Read the top stories in September on Community Impact Newspaper's website from the Nashville area.
Williamson County sees large drop in active coronavirus cases after state updates reporting practices
Williamson County’s number of active coronavirus cases has dropped to 360 cases following an update in reporting from the Tennessee Department of Health announced Sept. 3. This number is down from the 1,044 cases reported Sept. 2.
The significant change in active cases comes as a result of an update to the state’s reporting practices, Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey said.
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.
Maryland Farms YMCA to close; Brentwood YMCA to expand
The YMCA of Middle Tennessee has announced plans to close the Maryland Farms YMCA on Maryland Way and merge its operations with the Brentwood YMCA on Concord Road, thus creating one regional location.
'We want teachers': Williamson County Schools parents express frustration with online learning
Ahead of a special-called Williamson County Schools board of education meeting Sept. 9, several parents gathered in Franklin to protest how the district is handling online learning for students.
Izzy's Feel Good Food coming soon to Franklin
Izzy's Feel Good Food will open this fall in downtown Franklin at 901 Columbia Ave.
Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.