered food bags. This year they made a financial donation of $5,700. …

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Gallatin city officials say they are looking into safety concerns at the intersection of Airport Road and Cairo Road after hundreds of residents signed a petition requesting a traffic signal at the crossing.

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Sumner County residents who are eligible can sign up to receive a Covid-19 vaccination appointment, however officials say supplies are still limited.

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A planned mixed-use development located between Gallatin and Hendersonville would feature new restaurant and retail space along with an ice rink being developed in partnership with the Nashville Predators, according to officials involved with the project.

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After a lengthy evaluation, including surveys, focus groups and demographic studies, a nearly 20-year dream will become a reality next school year when Pope John Paul II High School will expand its grade offerings to include middle school students in grades six through eight, providing new Catholic school opportunities in the northern part of the Diocese of Nashville.

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As Deborah Alston drives around delivering more than 100 meals each week to those who are homeless in the area, she worries about what she could find.

Baylie Fadool of Gallatin is among 20 University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduating seniors who have completed the requirements to graduate from the University Honors Program in December.

The University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences recognized more than 300 candidates for degrees at the December 2020 virtual commencement ceremony Dec. 4.

Leslie Yates’ 5th Grade class at Union Elementary School announce newly elected 4-H Club officers. From the left: Activity Leader: Grace Claybrooks, Reporter: Isabella Correll, Record Keeper: Elizabeth Plunkett, Secretary: Hannah Nichols, Vice-President: Chas Yewell, President: Brock Johnson…

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A proposed mixed-use development located between Gallatin and Hendersonville would feature new restaurant and retail space along with an ice rink being developed in partnership with the Nashville Predators, according to officials involved with the project.

General Jethro Sumner Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, partnered with the Sumner County Health Department to honor a Gallatin citizen, Prudence Dresser (1868-1938), for her contributions toward public health and the Women Suffrage Movement.

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Imagine a company that honors veterans and the families of military veterans by sharing their personal stories and providing wrist bands that are made from pieces of their uniform.

The Tennessee Department of Education announced $30,000 in additional grants that will be awarded to Sumner County Schools to fund science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and middle school career and technical education (CTE).