Find recent Nashville-area stories regarding the ongoing coronavirus pandemic below.
Tennessee sees 148% increase in unemployment insurance claims during week ending March 28; nationwide claims up 100%
As the coronavirus pandemic continues and businesses lay off their employees, more Americans are filing claims for unemployment insurance.
As coronavirus outbreak keeps residents at home, Nashville-area gardening expert shares tips for spring season
With local and statewide safer-at-home orders now in place, many residents in the Greater Nashville area are spending more time at home to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
For local residents with green thumbs—or even those who feel inspired to become first-time gardeners—there are several ways to prepare for the spring gardening season.
Belle Meade Police Department launches delivery service for seniors, vulnerable residents
In an effort to assist senior citizens and others who may be more vulnerable to coronavirus, the Belle Meade Police Department has launched a pickup and delivery service available to qualifying residents.
Metro Nashville Public Schools begins distributing laptops to seniors
Due to the extended school closures through at least April 24, Metro Nashville Public Schools began distributing laptops on March 31 to high school seniors who need access to online resources.
CMA Fest canceled for 2020, expected to return in 2021
Officials with the Country Music Association announced March 31 its annual CMA Fest, originally scheduled for June 4-7, will not be held this year due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the region.
Nola Z. Valente, Danica Smithwick, Wendy Sturges, Jen Para and Dylan Aycock contributed to this report.