The City of Gallatin is asking residents 55 and older to participate in a survey to better understand the needs of older Americans living in Gallatin and Sumner County. The information will be used in long-term planning with the objective to make the area more livable for the older population.

We just had our third winter storm of the season and now it looks like the coldest weather of the winter is coming beginning at the end of this week and lasting through the end of January.

The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) recently honored Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown for her work to advocate for U.S. global leadership as an imperative and effective approach to strengthening our country’s local communities

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Gallatin Public Utilities is working to complete a project that will prevent strong rain events from overwhelming the sewer system and causing discharges of untreated water into Town Creek. The 10-million-gallon tank and pump “equalization basin” off Maple Drive will stagger the flow of wate…

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A 42-year-old Cottontown woman identified as Nesha Knight was killed in a single-car accident on TN State Route 76 near Bottom View Farm and The River at Portland on Monday, Jan. 3

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With a primary election in May, the county’s general election in August, and elections for municipal, state and federal offices in November, the Sumner County Election Office is gearing up for a busy year.

Pretty incredible numbers on the temperatures for December - we finished with one of the mildest-ever with numerous record highs and it even continued on New Year's Day with a record high.

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From the opening of a new park focused on accessibility, to a devastating fire at a historic local landmark, Gallatin saw joy and heartbreak during 2021.

Much of the week ahead will be partly sunny with high temperatures in the 50s across Middle Tennessee and reaching the 60s by Christmas Day.

Petitions for the Tuesday, May 3, 2022 Sumner County Primary will be issued beginning Monday, Dec. 20 at the Sumner County Election Commission Office, 355 N. Belvedere Dr., Room 106 in Gallatin.

Sumner County continues to make great strides in becoming a healthier county, improving the overall quality of life for its residents, and making Tennessee a healthier state. Since its founding in 1997, the Sumner County Health Committee has been striving to improve the well-being of our community by addressing the physical, mental, and nutritional concerns that are essential to enhancing all qualities of life while still maintaining strong networks within the county.

It looks like temperatures will start turning cooler next weekend but at this time, Christmas is looking like a chance of rain and in the 50s.