Capt. Carl McCoy with the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office sits in a driver’s seat behind an actual steering wheel as he maneuvers through a virtual neighborhood in pursuit of a fleeing armed robbery suspect.
As road conditions along a half-mile stretch of Big Station Camp Boulevard continue to deteriorate due to lack of maintenance, city and county officials still disagree on whose responsibility it is to fix.
Plans are being finalized for a parking garage in downtown Gallatin, which officials say could open late next year before construction of a new Sumner County Courthouse is completed.
Amid a recent uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases both locally and nationally, Sumner County students will start the 2021-22 school year much as they did before the coronavirus pandemic hit Middle Tennessee in March of 2020.
Orinthia Montague has been chosen by the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) to become the fourth president of Volunteer State Community College.
This year the Tennessee tax-free offerings have tripled — not only including the usual back-to-school weekend exemption on clothing, school supplies and computers, but expanding to offer a full week of taxless shopping on food and a whole year of tax-free shopping for gun safes and other gun safety features.
Looks like another week of high temperatures well into the 90s and heat index over 100 at times with the driest weather coming for the middle portion of the week and then chances going back up to 40% by the weekend.
Update (Monday, July 26): A preliminary master development plan and rezoning request for Chandler Marketplace was pulled from the Gallatin Planning Commission agenda prior to its meeting on Monday, July 26 in order to better address traffic concerns related the development, according to a re…
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security plans to expand its driver services center in Sumner County to increase capacity at the facility, according to a spokesperson for the agency.
A popular wildflower garden in downtown Gallatin is being relocated as part of a city project to save the plants from being destroyed.
Construction of Facebook’s new $800 million data center in Gallatin is nearly 25 percent complete and still on track to become operational in 2023, according to company officials overseeing the project.
Robert Alexander sits on the tailgate of his truck under a shade tree next to what remains of his home for more than 40 years.
Two recent high school graduates are the first recipients of a new scholarship promoting good citizenship in Gallatin.
Gallatin has been awarded a $950,000 grant to help build a portion of greenway along Nashville Pike in front of Volunteer State Community College.
Gallatin’s annual July 4 Celebration Day festival and fireworks show were held at Triple Creek Park on Sunday.
On Dec. 30, 2019, Hendersonville Master Patrol Officer Spencer Bristol was hit by a car while he was running across Interstate 65 to chase a fleeing suspect. He died from his injuries that night, leaving behind his wife, Lauren, and daughter Eloise, who was 3 at the time.
A Hendersonville man charged last year with the malicious destruction of property at the Metro Courthouse in Nashville pleaded guilty June 29 in U.S. District Court, announced Acting U. S. Attorney Mary Jane Stewart of the Middle District of Tennessee.