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(Community Impact Staff)
(Community Impact Staff)

(Community Impact Staff)

Read popular news from the past week from the Nashville area.

DATA: See 6 months of tracking COVID-19 in Williamson County

It has been a little more than six months since the first case of the coronavirus in the state was reported in Williamson County, and in that time, total cases have risen to nearly 5,000.

Williamson County approves recommendation to remove Confederate flag from county seal

Following weeks of debate and seeking community feedback, the Williamson County Board of Commissioners voted 16-7 on Sept. 14 approving a resolution to accept a recommendation to remove the Confederate flag from the county seal.

3 development projects to know in Williamson County

A number of construction projects, including hotels and new schools, are underway in Williamson County, Take a look at a few currently in progress.

9 new eateries that opened in Franklin, Brentwood this summer

Several new eateries opened this summer in the Franklin and Brentwood areas. Take a look to see which new spots you may have missed.

Franklin Special School District Board Chair Tim Stillings apologizes for social media post; board will appoint new chair

In response to a social media post made Sept. 5 by Franklin Special School District Board of Education Chair Tim Stillings, the board will select a new board chair, and Stillings has issued an apology.

Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.