Some Sumner County teens, including from Portland High School, are getting the chance to learn how the court system works and perhaps use it as a stepping stone to a career path in the judicial system.
A Springfield man found trouble in Portland after an argument with his girlfriend ended with a gunshot being fired through the floor of their upstairs apartment, according to a police report.
A resolution was scheduled to go before the Portland City Council at Monday night's meeting that would provide up to $75,000 for the city to put toward pay range and wage adjustments for the Portland Police Department.
Nancy Clevenger was only 2 years old when she and her siblings were adopted into separate families, and she went through life believing she would never have a connection with a brother or sister.
Clyde Riggs Elementary School and Oakmont Elementary School were both named 2019 Reward Schools based on data from the recently released TNReady assessment scores.
The Portland City Council approved on first reading an ordinance that would sell a plot of city-owned property on Kirby Drive adjacent to Kirby Building Systems to the steel building manufacturer.
Newly hired certified police officers will receive a signing bonus when they officially join the force, following a resolution passed at the Tuesday meeting of the Portland City Council.
Portland Police arrested two suspects and charged them with possession of meth for resale after they were caught with 140 doses of the drug in their vehicle on Sept. 1.
A Portland man was arrested after he admitted to firing a shot into his neighbor's pickup truck as the neighbor drove past his house on the night of Aug. 23, hitting the victim in the forearm.
Mt. Juliet is preparing both logistically and legislatively to deploy automated license plate readers, unanimously voting for a statute of limitations on how long law enforcement can keep pictures.
Following six hours of debate, the Sumner County Commission approved its fiscal year budget and a 17% increase on property tax at its meeting held Aug. 19, and citizens are set to receive their bills by Oct. 1.
A Portland man is facing charges of vandalism and domestic assault after he allegedly destroyed the inside of his mother's home during an act of rage.
Portland Utilities sent out a letter to all its city water customers on July 31 regarding possible issues with the utility's drinking water that took place for just under six hours on July 4.
The City of Portland is seeking a new city judge as longtime Judge Steve Glaser has announced he is stepping down and will reside in the Memphis area with his wife of 44 years, Sonja.
Over the last few weeks, Vanderbilt University Medical Center has seen multiple admissions and a few tragic deaths due to fire and smoke inhalation injuries.
BEATTYVILLE, Ky. -- Fannie Callahan, a 62-year-old woman from Lee County, worked at the local nursing home for 38 years before retiring, has insurance, and pays her bills on time. But a six-day hospit
FRANKFORT -- Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order establishing the Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship (WRKS) Program, designed to increase the Commonwealth's current low labor participation rate
WASHINGTON -- On Monday evening, Representative Goodlatte (VA-06) announced that House Republicans voted to gut the Office of Congressional Ethics, stripping the non-partisan watchdog of its ability t