Crutchfields on Savely Drive win November yard contest
The Crutchfields were presented a $50 gift certificate by Mike Brown, manager of Hendersonville Home Depot, and awarded the yard-of-the-month winner sign for their yard.
Wed Dec 18, 2013
Man charged with bigamy was married by county commissioner
A Hendersonville man charged with bigamy for marrying two women in a month exchanged his latest vows at the home of a county commissioner.
Johnny Cash Album Trailer Features Previously Unheard Song
On March 25th, the estate of Johnny Cash will put out a previously unreleased LP that the rock and country firebrand recorded in the early Eighties.
Goodlettsville man charged after shooting dozens of cars with BB gun
An 18-year-old man was charged Wednesday with several counts of vandalism after shooting between 40 and 50 vehicles in Hendersonville and Goodlettsville with a BB gun.
Teen Accused Of Shooting Vehicles With BB Gun
A Goodlettsville teenager has been charged with vandalism and reckless endangerment for allegedly shooting out vehicle windows with a BB gun.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
'Christmas 4 Kids' Shopping Spree In Hendersonville
A long line of country music tour buses stretched through Hendersonville Tuesday night, each taking children on a Christmas shopping spree.
Lost Johnny Cash album to be released in March
Johnny Cash's album “Out Among the Stars,” comprising 12 studio recordings recently discovered, will be released March 25. A long-ago shelved album that Johnny Cash recorded in the early 1980s while still at Columbia Records will be released on March 25 after being rediscovered by his son, John Carter Cash.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Police seek public's help to locate teen
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Hendersonville Police Department are asking for the public's help to find a missing Hendersonville teenager.
Hendersonville mother hopes for resolution after police reclassify Wix case as homicide
A Hendersonville mother has new hope for resolution in a missing persons case that was reclassified as a homicide by the Robertson County Sheriff's Office Monday.
New judge sets March trial date in decade-old murder case
A new judge set the first-degree murder trial of a former Hendersonville man accused of killing his wife over a decade ago for March 24 and gave him the chance to post bond to be released from jail.
1 shot at Elm Hill Pike apartment complex
It happened around 11 a.m. Monday at the Terrace Park Apartments located in the 3100 block of Elm Hill Pike.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Wayne Mills' wife shares memories of country singer's life
The wife of country singer Wayne Mills sat down and spoke with Nashville's News 2 about his life and the memories she cherishes.
Former State Treasury employee under investigation
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has been requested to investigate a former employee of the State of Tennessee Treasury Department for theft of information.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Baby taken to hospital with unknown injuries
The six-month-old child was taken from the SunTrust Bank located on Dr. D.B. Todd Jr. Boulevard at Scovel Street Friday afternoon.
Actors Point's 'A Christmas Carol' gets new setting
Catch it at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday on the campus of Redeemer Classical Academy, 1503 Sulphur Springs Road in Murfreesboro.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Judge will decide if teen can stand trial
Sumner County Criminal Court judge Dee David Gay will determine Jan. 13 if a Hendersonville teen accused of killing his mother with a sledgehammer is mentally competent to stand trial.
Hendersonville approves 1,090-home development
Hendersonville leaders gave final approval Tuesday to a 472-acre mixed-use development on the city's northern edge between Drakes Creek Road and Long Hollow Pike.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Hendersonville Target reopens after gas leak
The Hendersonville Target store has reopened after a gas leak. The store was shut down for about three hours.
Real estate: What you get for $450,000
The home has views of the Five Oaks golf course, and the lot backs up to mature trees.
TDOT outlines plans for land acquisition, road widening in Hendersonville
Land and business owners along a stretch of Walton Ferry and Old Shackle Island roads in Hendersonville gathered last week to hear how the Tennessee Department of Transportation plans to acquire their properties for the realignment of an intersection that has plagued the city for decades.