Jen Todd, The Tennessean

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The Tennessean

Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Jen:

Gov. Bill Lee speaks on growth in Sumner County

The Tennessean Sumner asked Lee for his thoughts on impending growth and a desire to maintain rural qualities. → Read More

Gov. Bill Lee: Sumner County high schools are a model for all of Tennessee

Gov. Bill Lee spoke about his goal for all Tennessee high schools to have vocational programs. → Read More

Sumner County Schools will be closed Thursday

Sumner County Schools will close Thursday due to extremely cold temperatures. → Read More

Sumner County Schools will be closed Thursday

Sumner County Schools will close Thursday due to extremely cold temperatures. → Read More

Where new developments, manufacturers are coming in Sumner County

Here are some of the big projects and commercial developments that are coming. → Read More

Sumner County Schools to close Wednesday for extremely cold temperatures

Sumner County Schools will be closed Wednesday due to extremely cold temperatures. → Read More

First Baptist Church Winchester opens doors for homeless to stay warm

Assistant minister Deborah Alston-Barr estimates Gallatin has 30-50 homeless individuals living on the streets. → Read More

Almost 5,000 homes are coming to Gallatin and Hendersonville. Here's where.

Here are the subdivisions, apartment complexes and townhouses that have been approved to come to Gallatin and Hendersonville. → Read More

Sumner County horse owners: Tennessee Equine Hospital to open third location in Gallatin

Gallatin veterinarian Mathew Lovell is partnering with Tennessee Equine Hospital to create its third location. → Read More

Sumner County parents express 'no trust' with school board, director

Some parents called for Director of Schools Del Phillips' resignation at Tuesday's school board meeting. → Read More

Station Camp eighth graders won't be moved to Beech, school board says

This is the second amendment the Sumner County School Board has made to the proposed Stage 1 rezoning. → Read More

No more fighting for chairs: Jumbo and Delicious moves to a bigger space in Hendersonville

While the menu remains the same, the new location seats more, parks more and has heat and air conditioning. → Read More

You can eat healthy, get fit and have fun at these Sumner County businesses

Eat right and get fit this year at these Sumner County businesses. → Read More

Gallatin High School club: these homes had the best Christmas decorations

Gallatin High School's FCCLA Club announces the winners of its first Christmas home decorating fundraising contest. → Read More

Great Inflatable Race coming to Batey Farm park in Hendersonville

The Great Inflatable Race is an obstacle course made of inflatables open to all ages. → Read More

$28M Gallatin project to connect SR-109 to Dobbins Pike will alleviate downtown traffic

After more than a decade of planning the Hatten Track Road extension project, construction is set to begin to connect north and east Gallatin. → Read More

Which Sumner County businesses opened, closed in 2018

Sumner County said hello to several new businesses, and goodbye to some others in 2018. → Read More

How to get a free, sober ride on New Year's Eve in Sumner County

One of Sumner County's efforts to prevent drunk driving on the holiday includes offering free rides home. → Read More

Going out for New Year's Eve in Sumner County? Gallatin will have DUI checkpoints.

The Gallatin and Hendersonville police departments and Sumner County Sheriff's Department will have DUI check points in Gallatin. → Read More

Portland 10-year-old succeeds in school, always positive despite cerebral palsy

"He always has something positive to say, no matter what," the boy's mother, Anna Bartley said. → Read More