Early voting for the Federal and State Primary and the Sumner County General Election begins Friday, July 13 and continues through Saturday, July 28 at the Sumner County Administration Building, room 112, 355 N. Belvedere Dr. in Gallatin.
In the Unites States House of Representatives District 6 Republican primary, Bob Corlew, Judd Matheny, Christopher Brian Monday, John Rose and Lavern Vivio are vying for the party’s nomination to fill the seat that will be vacated by Congressman Diane Black (R-Gallatin) who announced last ye…
Six of the Sumner County School Board’s 12 seats are on the Sumner County General Election ballot Aug. 2. Of those, only two are contested, District 1 which includes much of Hendersonville, and District 11 representing Westmoreland.
Gov. Haslam and the General Assembly have invested in education during the last eight years, has that been a good investment and should it continue? What do the candidates propose for the next four to eight years?
Implementation of a proposed stormwater utility fee for Gallatin residents and businesses could be delayed until next year in order to give businesses more time to budget for the additional monthly expense.
The Gallatin Police Department canine officers Austin McCurry and Jamison Pryor attended the United States Police Canine Association competition in Nashville recently and competed with 23 other teams. Officer McCurry and Tango placed 2nd in evidence search while Officer Pryor and Battle plac…
A plan for a new 590-unit housing development along Big Station Camp Boulevard has been narrowly recommended for approval by the Gallatin Planning Commission.
Sumner County’s court buildings are “extremely inefficient” while the existing courthouse is “dangerous,” according to the head of a South Carolina-based judicial planning firm hired to study the facilities.
A flash fire that injured 17 students and a teacher in a Merrol Hyde Magnet School chemistry lab last week was caused by a mixture of boric acid and ethyl alcohol, according to Hendersonville Fire Chief Scotty Bush.
Political mailers sent by a political action committee calling themselves Sumner GOP have drawn the attention of Sumner County District Attorney General Ray Whitley.
The Gallatin City Council has approved the city’s amended budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year, which includes funding to help staff a new fire station, a 1 percent cost of living increase for city employees and no property tax increase.
Raised in Hendersonville, Republican Luke Tinsley has strong roots in our community. He grew up with the influence of strong Christian grandparents; the seeds of which produced a strong Christian faith in him.
Deanne DeWitt is pleased to announce her candidacy for Sumner County Commission, District 6. Her service to our community has been extensive in the six short years since moving to the area. This is the first time she is seeking public office and will appear on the Republican ticket in the M…
The spread of opioid abuse claimed more than 1,600 lives in Tennessee in 2016, and it is getting worse. Methamphetamine abuse, while not getting the headlines, has increased. Gun violence and murder is increasing. What proposals do our candidates have to help Tennesseans address these public…
A campaign mailer stating that a county commission candidate likens children to lab monkeys was paid for by Sumner GOP - but not the Sumner GOP that comes to mind two weeks before a primary election.
Democratic United States Senate candidate Phil Bredesen visited Sumner County last week for a community healthcare roundtable discussion at Sumner Station in Gallatin.
Mayor Paige Brown’s proposed $40.3 million budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year includes funding to help staff a new fire station, a 1 percent cost of living increase for employees and no property tax increase.
Local community leader Johnny Garrett officially announced today his intentions to run for state representative in the open state house seat in District 45. Bringing jobs and creating a positive economic work environment for job growth, continue the focus on strengthening our education 'syst…