Read the latest news from Community Impact Newspaper's coverage of the Nashville area.
2020 Main Street Festival, Pumpkinfest and Dickens of a Christmas events canceled
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County announced June 17 that all programming and events for the remainder of 2020 will be canceled.
This includes the Main Street Festival, which had been rescheduled for July 18-19, the annual Pumpkinfest scheduled for Oct. 24 and the annual Dickens of a Christmas events, scheduled for Dec. 12-13.
Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rise by 313 in 24 hours
Cases of the coronavirus in Tennessee have risen to 32,143 as of June 17, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health.
This marks an increase of 313 new cases reported since the department's last update June 16.
Tennessee Department of Education to release district guidance for meal service, technology and more as schools reopen this fall
As districts across the state finalize plans for students to return to school in August, the Tennessee Department of Education is working to release two dozen sets of toolkits for districts that will reopen for the first time since early March.
Ladybird Taco now open in 12 South
Ladybird Taco, a restaurant specializing in breakfast and lunch tacos, opened June 3 in the 12 South area at 2229 10th Ave. S., Nashville, according to a social media post from the eatery.
Curio Brewing Company to open taproom, coffee brewing facility in Franklin
Curio Brewing Company is slated to open in July at 216 Noah Drive, Franklin. The full-service coffee shop and taproom will offer beer and house-made cold brew coffee on tap.
Copper Penny to close in Brentwood
After five years in Brentwood, women's boutique Copper Penny will close its location at 7030 Executive Center Drive, Ste. 102, Brentwood, according to an announcement from the owners via social media.
Wendy Sturges, Alex Hosey and Dylan Aycock contributed to this report.