The Sumner County Museum’s popular Candlelight Cemetery Tour returns this weekend and will feature stories of past residents involved in the women’s suffrage movement locally.
A Cottontown man who authorities say repeatedly raped a child from the time she was 10 years old until she was found to be impregnated by him at the age of 16 will spend the next 30 years in prison.
Gallatin’s popular Main Street Festival will take place this weekend with additional safety measures in place to help protect attendees amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, according to organizers.
Plans for a new 183-home subdivision on Hartsville Pike were narrowly denied by the Gallatin City Council last week after concerns were raised about the density of the proposed development.
A Sumner County political organization is allowed to meet at a county-owned facility despite being told otherwise by Sumner County Mayor Anthony Holt, the county’s law director acknowledged last week.
More than 40 people gathered outside the Sumner County Criminal Court building in Gallatin on Thursday to protest the plea agreement for a former Shafer Middle School teacher accused of having inappropriate physical contact with more than one of his students last year.
As the holiday season approaches, Gaylord Hotels announces a new one-of-a-kind marquee Christmas pop-up experience that will debut this November at Gaylord Opryland.
Sumner Regional Medical Center announced that Cindy Gann has been recognized as the hospital’s 2020 Mercy Award winner. The Mercy Award recognizes one employee from each of LifePoint Health’s hospitals who profoundly touches the lives of others and best represents the spirit and values on wh…
On Aug. 30, Mustard Seed Communities (MSC), an international non-profit ministry dedicated to caring for the most vulnerable in five different countries, held its annual Dare to Care event.
A Robertson County couple is accused of holding a knife to a Sumner County man’s throat during an aggravated robbery and kidnapping earlier this month.
Chelsea Douglas, an employee at the Sonic Drive-In in Gallatin, recently received a $1,000 scholarship from the Nashville Advertising Co-op of Sonic Drive-Ins. She will be a senior studying human services and counseling at Lindsey Wilson College. In order to qualify, employees must have work…
Congratulations to Morningside of Gallatin’s 2nd Quarter 2020 “Shining Star” winners. This distinction is awarded to an outstanding associate each month for going above in beyond. All three of these resident assistants were recognized for giving extraordinary loving service to those assiste…
A Gallatin teenager has been charged with attempted murder after police say he fired a gun multiple times into an occupied home earlier this month.
“Just take the next right step.” It was advice late Gallatin attorney and Sumner County School Board member Jim Hawkins would often give to clients and others in difficult situations.
A popular downtown Gallatin restaurant has been recognized for building renovations that were completed recently while the business was closed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Instead of transporting some of the biggest stars in the entertainment industry around the country, the majority of All Access Coach Leasing’s fleet of nearly 50 buses remain parked as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Born blind, black and impoverished to an alcoholic and abusive father, Fred Bailey had just about every strike against him growing up.
The Gallatin Chamber Foundation has awarded $14,921 in grants to teachers from 10 public schools across the city that will be used to help fund innovative educational projects and initiatives for students.
At least four Sumner County homes and a Hendersonville restaurant were raided by federal authorities on Sept. 2 as part of a widespread investigation that authorities have remained tight-lipped about.