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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Officials and members of Legieza's family attended a ceremony June 18 to name a portion of Franklin Road in his honor. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Brentwood renames portion of Franklin Road in honor of fallen police officer

One year after his death, the city of Brentwood paid tribute to police officer Destin Legieza by renaming a portion of Franklin Road in his honor.

Community members and city officials held a ceremony for the new street names June 18. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Franklin unveils two street names for Black leaders

Signs for ANC Williams Way and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue have been placed along the former 3rd Avenue extension near Bicentennial Park.

Developers have announced the next phase of mixed-use center McEwen Northside. (Courtesy McEwen Northside, Northwood Ravin)
Developers announce next phase of McEwen Northside; Juneteenth events on tap and more top news from Franklin, Brentwood

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Juneteenth marks the day on June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers landed at Galveston and reported that the Civil War was over and slavery had ended. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Juneteenth in Williamson County: Community groups to host events, place historic marker June 19

Juneteenth marks the date in 1865 when the news of the Emancipation Proclamation reached enslaved people in Galveston, Texas.

The Puffy Muffin offers both savory and sweet breakfast options, including French Toast ($12) served with berries and bacon, sausage or ham. (Photos courtesy The Puffy Muffin)
The Puffy Muffin carries 35-year legacy, family recipes in Brentwood

Before The Puffy Muffin found its home inside a large bakery and dining room in Brentwood, it began in the kitchen of Lynda Stone, an avid at-home baker who enjoyed making sourdough bread for friends and family.

Each sauna uses infrared technology.(Courtesy Pure Sweat + Float Studio)
Pure Sweat + Float Studio brings infrared, floatation therapy to Williamson County

The studio offers saunas featuring full-spectrum infrared technology as well as individual floatation pools.

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

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