Coronavirus cases rise and more: News from Nashville

Coronavirus cases in Davidson County have risen to 16,695 as of July 21, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health. (Community Impact staff)
Coronavirus cases in Davidson County have risen to 16,695 as of July 21, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health. (Community Impact staff)

Coronavirus cases in Davidson County have risen to 16,695 as of July 21, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health. (Community Impact staff)

Read the latest news from Nashville.

Southwest Nashville

Davidson County coronavirus cases rise by 150 in 24 hours

Coronavirus cases in Davidson County have risen to 16,695 as of July 22, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health.

This marks an increase of 150 new cases reported in the county since the department’s last update July 21.



Barbershop Six One Five Hair Co. opens in Music Row

Six One Five Hair Co. opened June 15 in Music Row at 1025 17th Ave. S., Nashville. The barbershop offers haircuts, buzz cuts, beard trims, hair coloring and other services.

Council appoints Berthena Nabaa-McKinney to Metro Nashville Public Schools board

Metro Nashville Council appointed a new school board member at its July 21 meeting to represent schools in the Donelson, Hermitage and Old Hickory areas.

Franklin-Brentwood

Williamson County coronavirus cases rise by over 40 in 24 hours

Cases of coronavirus in Williamson County have risen to 2,648 as of July 22, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health.

This marks an increase of 49 new cases reported in the county since the department’s last update July 21.

Just Love Coffee Cafe opens at McEwen Northside

Just Love Coffee Cafe opened July 13 at 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Ste. 138, Franklin in the McEwen Northside development.

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





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Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from Brentwood and Franklin in the Nashville area.

The city celebrated the grand opening of the new police headquarters on Heritage Way in April. (Photos courtesy city of Brentwood)
City of Brentwood debuts $29 million police headquarters

The $29 million project, which is funded through the city’s capital improvement program, features more than 56,000 square feet of space, a far cry from the department’s existing offices at Brentwood City Hall. The department is expected to move employees to the new space by June 1, according to the city.

Owners Robin and Shawn Davis opened the Franklin location of Big Shake's Hot Chicken & Fish on Murfreesboro Road in 2014. (Photos courtesy Big Shake's Hot Chicken & Fish)
Big Shake's Hot Chicken & Fish offers a hot take on fried chicken and fish

While heat levels range from the original, no-heat option to Death Row, owner Shawn Davis said he recommends first-time diners start with a lower heat level and work their way up.

Three incumbents retained their seats on the Brentwood City Commission. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
3 incumbents re-elected to Brentwood City Commission

Results from the May 4 Brentwood city elections are in.

Three spots on the Brentwood City Commission are up for grabs this year. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Incumbents take early lead in Brentwood City Commission election

See live coverage of the Brentwood City Commission election here.

Fire damage caused the Red Pony to temporarily shut down its Main Street location in Franklin. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Red Pony reopens at temporary location while completing repairs from fire

The restaurant's location on Main Street has been closed since late January, when a fire caused damage to the building.

Work on the Southeast Municipal Complex is underway in Franklin. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Transportation updates: 3 road projects in Franklin, Brentwood to watch

Take a look at local road projects coming down the pipeline.

There are a number of eateries in Franklin and Brentwood to find breakfast dishes and pastries. (Courtesy Sugar Drop)
GUIDE: 18 places to get breakfast and brunch in Franklin, Brentwood

Which one of these brunch spots is on your list to try?

Buff City Soap opened in Franklin May 6. (Courtesy Buff City Soap)
Buff City Soap now open in Franklin

The shop sells handmade soap bars in a variety of scents.

Tori Cozert and her mother, Tammy Ringenberg, took ownership of AR Workshop Franklin last July. (Photos by Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Mother-daughter team makes creative environment for crafting in at AR Workshop Franklin in Cool Springs

Projects at the workshop include wood items, such as painted boards, planters, pillows and lazy Susans, as well as soft items, such as pillows, canvas tote bags and knit blankets, a popular item in colder months.

The city of Brentwood's police and fire departments will host a blood drive May 5.  (Courtesy Sanford Myers and American Red Cross)
Brentwood to host Battle of the Badges blood drive May 5

The drive comes as the American Red Cross is reporting a critical need for blood donations.

Active cases in Williamson County have dropped by 33% in the last month. (Community Impact staff)
Williamson County active COVID-19 cases drop to lowest levels since September

Active cases have dropped by 1/3 in the last month, according to data from the Tennessee Department of Health.