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The Gallatin Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) for its “Booze It and Lose It” campaign from August 16 to September 2, surrounding the Labor Day holiday.

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Gallatin has acquired nearly 70 acres of property across the city as part of a $2.1 million effort city officials say is meant to keep the land safe from future development.

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With more than $200 million worth of disputed property assessments in Gallatin being appealed to the state, city leaders have taken an initial step towards raising property taxes to help protect against any potential lost revenue as a result of the process.

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Portions of Upper Station Camp Creek Road will be widened and turn lanes will be installed at the entrance to the new Liberty Creek school campus, Sumner County Board of Education members learned during a recent study session.

Congressman John Rose wanted to send a message to some of the larger federal regulatory agencies with one of his first co-sponsored bills: don’t forget the businesspeople in smaller rural towns.

Director of Schools Del Phillips will ask members of the Sumner County Commission to fund a $4,000 pay increase for each of the school district’s 2,200 certified employees, he told School Board members on Tuesday.

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A Gallatin teenager is charged with aggravated robbery after police say he stole two packages of cigarettes from a local convenience store at gunpoint last week.

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Members of the county commission will have until Aug. 15 to change their current email to the new, mandatory government – issued address, ‘@sumnercountytn.gov’ and comply with the agreed upon policies.

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A change to when door-to-door sales can take place in Gallatin has gotten initial approval from city leaders after an area pest control company challenged the city’s current regulations as being unconstitutional. 

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Gallatin city leaders have ordered that Randy’s Record Shop must be torn down within 90 days, but members of a local nonprofit say they are not giving up on their fight to save and restore the building for future generations.

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The parents of two Merrol Hyde Magnet School students say a May 9, 2018 fire at the school caused permanent physical and/or mental health damage to their children, according to two separate lawsuits filed earlier this year in Sumner County Circuit Court.

Another contract fight has broken out between television and entertainment giants, leaving customers throughout Dickson County and other areas of Middle Tennessee without their paid access to ABC and shows like “Bachelorette” and “The Good Doctor”.

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Gallatin police have released video of a confrontation between two Sumner County Commissioners that occurred outside a meeting last month, which resulted in one official claiming he was the victim of a simple assault.

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A Sumner County Commissioner claims he was physically assaulted by another commissioner outside a meeting last month, according to a Gallatin Police Department Incident Report obtained by the Gallatin News.

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The opening of the new Liberty Creek school campus planned for the fall of 2021 has been delayed amid a fight for sewer easements in the area, Director of Schools Del Phillips told school board members at a recent meeting.