Meals will be provided free of charge to students, even if they do not attend a school in the Franklin Special School District.
If state health officials determine additional hospital capacity is needed in Middle Tennessee, the alternate site will allow space for 67 beds.
More than 6,000 people have been tested over the past 24 hours, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
The city of Franklin is considering delaying four different capital improvement projects based on priority rankings from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Nearly 410,000 tests have been conducted statewide as of May 27.
Construction on I-440 in Nashville is set to wrap up this summer.
The preliminary results of a traffic study for the Cool Springs area was presented to the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen at its May 26 work session.
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Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rise by 358 in 24 hours; more than 400,000 tests have been conducted statewide
The number of new cases reported statewide rose by less than 2%.
Cycle Bar Franklin Owner Sharon Thompson said she is working to make sure customers feel comfortable as gyms and fitness studios reopen locally.
Local officials are still working to determine the long-term economic effects of coronavirus on the region.
Cases numbers rose by 2.2% since May 24.
Here are three updates on the reopenings of Nashville businesses, including Nordstrom in The Mall at Green Hills.
More than 380,000 tests have been conducted statewide.
Here are five recent updates from Metro Nashville, on plans for school in the fall semester, info on the economic impact of coronavirus and more.
Here are the coronavirus updates to know May 22.
The new studio offers single-station workouts on state-of-the-art rowing machines.
Appointments for services can be made online.
Capacity restrictions lifted from restaurants, retailers in Tennessee; large attractions can also reopen
While social distancing guidelines are still in place, Gov. Bill Lee is allowing select businesses across the state to operate at up to full capacity.
Data released May 21 shows the unemployment rate more than quadrupled from March to April.
The number of new cases rose by 2.2% since yesterday.
The city is canceling the event in light of coronavirus concerns.
Staff from the Brentwood Parks & Recreation Department said it was time for the structure to be replaced due to its deteriorating condition.