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Gallatin city leaders are moving forward with a project that will allow city government meetings to continue to be more accessible online following the coronavirus pandemic.

The Sumner County Board of Education voted unanimously Nov. 17 to approve a school district calendar that starts the 2021-22 school year on Aug. 3 and ends in late May of 2022.

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The Sumner County Board of Education has been named the Tennessee School Boards Association’s 2020 School Board of the Year. The award was announced during TSBA’s 2020 awards ceremony on Nov. 12.

General Jethro Sumner DAR members Julia Solomon, Sandra Long, Jane Wright, and Robbie Pafford worked on cleaning glass plates at the Sumner County Archives on Oct. 9, the national DAR Day of Service. 

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For at least 10 years, Gallatin High School has conducted a canned food drive to benefit Gallatin CARES. This year, even with COVID-19, was not an exception. Classes competed with food items and monetary donations. Through the support of the Gallatin community, the CARES Food Pantry has cont…

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A Gallatin man has been charged with attempted first-degree murder after police say he fired several shots at an apartment in Hendersonville’s Marina Pointe apartment complex earlier this month.

Nearly a dozen new trees have been planted at Rotary Park at Liberty Branch in Gallatin after a project that was meant to improve safety at the site resulted in nearly $27,000 in estimated property damages last fall.

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As Sumner County experience another record-breaking week of new coronavirus cases, local health officials say they are concerned Thanksgiving could lead to even more infections.

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A site plan for a proposed new Sumner County courthouse in downtown Gallatin was unanimously approved by the city’s planning commission Monday.

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It is fall and it is the season to be thankful and to celebrate what we can with our families and our community, since so much has changed in our lives due to Covid-19, according to Diane Johnson, director of Hendersonville Public Library.

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With the Nov. 3 general election barely behind us, at least one local official says he’s already eyeing a run for office in 2022.

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Repair work is expected to start soon on the Gallatin Civic Center’s indoor pool which has remained closed for months since being damaged during routine maintenance earlier this year.

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Sumner County leaders are expected to vote later this month on plans for a new 88-acre park located on the future Liberty Creek school campus off Hunters Lane and Upper Station Camp Creek Road.

With the Dec. 4 deadline approaching, tnAchieves needs an additional 3,600volunteer mentors across the state to support TN Promise applicants from the Class of 2021. Locally, Sumner County needs 107 mentors to meet student demand.

Leadership Gallatin, a leadership development program, presented by the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, announces the second 14-member class of 2020-2021. The program will allow participants to have an insider-look as they explore, experience, and engage in all things Gallatin.

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Whataburger is moving forward with plans to open multiple restaurants across Middle Tennessee including one in Sumner County.

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Sumner County is moving forward with plans to add a dedicated ambulance bay and sleeping quarters for emergency medical services (EMS) staff at Gallatin Fire Station No. 3.

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Tiffany Brittenum thought it was a prank call when she hung up the phone after being told her home on Gwen Avenue in Gallatin was on fire.