We are going into a much cooler weather pattern this week and it is right on schedule for the beginning of autumn.
After being cancelled last year due to the pandemic, the Homer Bradley Motorcycle Ride will return next month to help raise money to feed local hungry families.
Volunteers from the Sumner County Food Bank delivered 80,000 pounds of food to flooding victims in Waverly, Tenn. earlier this month.
Gap Inc. marked the completion of an $83 million expansion at its Gallatin distribution center last week that officials say will double the facility’s online fulfillment capabilities ahead of what is expected to be a busy holiday shopping season.
Gallatin paused to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks during a program held outside city hall Saturday morning.
After closing the district’s 49 schools last week due to COVID-19, the Sumner County Board of Education will likely vote on Tuesday to ask state legislators to reinstate some of the flexibility they had during the previous school year with hybrid and remote learning.
Michael Guthrie has been named Director of the Emergency Communication District (ECD). In this position he will be responsible for mapping all the addresses for Sumner County.
A rare piece of locomotive history from the Gallatin Fossil Plant now has a new home at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (TVRM) in Chattanooga.
Sumner County residents are among the most generous in Tennessee, according to a recent study from financial technology company SmartAsset.
A teaching assistant at Rucker-Stewart Middle School has been arrested and fired after authorities say he stole a credit card from a teacher and went on a spending spree last month.
Gallatin city leaders have begun weighing potential redistricting plans following a decade of unprecedented growth that saw the city’s population increase by more than 46 percent.
A deteriorating landmark between Hendersonville and Gallatin will serve as the backdrop for the first fundraiser for a new non-profit group focused on preserving Sumner County’s historical and architectural character.
A Westmoreland man accused of killing eight people in northern Sumner County in early 2019 will face two separate jury trials, a Sumner County judge ruled last week.
Teachers from nine different public schools across Gallatin have received a combined $16,101 from the Gallatin Chamber Foundation to help fund various educational projects and initiatives for students.
Benny Bills, the former longtime director of schools and principal whose passion for education inspired countless teachers and students across Sumner County, died Friday, Aug. 27. He was 82.
Sumner County Schools will use four stockpile days next week and close its doors Sept. 7 to 10 in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The district had already planned to be closed on Labor Day, Sept. 6.
Main Street Media of Tennessee captured 10 first place awards and one of its 13 newspapers, the Gallatin News, was named best Division 1 newspaper in the state at the Tennessee Press Association Awards ceremony last Friday.
The remnants of Hurricane Ida were moving across Tennessee during the first half of the week but high pressure will move in from Thursday through Sunday bringing us sunny, drier and cooler weather.
Welch College ranked 8th among “Best Regional Colleges—South” in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 edition of America’s Best Colleges, according to President Matt Pinson. This also included a ranking of #1 for “Top Performers on Social Mobility” in the Regional Colleges—South category, which comprises 92 other colleges and universities in the South.
Gallatin firefighters are used to putting out fires, but last week they got a rare opportunity to start their own.
It was a rainy winter morning when Dr. Paul Enoch looked out the window as a pickup truck quickly pulled into the parking lot of his office on Hartsville Pike. An older man was sitting in the back with his coat wrapped around his dog that had been struck by a vehicle.