Hendersonville Board Postpones Vote That Would Create a ‘Do Not Solicit Registry’

On Tuesday, the City of Hendersonville Board of Mayor & Aldermen decided to postpone the first reading on Ordinance 2021-29 which would create a “Do Not Solicit Registry” for the City of Hendersonville.

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Hendersonville Man Pleads Guilty to Setting Fire to Metro Nashville Courthouse After George Floyd Rally

A Hendersonville man charged last year with the malicious destruction of property at the Metro Nashville Courthouse pleaded guilty this week in U.S. District Court. This, according to a press release for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Tennessee.

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Hendersonville Mayor Spooked by Idea of City Paying for New Horse Stable

The city of Hendersonville has four horses who work patrols for the police department, and the city’s board of aldermen want to use taxpayer money to buy a new stable to house them. Employees at the Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Hendersonville office house these horses free of charge. Yet the city’s…

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