An event in support of ending racial inequality took place June 4 at 5 p.m. in the Public Square in downtown Franklin, where protesters gathered with signs reading "End white silence" and "Black Lives Matter."
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Cases statewide have passed the 25,000 mark.
Williamson County Board of Commissioners to amend budget at June 8 meeting to allow more money for schools, facilities
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Moore was nominated for his work in launching Find Hope Franklin and his initiatives in involving mental health and wellness in the Franklin community.
The event is intended to be peaceful, according to event organizers and the Franklin Police Department.
A second ramp closure will be in place overnight on June 4 and June 9-10.
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Cases of the coronavirus across the state are nearing the 25,000 mark.
The Jesus and Justice Candlelight Prayer Vigil was held in remembrance of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and many more black Americans who were killed in recent weeks.
New cases reported June 2 shows one of the largest spikes of positive cases in recent weeks, according to data from the Tennessee Department of Health.
A candlelight vigil will be held at First Missionary Baptist Church in Franklin on June 2 from 6-7 p.m. in remembrance of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and many more black Americans who have been killed in recent weeks.
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The library will allow patrons to come inside the building with restrictions in place.
Patrons will be required to wear face masks, and seating will be adjusted to allow for social distancing.
Case numbers rose to more than 23,000 cumulative cases over the weekend.
Visitors of the center are required to follow guidelines set out in Gov. Bill Lee’s Tennessee Pledge Plan, including being asked to wear a facemask and to maintain social distancing while inside the center.
Children up to age 18 can log reading hours online for a chance to win prizes.
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New reported cases have risen by less than 2% in the past 24 hours.
Additional county recreation facilities will also reopen.
City officials said state mandates on large gatherings and social distancing guidelines led them to cancel the events.