The Sumner County Commission voted 16 to 8 last week to double the number of county commission districts from 12 to 24. However, the total number of commissioners will remain the same, meaning each district will have one elected official instead of two.
A proposed 158-home subdivision on Long Hollow Pike in Gallatin should not be approved by city leaders, according to a recommendation last week from the Gallatin Planning Commission.
A proposed mixed-use development on GreenLea Boulevard with 266 apartments, a hotel, restaurants, retail and office space has received initial approval from Gallatin city leaders.
Close to 400 people from across Sumner County gathered Saturday at Hendersonville’s new Premier Centre to celebrate the founding 20 years ago of Children Are People, Inc.
Wearing sunglasses and a hat long after the sun had disappeared behind the horizon, Kevin Chopson walks up to a microphone with a tambourine in his hand and begins to sing.
A new portion of Albert Gallatin Avenue from Blythe Avenue to State Route 109 may not open until the spring, according to city officials involved with the road project.
A missing Gallatin 3-year-old has been found safe in California and his father is now in custody, according to officials with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI).
The Tennessee Department of Transportation’s Nobody Trashes Tennessee announces No Trash November, a monthlong statewide initiative encouraging Tennesseans to participate in cleanup events in their communities.
A Gallatin business owner recently got a surprise delivery as part of a television show recognizing local unsung heroes in the community.
Gallatin photographer Richard Suter is known for capturing picture perfect moments during his career. However, it’s his most recent work without a camera that has captured the attention of a worldwide audience.
A vocal critic of the Sumner County Board of Education who announced his intent to run for school board in Gallatin’s 9th district in August says his neighborhood was strategically carved out of the district during the county’s recent redistricting process.
A group of Gallatin High School criminal justice students have become the first to complete a new corrections certificate class as part of a new training program in partnership with the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office.
Plans for a new 399-home subdivision on Hartsville Pike have been withdrawn by the developer following opposition from the Gallatin Planning Commission and more than a dozen nearby residents, according to officials with the city’s planning department.
Sumner County families that are struggling financially, as well as individuals with special needs, will soon have a new place to get assistance.
Light rain and cooler weather did not keep hundreds of preschool-aged children and their families from taking part in Gallatin’s annual Trick or Treat on the Square last week.