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You would be hard-pressed to find anyone who loves Gallatin High School more than Randy Moore. 

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Downtown Gallatin’s popular arts and crafts festival Squarefest and Third Thursday on Main free summer concert series have each been cancelled due to ongoing health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Despite a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in Sumner County over the past two weeks, Sumner County Schools are still on track to open Aug. 3, according to school district Spokesperson Jeremy Johnson.

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Crews have responded to a fire involving multiple boats at the Gallatin Marina that occurred Thursday afternoon off Lock 4 Road.

On June 10 the Green and Gold Foundation, along with Dr. Ron Becker, celebrated the GHS co-valedictorian’s Lauren Fisher and Kayli Lucas as well as salutatorian Camila Gomez.  From the left are Rufus Lassiter, Becker, Camila Gomez (salutatorian), Lauren Fisher and Kayli Lucas (co-valedictori…

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The EPA is reviewing whether emissions testing in Tennessee should end, and the public has an opportunity to weigh in.

Plans for a new 204-home subdivision on Hartsville Pike are being reworked after several members of the Gallatin Planning Commission raised concerns about the close proximity of some of the residences to the city’s industrial park last month.

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A little more than 1,600 Sumner County residents have requested to vote by absentee ballot for the Aug. 6 federal and state and county general election, according to a local election office official.

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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store plans to bring its limited alcoholic beverages menu to Gallatin as the company expands its test program in Middle Tennessee. 

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Fans of Randy’s Record Shop can now take home a piece of history from the now demolished Gallatin landmark.

The Gallatin Lions Club has not been able to actively meet on each Tuesday due to the membership having to shelter in place at their homes because of the Coronavirus pandemic.  However, the club has been busy caring for the less fortunate in so many ways.

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The unnamed company behind a proposed massive data center project in Gallatin, believed to be Facebook, has acquired more than 800 acres off Hartsville Pike adjacent to the city’s industrial park.

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Sumner County Commissioners are scheduled to vote on a combined county government and school system budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year next week, which does not include a property tax increase for residents.

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A Gallatin man has been charged with attempted criminal homicide after police say he confronted a man seeing his ex-girlfriend and shot him in the face during an altercation earlier this month.