5 hrs ago
White House mayor talks state of city, defends proposed tax hike
White House Mayor Mike Arnold gave his annual state of the city address to the White House Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, May 21, highlighting city accomplishments and discussing the proposed property tax increase.
6 hrs ago
'Kid President' inspires Hendersonville fourth graders to 'change the world'
What can you do to change the world? Indian Lake Elementary fourth grade teacher Kathleen McKinney asked her students this question at the beginning of the second semester.
10 hrs ago
Trial wraps up in international custody battle
A federal trial involving two 13-year-old twin boys at the center of an international child custody dispute has concluded without a decision yet made on the children's fate.
15 hrs ago
GHS graduation was a success
To the Editor: I want to thank you for helping Gallatin High School send the Class of 2013 into the next stage of their lives with all the dignity and joy that their accomplishment deserves.
19 hrs ago
Kitty Kulakowski: Cragfont picnic is old-fashioned summer fun
Are you in the mood for an old fashioned picnic? If so, why not attend the annual spring membership potluck picnic at Historic Cragfont on Sunday, June 2, at 1 p.m.? Remember when picnics were outside under big shade trees with good food, fellowship and fun? In addition, there were activities for the children.
Thu May 23, 2013
Hendersonville mayor's proposal includes $25K raise for himself
A new pay plan for city employees included in Hendersonville Mayor Scott Foster's 2014 fiscal year budget shows most of the city's full-time employees receiving pay increases ranging from 5 to 30 percent, with Foster himself receiving a $25,500 pay hike.
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Gallatin Family Rocked by Tragedy Now Focused on Moving Forward - Mikayla Lewis
A FOX17 follow up on a 4 vehicle crash in Sumner County that killed a brother and sister last weekend.
Wed May 22, 2013
Grad prank leaves mess at Station Camp
School officials on Monday were trying to figure out who was responsible for vandalism at Station Camp High School in what appeared to be a post-graduation senior prank.
Steve R. Oldham
Funeral service was Tuesday, May 21, at 11 a.m. from the chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Pastor Denzil Bryant officiating.
Sumner County 4-H members win at Sub-Regional Fair in Murfreesboro
Demonstrations were given if they were in the fourth or fifth grade. If they were in the sixth through eighth grade they gave Interactive Exhibits.
Tue May 21, 2013
SR109 reopens after crane collapses on car
State Route 109 in Gallatin re-opened at about 7 p.m. after a construction crane that had collapsed on a car shut down the highway for more than five hours.
Trial begins in international custody case
A trial begins Tuesday that could determine which country will decide the fate of 13-year-old twin boys at the center of an international custody battle that extends from Eastern Europe to Middle Tennessee.
Sun May 19, 2013
Middle TN briefs: Smyrna council endorses 46 percent property tax hike
"We faced difficult decisions reducing head count," said Smyrna Mayor Tony Dover, noting that that town cut 34 positions and used up more of its reserves for this fiscal year that ends June 30.
Election Commission cuts Sumner precincts by 25 percent
The Sumner County Election Commission voted unanimously Thursday to reduce voting precincts from 36 to 27, a 25-percent reduction, under a consolidation plan that is an alternative to convenient voting centers.
Sat May 18, 2013
Multi-Vehicle Crash in Sumner County
The Sumner County Sheriff's Office, Gallatin Volunteer Fire Department and other emergency responders are on the scene of a multi-vehicle crash in Sumner County.
Tue May 14, 2013
Roberts latest to announce bid for Summerville's seat
Former state senator Kerry Roberts, of Robertson County, announced Monday he will be among the challengers to face off against incumbent state Sen.
Mon May 13, 2013
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Gov. Urges Lawmakers to Reconsider Ag Gag after Veto - Eric Alvarez
Governor Haslam asked lawmakers to go back to the drawing board after vetoing the controversial Ag Gag bill Monday morning.
Macon County Times
TVA schedules second outage for May 18th
Weather permitting, TVA has scheduled the second of two planned outages for Saturday night, May 18th.
Sun May 12, 2013
'Walk for Those in Need' 5K fundraiser set for June 8
Vincent de Paul based at St. John Vianney Church in Gallatin Saturday, June 8. The fun walk/run will take place at Triple Creek Park adjacent to the Gallatin Civic Center.
School board looks at changing discipline policy
The Sumner County Board of Education will consider three policy revisions dealing with student discipline when board members meet May 21.