Read recent news from the Nashville area.
Williamson County Schools board members express frustrations over district reopening plan
In a Williamson County Schools Board of Education work session Aug. 10, board members shared complaints and feelings of division from families over the school’s reopening plan that went into effect Aug. 7.
Gov. Bill Lee to sign bills extending coronavirus liability protection to schools, businesses; punishments relating to riots, illegal protests to increase
Tennessee’s special legislative session has come to an end after three days, but not before legislators drafted multiple bills to send to the governor’s desk.
Bike lanes now open on Granny White Pike in Brentwood
Cyclists in the Brentwood area will now have more connectivity on city streets following the completion of a project to add bike lanes along a portion of Granny White Pike.
Task force meets to debate Williamson County seal
As the debate over the Williamson County seal continues, a county task force is working to listen to opposing voices before it presents a recommendation on whether to remove the Confederate flag from the seal.
100 affordable housing units proposed in Franklin
A new 100-unit residential development has been proposed by the Franklin Housing Authority to be built on the west side of the city near Jim Warren Park.
Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.