Several restaurants and shops have adjusted their offerings in response to the coronavirus.
Tennessee seeing ‘positive trends’ in social distancing efforts; death and hospitalization rates could rise this week
Tennesseans are still urged to practice social distancing.
Several restaurants in Southwest Nashville have adjusted their offerings in response to the coronavirus.
In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of the most notable updates from our past week of coronavirus coverage.
The city is in need of masks for essential workers.
Residents can still go to some stores but are advised to stay at home as much as possible.
Music City Center in downtown Nashville will serve as an alternative treatment facility for COVID-19 patients.
The first state case was confirmed March 5.
Find recent Nashville-area stories regarding the ongoing coronavirus below.
The 2020 CMT Music Awards, held annually at Bridgestone Arena, will now be held in October.
The service is available to senior citizens and others who may be more vulnerable to coronavirus.
Tennessee sees 148% increase in unemployment insurance claims during week ending March 28; nationwide claims up 100%
Initial claims for unemployment insurance in Tennessee climbed to more than 94,000 last week.
As coronavirus outbreak keeps residents at home, Nashville-area gardening expert shares tips for spring season
Trying to prepare your garden for a successful season? Here are some tips on how to get started.
Davidson County is behind the nation’s average response rate for the 2020 federal census as well as the average for the state as of April 1.
Parents are advised to encourage continued learning for children but not to stress over completing academic work.
Metro Nashville Public Schools are closed through at least April 24.
Schools in Davidson County remain closed through at least April 24.
Nashville Mayor John Cooper extends 'safer-at-home' order through April 24, all nonessential businesses to remain closed
The updated order follows a similar statewide order issued March 30 by Gov. Bill Lee.
Greater Nashville theater, arts organizations call for community support while events remain canceled
Local groups have united to ask the community for support.
Coronavirus, tornado recovery and a property tax increase: Nashville Mayor John Cooper outlines city’s challenges in State of Metro address
Mayor John Cooper plans to include a property tax increase in the budget he submits to Metro Nashville Council.
The annual music festival has been canceled amid the local coronavirus outbreak.
Catch a live concert, take a virtual walk through Cheekwood: Activities in the Greater Nashville area to stream at home this week, March 30-April 4
For residents in the Greater Nashville area looking for activities and things to do while practicing social distancing, here are a few ways to enjoy local entertainment with leaving the house.
The third assessment center is scheduled to open on April 1.
Since the first case of COVID-19 was identified in Williamson County on March 5, positive cases have continued to rise throughout Tennessee.
The stay-at-home order is expected to last for at least 14 days.