Throughout this holiday season, the Henderson Police Department wants to remind everyone of the importance of wearing your seatbelt and making sure children are properly buckled or using appropriate child restraint seats.
Essary's Florist, on East Main Street, held a holiday open house Saturday.
Freed-Hardeman University's annual Advisory Board Benefit Dinner is planned for Friday evening, Dec. 5. Billed as the largest one-night fundraiser in the state of Tennessee, the event annually raises in excess of $1 million for student scholarships.
The Henderson/ Chester County Chamber of Commerce will present the Annual Henderson Christmas Parade at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4 in downtown Henderson.
The offices of the Chester County Independent will be closed Thursday and Friday Nov. 27, and 28, in celebration of the Thanksgiving holidays.
A lawsuit has been filed against Chester County, Chester County Sheriff Blair Weaver, former Madison County Sheriff David Woolfork and numerous others by Kevin Carnett.
Chester County Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20, in the conference room at the Board of Education offices.
People are proud of their food, their elaborate holiday spread and their favorite ways of dressing out the dinner table. Nowhere is this any truer than right here in Henderson and next to their food they love a great debate too.
Leadership Chester County Class of 2014 recently volunteered at the Gleaner's House.
I hope everyone had a great week. The snow was pretty Monday when I got up, but I am thankful it was not too bad. It is an early winter for us.
Hello to everyone! 1 Ch. 16:34, "O give thanks unto the LORD; for He is good; for His mercy endureth for ever." I would like to take this time out just give thanks for all that we have here in the United States of America. Yes, a day of celebration of Thanksgiving Day is upon.
We woke up to a dusting of snow on the ground Monday morning, but it was great to see the sun shining.
This cold weather is most unusual this time of year, but good news is, it is going to warm up in a few days.
The Jacks Creek Community Club met on Thursday, Nov. 13, with 25 members present. The meeting place was beautifully decorated with a Thanksgiving décor, along with Veterans Day materials and information.
For snow records: Thursday, Nov. 13, brought our first snow flurries with light sleet and ice. Rain drizzled most of Sunday, but on Monday, Nov. 17, a light dusting of snow hung on bushes, and covered pansies.
Josh Coy is not really a lab rat, but he did consider it for extra income this time of year so he could buy his girls whatever their heart desires for Christmas.
Every family has its own traditions for holidays and special occasions. My love of cooking began with helping my grandmother prepare holiday dinners.
Justin and Jenifer Emerson are proud to announce the arrival of their son, Jesse Blake Emerson.
Makenzie Briley, of Springville, recently donated 10 inches of her hair to Locks of Love.
Escaping cold winters in the states, tourists often head to Cartagena, Columbia. With a coastline boarding the Pacific Ocean and sharing borders with Ecuador, Venezuela, Brazil and Peru, Cartagena is a mix of the old and the new.
While trying to find a friend's home in a sub-division, I stopped a young woman out jogging and asked, "Do you know where the Jones family lives? I think it's on this block."
Last week, I wrote an article about how to keep the weight off of us humans during the holidays. But what about our pets?
This section currently has no active articles in it.