2 hrs ago
DAR to sponsor genealogy workshop
The workshop will run 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and will be led by trained volunteer genealogist Sandra Long and chapter Registrar Lori Hanley.
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7 hrs ago
Nationwide Insurance to Gallatin firm: We're not 'on your side'
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. is suing a Gallatin-based insurance company with a name that the company claims resembles its "on your side" slogan.
11 hrs ago
News bites: Meet candidates for sheriff, chancellor, Juvenile Court judge
The event will be held in the first floor community room of the Hendersonville Public Library, 140 Saundersville Road.
15 hrs ago
She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Dozier Jr. of Hermitage, Tenn., and Mr. Donald Wayne Hill and the late Mrs. Joyce Cannon Hill of Gallatin.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Circuit Court judge post attracts 4 Republican candidates
Sumner County's May 6 Republican and Democratic primary ballots appear to be set with two more candidates qualifying for the Circuit Court judge seat vacated by the sudden death of C.L. Buck Rogers.
Motorcycle thief wanted in two other cities
Gallatin police have released a photograph of the man accused of stealing a motorcycle while on a test-drive last month and are asking for the public's help identifying him.
Welch College opening delayed
Plans to open Welch College's new campus in Gallatin could be delayed up to a year after a deal to sell the Christian university's Nashville property fell through.
Watch Ben Briley Sing "Turning Home" in American Idol 2014 Top 12 - March 5, 2014
Tonight's episode is sure to bring some serious competition, as the contestants sing songs that remind themselves of “Home.” Though we've gotten to know the remaining contestants fairly well over the last few weeks, the personal theme promises to reveal more intimate sides of them than we've seen before.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Ben Briley sings, shows off hometown tonight on 'American Idol'
Gallatin singer Ben Briley will perform tonight to vie for a spot in the top 11 finalists competing for the "American Idol" title.
American Mechanical opens in Gallatin
Operations are expected to begin this week at one of the newest businesses to locate to Gallatin's Industrial Park, city officials said.
Sumner County school achievements
To be listed on the SMU honor roll with distinction, students must be in the top 10 percent of their school of record.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Luncheon raises $28K for local Boy Scouts
Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty was the luncheon's guest speaker.
Circuit seat draws interest
As of Monday, three Republican candidates are seeking the 18th Judicial District Circuit Court judgeship left open by the sudden death last week of C.L. "Buck" Rogers.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Cold Justice: 'In mama's room there was a monster' says child in murder
"In mama's room there was a monster!" the two-year old child of a murder victim said in the latest episode of TNT's " Cold Justice ", Friday, Feb. 28. In this episode famous former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and nationally-known investigator Yolanda McClary trekked to Gallatin, Tenn.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Police Ask For Public's Help In Solving Gallatin Cold Case
Four years have passed since Lydia Gutierrez was brutally murdered in front of her two children.
Volunteers to make a tree-mendous impact at planting locations in Watertown, throughout Middle Tennessee
A tree-planting effort, "10K Tree Day," organized by the Tennessee Environmental Council kicks off Saturday with an event scheduled for Watertown the following weekend.
Freels' withdrawal prompts new qualifying deadline in District 11 race
After incumbent District 11 County Commissioner Paul Freels withdrew his name Thursday from the May 6 Republican Primary, a new qualifying deadline has been set for potential candidates.
Mayor Jo Ann Graves: New fire truck at no cost
The city's newest safety equipment arrived this week. And it is state of the art.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Gallatin attorney denied qualifying papers sues
A well-known Gallatin attorney has filed a lawsuit against the Sumner County Election Commission and the administrator of elections after he was denied a qualifying petition to run as an independent for Sumner County Circuit Court Judge.
Volunteers needed to plant 10,000 trees Saturday
Volunteers are needed Saturday to plant 10,000 trees throughout Middle Tennessee, including in Gallatin and Goodlettsville.