ROUNDUP: New FSSD associate director and two other Nashville-area stories

The Williamson County Fair Association announced April 14 its plan to purchase $50,000 worth of gift cards from local businesses to donate to health care workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Williamson County Fair Association)
The Williamson County Fair Association announced April 14 its plan to purchase $50,000 worth of gift cards from local businesses to donate to health care workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Williamson County Fair Association)

The Williamson County Fair Association announced April 14 its plan to purchase $50,000 worth of gift cards from local businesses to donate to health care workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Williamson County Fair Association)

Here are three notable recent stories from the Greater Nashville area, on Franklin SSD, free popsicles and more.

Following widespread event cancellations, King of Pops transitions to delivery services to stay open during coronavirus

In an effort to generate more business, King of Pops now offers free popsicle delivery in the Nashville area. Customers can purchase popsicles and other products made by King of Pops and local purveyors from the company’s new online store, Rainbow Provisions.

Franklin Special School District announces new associate director

David Snowden, Franklin Special School District director of schools, announced Mary Decker as the new associate director of schools April 17.



Williamson County Fair to purchase $50,000 in gift cards to donate to health care workers

The Williamson County Fair Association announced April 14 its plan to purchase $50,000 worth of gift cards from local businesses to donate to health care workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Alex Hosey and Dylan Skye Aycock contributed to this report.