Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report, host Leahy welcomed Gallatin, Tennessee Mayor Paige Brown to talk about her broadcasting career and agenda as Mayor.Read More
GALLATIN — Physicians, scientists, and frontline professionals gathered Saturday to discuss and analyze their findings regarding proper COVID-19 treatment and care, and they said these are findings that federal agencies either don’t report or don’t acknowledge. These speakers assembled at the United Church in Gallatin.Read More
Friday morning on the Tennessee Star Report, host Michael Patrick Leahy welcomed mRNA and DNA vaccine inventor Dr. Robert Malone to the newsmakers line to talk about the Global Covid Summit event this Saturday in Gallatin and clarify the confusion over Cominarty and Pfizer vaccines.Read More
A Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) proposed transmission line that will service the new Facebook data center and support future economic development in Gallatin will impact as many as 165 property owners representing about 225 parcels, lowering their property values and raising their concerns for safety.
TVA notified property owners affected by the proposed transmission via letters dated in mid-January, which invited them to access a virtual open house between January 21 and February 22 for further information and the opportunity comment on the project.Read More
A new report that describes how Facebook’s data centers have impacted surrounding areas could predict how a new one will impact Gallatin.
As The Tennessee Star reported in August, Facebook will invest $800 million to build a new state-of-the-art data center in Gallatin to create approximately 100 jobs. Gallatin officials said at the time that Facebook will hire locally.Read More
Former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen’s Nashville-based Silicon Ranch will help power Facebook’s operations in the state.
Company officials will partner with the Tennessee Valley Authority to develop carbon-free energy for a 70-megawatt solar facility in Madison County. This, according to a press release that TVA officials published on their website Thursday.Read More
Facebook will invest $800 million to build a new state-of-the-art data center in Gallatin to create approximately 100 jobs, the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced Wednesday.
Gallatin officials told The Tennessee Star that Facebook will hire locally.Read More
GALLATIN, Tennessee — With great fanfare, and with help from Donald Trump Jr., U.S. Senate Republican candidate Bill Hagerty opened his first campaign office Tuesday in Gallatin, his hometown.Read More
GALLATIN — Donald Trump Jr. told a crowd in Gallatin Tuesday that Tennessee Republican U.S. Senate candidate Bill Hagerty “was on the Trump train before it was politically expedient.” And that, Trump went on to say, is why his dad, U.S. Republican President Donald Trump, endorsed Hagerty so early…Read More
U.S. John Rose (R-TN-06) has cosponsored the “Improve Well-Being for Veterans Act,” which seeks to prevent veteran suicide.Read More
At the regularly scheduled October meeting of the Sumner County Board of Commissioners held Monday the 21st, the $96.7 million Phase I plan for the courthouse project was approved by a vote of 20-4.Read More
U.S. Rep. John Rose, a Republican representing Tennessee’s Sixth Congressional District, said this past week that if his Democratic colleagues are going to impeach U.S. Republican President Donald Trump then they need solid evidence.Read More
GALLATIN — U.S. Rep. John Rose, a Republican representing Tennessee’s Sixth Congressional District, said in Gallatin Thursday the Deep State is real and that people working in it impose many burdens upon the United States.Read More
The superintendent of Gallatin’s Public Utilities Department said there is no truth to information allegedly circulating around town about digital water meters making water bills skyrocket. “That’s not true. That must be something people are saying on Facebook,” Superintendent David Gregory told The Tennessee Star Wednesday. City officials are…Read More
Gallatin officials will spend $5.5 million of taxpayer money to satisfy the requirements of the nearly 30-year-old federal Americans With Disabilities Act. JamiAnn Hannah, risk manager for the city attorney’s office, told The Tennessee Star taxpayers will pay for the changes “because it’s the right thing to do.” She also…Read More