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Tennessee coronavirus cases rise by 799 in 24 hours

The daily totals also include 567 cumulative deaths, 2,431 cumulative hospitalizations and an estimated 25,280 recoveries to date.



Face coverings: How they work and common misconceptions

An infectious disease expert weighs in on the science behind how face coverings work and tips to keep in mind while wearing them.



Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department to offer kids summer camps in July

Camp sizes will be limited to meet social distancing requirements.


Williamson County to add new amenities to Indoor Sports Complex in Brentwood

Future plans for the complex include the addition of a fitness studio, additional pickleball courts and a new splash pad.


Tennessee coronavirus cases rise by 932 in 24 hours

The daily totals also include 556 cumulative deaths, 2,386 cumulative hospitalizations and an estimated 24,693 recoveries to date.


Williamson County Schools addresses racial slur written at elementary school

According to Hunters Bend Principal Yolanda Blackburn, this marks the second time racial slurs have been written on school property in the last year and a half.




Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rise by 750 in 24 hours

Overall, more than 705,000 COVID-19 tests have been conducted, according to the TDH update, including more than 5,300 reported in the last 24 hours.


McCreary's Irish Pub and Eatery maintains tradition of Irish food, beer in downtown Franklin

“A lot of people say we’re like ‘Cheers.’ It’s very common to just pop in and see five people you know, so we’re the hangout spot," owner Natasha Hendrix said. "You can get grub, food and beer anywhere, but this is where people come to socialize.” 


Franklin hotels offer discounts to Tennessee, neighboring state residents to help fill vacant rooms

Sixteen hotels in Franklin have announced discounted rates for residents in Tennessee, while 12 have announced discounts for residents of Alabama, Kentucky, Georgia and Mississippi



Construction on I-440 to wrap up one month ahead of schedule

Crews will begin the process of opening up the roadway this week, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation.


Local dog parks, playgrounds reopen as state coronavirus cases rise: News from Nashville

Read the latest news from Community Impact Newspaper's coverage of the Nashville area.


Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rise by 451 in 24 hours

Overall, more than 699,000 COVID-19 tests have been conducted, according to the TDH update, including more than 14,000 reported in the last 24 hours.


Ramsey Solutions to expand headquarters in Franklin

The new office building will be nearly 192,000 square feet and is expected to be completed in May 2021.



Williamson County officials, nonprofits work to provide mental health relief during coronavirus pandemic

In the months since the start of the pandemic, local providers are reporting waiting lists for those seeking treatment for mental health and a need for more resources.



Events canceled, police officer dies and more: News from Nashville this week

Read recent news from this week's coverage of the Nashville area.


PHOTOS: Hundreds turn out for candlelight vigil in Brentwood for fallen police officer

Residents, county and city officials attended a vigil in Brentwood to honor the memory of Officer Destin Legieza, who was killed in a traffic accident June 18.



Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rise by nearly 1,200 in 24 hours

The state has conducted more than 667,000 tests for COVID-19.


State, city leaders recognize Juneteenth on June 19: Learn more about the holiday and its connection to Tennessee

Juneteenth honors the day in 1865 when more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation became official in 1863, Union General Gordon Granger came to Galveston to announce the liberation of enslaved people in Texas.


Studio Tenn postpones productions, furloughs staff

Studio Tenn’s board of directors voted to postpone the theater’s 2020-21 season until February of next year and will furlough the majority of its staff as a result of coronavirus concerns.


Brentwood to hold candlelight vigil June 19 to honor Officer Destin Legieza

Officer Destin Legieza was killed in a traffic incident while on duty in the early morning hours of June 18.