Read the latest news from the Nashville area.
Visitors to Williamson County reached record-breaking 1.8 million in 2019
Visitors to Williamson County reached a record high in 2019, according to the latest data from Visit Franklin, which said 1.81 million visitors came to the area last year, marking an increase of 5.23% from 2018’s 1.72 million visitors.
Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rise by 631 in 24 hours
Coronavirus cases across Tennessee have risen to 27,575 as of June 9, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health. This marks an increase of 631 new cases reported since the June 8 update.
Metro Nashville Public Schools planning three scenarios for fall 2020
As districts across the state grapple with how to reopen schools in August, Metro Nashville Public Schools Director Adrienne Battle said the district is preparing for three different scenarios in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Metro Nashville Public Schools mourns death of board chair Anna Shepherd
Metro Nashville Public Schools officials and city leaders are mourning the death of school board chair Anna Shepherd, who died overnight after being hospitalized on Friday for prior medical issues, the district announced on June 9. Shepherd was 68.
Pure Life Renal of Cool Springs opens Brentwood clinic
Pure Life Renal of Cool Springs opened in Brentwood on April 28 at 1648 Westgate Circle, Brentwood.
Alex Hosey and Dylan Aycock contributed to this report.