Franklin cites individuals on party buses coming from Nashville and more area news

In addition to bars, pedal taverns and other "transpotainment" vehicles were shut down by the city of Nashville. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
In addition to bars, pedal taverns and other "transpotainment" vehicles were shut down by the city of Nashville. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

In addition to bars, pedal taverns and other "transpotainment" vehicles were shut down by the city of Nashville. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

Read the latest Franklin and Brentwood news as well as updates from Williamson County.

Franklin

City of Franklin issues citations after party buses migrate down from Nashville

After Metro Nashville officials announced in July that as part of ongoing coronavirus restrictions, party buses and other "transpotainment" vehicles would no longer be permitted to operate, the city of Franklin announced Aug. 10 that some buses had traveled south over the weekend and had attempted to set up operations.

100 affordable housing units proposed in Franklin



A new 100-unit residential development has been proposed by the Franklin Housing Authority to be built on the west side of the city near Jim Warren Park.

Vida Flo to open IV hydration clinic in Franklin

Local owners Parker Turner, Dr. Howard Aubert, Adam Will and Michael Haley announced this summer they will open the newest location of Vida Flo on Aug. 15 at 1201 Liberty Pike, Ste. 102-B, Franklin.

Brentwood

Spark: An Art Studio coming soon to Brentwood

Spark: An Art Studio is slated to host a grand opening Aug. 29 at 213 Franklin Road, Ste. 110, Brentwood.

According to owner Lynn Harnen, Spark is a make-your-own art studio where customers can create glass and tile mosaics from stencils provided by the studio.

Williamson County

Williamson County coronavirus cases up by 26 in past 24 hours

Coronavirus cases in Williamson County have risen to 3,577 as of Aug. 10, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health. This marks an increase of 26 new cases reported in the county since the department’s last update Aug. 9.

Williamson County Schools to make announcement on future protocol Aug. 14

Williamson County Schools officials are expected to make an announcement Friday, Aug. 14 about what the next few weeks of schools will look like.

Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.