Mask use enforced, Regal Cinemas to reopen and more: News from Nashville

The Metro Nashville Board of Health voted to approve a mandate that requires citizens in Nashville to wear masks in public during a special session June 26. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
The Metro Nashville Board of Health voted to approve a mandate that requires citizens in Nashville to wear masks in public during a special session June 26. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The Metro Nashville Board of Health voted to approve a mandate that requires citizens in Nashville to wear masks in public during a special session June 26. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Read the latest updates from the Nashville area.

BREAKING: Metro Nashville to enforce wearing masks in public following unanimous Board of Health vote

The Metro Nashville Board of Health unanimously voted to approve a mandate that requires citizens in Nashville to wear masks in public during a special session on June 26.

Regal Cinemas plans to reopen some theaters starting July 10; dates unknown for Nashville area

Movie theater chain Regal Cinemas announced June 16 that it will begin opening locations July 10 with COVID-19 safety measures in place based on guidelines provided from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.



Textile Fabrics in Berry Hill offers an array of fabrics for clothing, masks and more

For more than four decades, family-owned business Textile Fabrics has supplied the Nashville area with fabrics for all types of occasions, according to owner Chip Grimes.

Cuts N Blessings barbershop owner attributes success to faith

Before he owned Cuts N Blessings, Anthony McLemore said he got his start as a barber by cutting his own hair as a teenager.

“It was in the summer of ‘89. I remember it like it was yesterday. And every week, I would get in front of the mirror and cut it and make it all even,” McLemore said. “My friend saw me doing it, and he said, ‘You cut your hair? Do mine.’”

Alex Hosey and Dylan Aycock contributed to this report.



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Pool and splash park facilities will open May 1, according to the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department. (Courtesy Williamson County Parks and Recreation)
Williamson County outdoor pools and splash parks to open May 1

Weekend hours for indoor facilities will also be extended on weekends.

Coaltown Pizza & Public House opened in early April in Westhaven. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Coaltown Pizza & Public House now open in Westhaven

The eatery, which will be in a soft opening phase through April 18, offers signature pizzas such as Buffalo chicken, margherita pizza and smashed potato pizza, made with garlic ricotta sauce, bacon, cheese and smashed potatoes.

Hattie Jane's Creamery is now open in Franklin. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Hattie Jane's Creamery now open in Franklin

The ice cream shop offers signature flavors, such as Nana Puddin', Toasted Coconut Minty Chip and Chocoholic, as well as seasonal flavors, such as Blood Orange Mimosa and Strawberry Jam.

Waldo's Chicken & Beer will open in the former location of Captain D's on New Hwy. 96 West. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Waldo’s Chicken & Beer to open second Franklin location

The eatery will open a second location in Franklin later this year in the former site of Captain D's.

Approximately 1 million Tennessee residents have been fully vaccinated, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
1/3 Williamson County residents have first dose; Franklin to host storm cleanup and more top area news

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

As active cases in the county plateau, vaccinations are on the rise. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Williamson County active COVID-19 cases have remained largely stable for past several weeks

As active cases drop, the number of residents getting vaccinated continues to rise.

The city of Franklin will host a neighborhood cleanup April 19-20. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Franklin to host neighborhood cleanup for storm debris April 19-20

Debris and other household waste must be placed on the curb by April 18.

Harpeth House will open April 11 on the Christ Community Church campus. (Courtesy Christ Community Church)
Christ Community Church to open Harpeth House on Hillsboro Road

A grand opening celebration is scheduled for April 11.

Gov. Bill Lee announced April 6 he is in opposition to mandated "vaccine passports." (Screenshot via Facebook)
Gov. Bill Lee announces support for legislation banning 'vaccine passports'

Lee said he is supporting legislation that would prohibit government-mandated proof of vaccination status.

The meeting will be streamed online via Facebook and YouTube. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Brentwood to host virtual neighborhood meeting for new fire station April 8

Construction on the new station is slated to begin later this year.

The shop offers a selection of soaps made from all-natural ingredients. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Buff City Soap to open in Cool Springs

The store sells soaps, scrubs, bath bombs and lotions made from natural ingredients.