Win Bubble Tea opens second Nashville location near Belle Meade
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The Franklin Urban Growth Boundary, more commonly known as the UGB, determines areas around the city that may be annexed in the future as the population grows.
The boutique is now open in downtown Franklin.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for individuals 16 years of age and older. Moving forward, the vaccine will be marketed as Comirnaty.
Games To Go Nashville offers games created by Hunnicutt himself including “Yardzee,” an oversized version of Yahtzee, and Soccer Pool, a billiards game using a large court and colored soccer balls.
The announcement comes just a few days after Gov. Bill Lee issued an executive order that allows parents to have their children opt out of local mask requirements.
According to numbers released by the district Aug. 17, 276 students and 47 staff members are in isolation with a confirmed positive case.
Gov. Bill Lee to sign executive order allowing parents to opt out of school mask mandates; Tennessee General Assembly will not hold special session
Gov. Bill Lee said parents will be able to decide whether their children can opt out of local mask requirements.
The session would address the ability of local boards to make decisions related to COVID-19 and calls for paid leave for teachers.
After nearly four hours of debate, the board approved the mask requirement in a 7-3 vote.
Masks, quarantines and vaccines: What to know about 2021-22 safety guidelines for Williamson County Schools
Masks will not be required but will continue to be encouraged as COVID-19 cases rise locally.
The updated guidance recommends students maintain 3 feet of social distancing in classrooms while wearing masks.
Q&A: National Center for Learning Disabilities expert discusses challenges of special education, remote learning during pandemic
The NCLD's director of policy and advocacy spoke about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on special education students and their development in and out of the classroom.