Following an outbreak of violence at a rally for George Floyd, Metro Nashville Police are calling for people to go home.
Drivers in Tennessee may notice some lane closures in place at long-term construction projects.
Here are five recent updates from the Nashville area on businesses reopening, the path to economic recovery and more.
New reported cases have risen by less than 2% in the past 24 hours.
The Nashville-based company will open a new retail store on the same day at its factory in Inglewood.
Metro Nashville Council to accept virtual, in-person comments at June 2 public hearing on FY 2020-21 budget
Metro Nashville Council is utilizing a call-in method for public comments on Mayor John Cooper's proposed FY 2020-21 opearting budget.
All exhibitions that opened before the Frist Art Museum closed March 15 will be extended past their original closing dates.
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 company plans to close one third of its 687 total stores.
Nearly 410,000 tests have been conducted statewide as of May 27.
The annual race was originally scheduled for April 25-26.
Construction on I-440 in Nashville is set to wrap up this summer.
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Metro Nashville Public Schools will offer its summer learning program in an online-only format this year as a result of COVID-19.
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%.
With Phase II of Metro's plan to reopen now underway, take a look at how local businesses are reopening with restrictions still in place.
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.
Appointments for services can be made online.
Community centers, nature centers and other facilities have been closed since late March.
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.