I sit on my porch every morning enjoying my coffee and every morning I watch speeding car rushing to their destinations, with only one focus. The focus is not necessarily safety for others, the strip is short, but allows enough distance to gain speed.
Scattered showers and a few thundershowers are expected for Middle Tennessee on Tuesday as a cold front passes through. Partly cloudy and cooler will return for Wednesday through Friday with high temperatures only in the 60s and low temperatures dropping to near 40 degrees.
It’s sad but true. We are as connected as ever but probably as lonely as ever. With that comes the opportunity for criminals to take advantage of unsuspecting people looking for companionship in online platforms.
Sumner County Administrator of Elections Lori Atchley resigned last week saying she’s ready to go back to her work in construction and development.
The youth and young adult years often represent the prime of life – a time filled with fun and new experiences. But they can also be marked by challenges or stress in school, with friends and at home.
After I read Tena Lee's front page article in the Sept. 19 issue of the Gallatin News about the coming court hearing regarding condemnation of property needed for the proposed sewer line for the Liberty Creek School complex, I was convinced that more research should have been done to seek an…
Middle Tennessee looks to be on the way to one of the driest September's on record. Through the 20th, many areas have had no rain for the month and it is rare to find anyone reporting over a quarter of an inch for September.
I am proud to file H.R.4219 as my first bill, because nationwide injunctions impact every one of us. The bill is an effort to curtail nationwide injunctions, which have the potential to severely restrict new government policies. It is a harmful trend and a practice that must be stopped.
Folks in Middle Tennessee have endured highs in the 90s and the heat index over 100 for so many days recently that I would imagine you are ready for a pattern change and that is exactly the news I bring.
In response to Mr. Reams’ letter to the editor in support of the proposed Meadows development, (he) states, “Some of the opposition is coming from people who don’t live anywhere near the proposed development.”
As suicide and attempted suicide continue to dominate discussions and topics related to the health care of young people, this demographics’ reliance and use of social media gets much of the blame.