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Man accused of killing 23-year-old Gallatin man appears in court
A preliminary hearing and bond hearing have been set for the man charged in the murder of 23-year-old Rameon Wilson outside a Gallatin apartment in April.
31 min ago
Gallatin mayor vetoes city budget
Gallatin Mayor Jo Ann Graves vetoed a budget narrowly passed by the City Council Tuesday that included a $2 million addition to a $7.5 million bond for an addition to the Civic Center.
5 hrs ago
Gallatin family starts over after devastating fire
Black soot stained Richard Damron's fingernails. It came from digging through the remains of his home at the end of Brazier lane, on the outskirts of Gallatin.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Gallatin man, 85, arrested for rape of 5-year-old girl
An 83-year-old Gallatin man was arrested Sunday for allegedly raping a 5-year-old girl.
Group home for men delayed again
A decision by the Sumner County Zoning Board of Appeals to issue permits for two group homes for men with disabilities has been deferred until August.
Airport Road section to be closed for repairs
A one-mile section of Airport Road in Gallatin will be closed for more than two weeks beginning June 28 for a railroad and pavement rehabilitation project.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Accident closes Highway 109 in Wilson County for two hours
An accident that required authorities to extricate one driver from his vehicle closed Highway 109 in Wilson County for about two hours on Monday.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Vital stats: Tim Maggart
Name: Tim Maggart Job: Home care physical therapist with CareSouth and singer-songwriter/recording artist Hometown: Born in Gallatin, Tenn., and proud to be a Vol!! Current home: Phenix City Family: Wife, Kathy, daughter, Krista, and son, Caleb Education: Master’s of Physical Therapy, Baylor University; B.A., Psychology, St. Martin’s ... (more)
TDOT proposes Lorraine Drive cul-de-sac
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has proposed a cul-de-sac at the end of Lorraine Drive, cutting off access to State Route 109 as the highway is widened, a move TDOT officials say will have the least impact on nearby residents.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Simulation tests TVA oil spill readiness
The Tennessee Valley Authority along with local, state and federal agencies participated in an emergency preparedness drill in Gallatin Thursday that involved a fictional 5 million gallon diesel fuel leak at the Gallatin Fossil Plant.
Knoxville News Sentinel
John G. Stewart: Culture of safety missing on Tennessee construction sites
John G. Stewart is a member of Bridges to Justice, a worker, community and faith alliance working to improve workplace safety in Tennessee.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Ms. Cheap: RC & Moon Pie Fest, free outdoor concerts top weekend to-do's
The middle of June offers a heaping helping of free fun all over Middle Tennessee, with the 19th annual Bell Buckle RC & Moon Pie Festival, the Rose Mont Festival in Gallatin, several Father's Day concerts and a strong and diverse lineup of other music for the week.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Fresh produce available weekly at Hendersonville Farmers Market
There's no need for to a trip to the country - some of the freshest fruits and vegetables are now available weekly at The Streets of Indian Lake Farmers Market.
Rose Mont Festival features free tours, furniture auction
The grounds of historic Rose Mont will come alive Saturday, June 15, during the 21st annual festival.
Committee keeps elections budget intact
Backed by all five Sumner County Election Commissioners, Administrator of Elections Lori Atchley appeared Monday before the County Budget Committee to respond to questions about her proposed spending plan.
FSA announces county committee election
The election of a county committee member to represent the LAA-3 an area which includes Portland West of Hwy 109, Clearview, New Deal, Cottontown, White House, Shackle Island, Hendersonville and South of Gallatin.
City budget fight again centers on Civic Center
The Gallatin Civic Center is again at the center of a city budget battle, as some members of the City Council seek an additional $2 million for upgrades to the facility added to a bond proposed by the mayor.
Trenkler wins junior qualifier tourney
Hendersonville's Noah Trenkler shot a two-under-par round of 70 to win Monday's Tennessee Junior Amateur Qualifier, which was held at Smyrna Municipal Golf Course.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Commentary: Hunter's court usually a packed house but without the applause
If James M. Hunter, Jr. were a stage performer whose livelihood depended on drawing big crowds and keeping everyone in their seats until curtain call, he would be in big trouble.