A proposed subdivision with 135 new homes along Hartsville Pike in Gallatin should not be approved by city leaders, according to a recommendation from the Gallatin Planning Commission.
No one was injured when the roof of a Gallatin mattress manufacturer partially collapsed due to the weight of snow and ice buildup last week, according to officials with the Gallatin Building Codes department.
Sumner County residents living in what could be the path of a proposed new Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) power line say they have major concerns about how the project could impact the health of their families and property values if it moves forward.
As Gallatin resident Matt Riggle drove along State Route 109 last Tuesday, he could begin to realize the problems that would be caused by a winter storm that had already blanketed the county in a layer of ice.
The new E. Robertson Road bridge, located off of Harsh Lane in Castalian Springs, was recently dedicated to a longtime resident of the area – Henry Lee Hall.
Mrs. Fleming's 5th grade class at Union Elementary STEAM and Demonstration School announces the new 4-H Club speech contest winners. From the left - First place winner- Brooklyn Parker, Second place winner- Josie Mitchell, Third place winners - Weston Napier, Leah Hesson.
Mrs. Williamson's 4th Grade class at Union Elementary announced 4-H Club speech contest winners (l-r) President: Maddux Barlow, Activity Leader: Ella Andrelski, and Tessa Gregory.
Heaven gained another beautiful soul on Wednesday, February 17, as Sylvia Vradenburg left her temporary earthly home to walk the streets of gold.
A planned new mixed-use development with more than 2,000 homes, a business park and commercial space has narrowly received initial approval from Gallatin city leaders.
Sumner County Food Bank Executive Director James Gill can still see the faces and hear the reactions of hungry families each month when they learn the nonprofit has run out of food to give away.
Gallatin city leaders have given initial approval to the restaurant, retail and residential portion of a proposed mixed-use development that would bring an ice rink to Sumner County.
With the Tennessee Department of Health reminding adults 70 and older that they are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, one local non-profit group is trying to make it easier for seniors to get the protection they need.
Plans for a proposed new subdivision off Hartsville Pike in Gallatin have been scaled back to include a fewer number of homes after city leaders expressed concerns about the overall density of the project last year.
Much of Middle Tennessee was crippled this week by a winter storm that dumped a mixture of sleet and snow over a three-day period and kept temperatures well below freezing.
The Sumner County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help from the public identifying two individuals that detectives say may be responsible for multiple burglaries and thefts recently from homes that are under construction.
Wintery precipitation will remain throughout the state through Tuesday evening, the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency announced Sunday night.
After years of increased tourism locally, Sumner County saw a sharp decline in visitors last year as a result of the pandemic. However, officials say they remain hopeful for a rebound in 2021.
Sumner County Schools will receive $60,000 from Facebook to improve internet access for students in rural areas across the district.
More than 800 Sumner County school district employees received a first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday, according to Sumner County Schools Spokesman Jeremy Johnson.
Less than a year ago, Katherine Halbeck was unaware of her artistic abilities. Now, she spends most nights in the kitchen of her Gallatin home creating life-like edible flowers with frosting for her increasing popular cupcake business.
General Jethro Sumner DAR presented the prestigious DAR Teacher of American History Award to Kory Craighead, teacher of American History and Government at Merrol Hyde Magnet School. Pictured are Regent Nancy Dowell Gilley, Kory Craighead, American History Committee Chair Helen Marshall, and MHMS Principal Darren Frank. SUBMITTED