Article and Photography Rick Murray After a long workday, many guys like to stop off at their favorite hangout to relax for a while. In Hendersonville, one of the most popular getaways is Sam’s Sports Grill, located in the Streets of Indian Lake.
Article and Photography Rick Murray Accidents happen. Breakdowns happen too. Most of the time, we accept their inevitability, and we just deal with them as they occur. However, when the failures impact our technology such as smartphones, tablets and computers, these events can have significant adverse impacts on our lives.
Article and Photography Rick Murray William Lee Golden began his musical career many years ago in rural South Alabama by singing on his grandfather’s weekly radio show. From those beginnings, he developed a lifelong love of music and harmony, especially the type performed by country, gospel and pop quartets. While he performed regularly in local venues, his musical career took…
We told you your time would come, didn’t we, guys? Since the May issue was all about the ladies, we thought it was only fair that the June issue of Hendersonville Lifestyle be dedicated to the gents of our community. While we will celebrate the dads in our lives on Father’s Day, June 17, you don’t have to … Continued
Vol State’s New Summer Terms Allows Students to Take More Classes Starting in summer 2018, Volunteer State Community College will expand its summer terms to permit students to take more classes. As of May 21, the college will offer three-week, six-week and traditional 12-week classes. The new format will reduce the overlapping of class terms, which will increase … Continued
The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a State of the County Forum on April 12. The forum featured addresses by Sumner County Executive Anthony Holt and Sumner County Director of Schools Del Phillips, Ph.D.