ROUNDUP: Read the top news from the past week in Greater Nashville

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Here are five recent updates from Metro Nashville, on free, state-provided face masks; Williamson County Schools graduations; and more.

Where to get a free face mask in Williamson County

The Williamson County Health Department announced it will distribute free cloth masks Monday through Friday at the Williamson County Agricultural Center.

Where to get a free face mask in Metro Nashville

The Metro Public Health Department announced May 6 the department will be giving away masks from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at three locations in Metro Nashville.



Williamson County Schools announces graduation dates for the class of 2020

The new window for school graduations in Williamson County has been moved to July 16-19 after residents indicated they want in-person ceremonies.

ROAD CLOSURE: I-440 at I-65 ramp to close May 8-11

From 9 p.m. May 8 through 6 a.m. May 11, the ramp from I-65 northbound to I-440 westbound will be closed for concrete pavement replacement work.

Cafe Coco in Midtown set to close, reopen as Italian market

Cafe Coco is closing after more than 20 years in Midtown at 210 Louise Ave., Nashville, and will reopen as an Italian market.

Alex Hosey, Dylan Skye Aycock and Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.



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Penn Station East Coast Subs opened in early June. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Penn Station East Coast Subs now open in Franklin

This is the first Franklin location for the company.

Developers have announced the next phase of mixed-use center McEwen Northside. (Courtesy McEwen Northside, Northwood Ravin)
Developers announce next phase of McEwen Northside in Cool Springs

The next phase of McEwen Northside is expected to be complete in late 2022.

Onyx & Alabaster opened a coffee lounge in downtown Franklin in late May. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Onyx & Alabaster relocates shop, opens coffee lounge in Franklin

The design studio and home market also operates a coffee lounge in Franklin's Public Square.

The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County has announced multiple historic sites in need of preservation. (Courtesy The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County)
Heritage Foundation of Williamson County announces list of 6 historic sites at risk

The foundation has identified several sites in danger of development or deterioration.

Tours will take place throughout downtown Franklin. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Franklin Walking Tours launches; deadline nears for Brentwood's best ash tree contest and more top area news

Read the top business and community news from the Franklin and Brentwood areas.

The city of Brentwood will rename a portion of Franklin Road in honor of officer Destin Legieza. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Portion of Franklin Road to be renamed in honor of Brentwood officer Destin Legieza

Leigieza was killed in a head-on collision with an impaired driver in June 2020.

Some trees in downtown Franklin have outgrown their basins. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Franklin BOMA discusses renovating sidewalks in downtown

The project would improve existing sidewalks from 1st Avenue to 5th Avenue to remove faded and uneven pavers while providing a wider area of walking space in front of downtown shops.

North Italia offers Italian fare and pizza. (Courtesy North Italia)
North Italia announces opening date for Franklin location

The eatery is expected to open in McEwen Northside in July.

Here are the latest coronavirus updates from Williamson County. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Active COVID-19 cases in Williamson County drop to 100; 50% of residents have at least 1 vaccine dose

Half of all residents in Williamson County are now partially vaccinated.

Tours will take place throughout downtown Franklin. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Franklin Walking Tours launches with ghost, psychic tours

Tour themes include Downtown Charm, Grim and Ghostly, and Picture Perfect.

The city of Brentwood will accept entries for its ash tree contest through June 15. (Courtesy city of Brentwood)
Deadline approaching for Brentwood's best ash tree contest

The contest is intended to help the city track the destruction made by emerald ash borers.